Thomas Jefferson University


Research & Teaching Opportunities

Residents are strongly encouraged and expected to investigate clinical and/or laboratory questions. The faculty are readily available to support the and mentor research projects, and the department supports travel to national meetings at which residents presenting.  The residency program is structured to facilitate up to six months of dedicated research during the residency program in accordance with the recommendations of the American Board of Pathology.  

There are a plethora of teaching opportunities at multiple levels, ranging from intradepartmental conferences to lecturing in one of the many schools that are part of Jefferson University.

Residents, Alumni, and Attendings at ASCP 2018

Dr. Fortuna, Dr. Mollaee, Dr Gargano, Dr. Jagannathan, and Dr. Villatoro at ASCP 2018

Resident presenting at Association of Pathology Chairs
Dr. Tatiana Villatoro presenting at the Association of Pathology Chairs Meeting in 2018
Resident with poster at USCAP 2018

Dr. Jagannathan at USCAP 2018

Resident with Poster

Dr. Mollaee at ASCP 2018