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Johns Hopkins University Pathology

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Our residents are eligible to participate in an American Board of Pathology (ABP) Physician-Scientist track with full salary support for a dedicated research year.
Here is a summary an overview of these pathwaysthe curriculum:
<u>Anatomic Pathology (AP)</u>
Neuropathology residents participating in the physician-scientist pathway will complete 24 months of structured AP training; 21 months of specialty training in neuropathology; and 15 months of research.
For research training, residents can work with faculty in any part of Johns Hopkins, from basic science departments including Biological Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology and Genetics, and Neuroscience to translational laboratories within Pathology, Oncology, or the School of Public Health.We encourage residents and fellows to think creatively and across disciplines in one of the most expert and collaborative institutions in the world.
With the Department, we offer didactics and one-on-one coaching for residents and fellows developing an academic research program. Numerous trainees in our program have received NIH K08 awards and other nationally competitive career development awards as they transition to independent faculty, including grants from Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and Burroughs Wellcome Fund. Many have remained in our Department as faculty.
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