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VCU Department of Pathology offers ACGME-accredited residency training in Anatomic, Clinical, or combined Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. In addition, fellowship training is offered in six specialties.Learn more about our residency and fellowship programs
Application of Molecular Techniques in the Clinical Laboratory
The Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory offers a two-week Molecular Pathology Practicum once every month at their clinical diagnostics laboratory on the MCV Campus of Virginia Commonwealth University; teaching knowledge and skills.
Our research and administration space (23,000 nsf) recently undergone a state-of-the-art renovation. Currently, our department has 10 principal investigators involved in basic/translational research.
Atfi Lab - Molecular mechanisms of cancer and cancer-associated cachexia
Bos Lab - Tumor promoting mechanisms by regulatory T (Treg) cells
Clevenger Lab - Role of the prolactin receptor signaling in breast cancer pathogenesis
Gerszten Lab - Paleopathology
Harrell Lab - Identification of genetic mediators of breast cancer liver metastasis, METAvivor
Jackson-Cook Lab - Genetic/Epigenetic factors contributing to chromosomal instability
Koblinski Lab - Role of syndecans in breast cancer metastasis to the brain
Oh Lab - IGFBP-3/IGFBP-3R axis in human cancer and the pathophysiology of the IGFBP-related proteins
Radhakrishnan Lab - Understanding and targeting protein degradation pathways in cancer
Sirica Lab - Altered Growth Factor Pathways in Biliary CancerLearn more about our research laboratories