Cedars-Sinai Pathology PSTP
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Residency Training Programs’ strengths are based on a combination of superb patient care material, faculty subspecialization with strength in anatomic and clinical pathology, sophisticated research programs, and the most advanced instrumentation. The Department runs a centralized service providing total laboratory support to the hospital and has a robust outreach program in anatomic and clinical pathology. Residents participate in all areas of pathology including autopsy and surgical pathology, immunohistochemistry, EM, cytopathology, forensic pathology, clinical chemistry, toxicology, molecular pathology, cytogenetics/HLA, hematology, transfusion medicine, clinical immunology, and all aspects of microbiology and computerized laboratory management.
|Cedars-Sinai Medical Center|
|Director||Kenneth E. Bernstein, M.D|
|Location||Los Angeles, California, United States of America|
|Website||CSMS Pathology PTSP|
The Pathology Physician-Scientist Training Program (PSTP) is designed for the MD-PhD or MD graduate who has achieved significant accomplishment in research and demonstrated commitment to pursuing a career combining the clinical practice of pathology with basic or translational science investigation. The Pathology Physician-Scientist Training Program (PSTP) is directed by Kenneth E. Bernstein, M.D and the Pathology Residency Program is directed by Sumire Kitahara, M.D. and Kevin Waters, MD, PhD.
Applications should be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) by selecting the Pathology Physician-Scientist Training Program at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Residents will be accepted into the program via the Pathology PSTP-specific NRMP number.
Within the program’s first three years, trainees will complete the American Board of Pathology (ABP) eligibility requirements for Anatomic Pathology-only or Clinical Pathology-only board certification. Up to six months of research is permitted during this time, with some flexibility in the scheduling of the clinical training and research elements. Trainees take the primary certification examination in the spring of the third year of clinical training as soon as ABP training requirements are completed. This will be followed by two years of research and one year of subspecialty fellowship training. Trainees also apply for membership in the Clinical Scholars Program. During the research years, trainees participate in activities related to their subspecialty interest, including weekly conferences and meetings
- PTSP Director: Kenneth E. Bernstein, M.D, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Residency Director: Sumire Kitahara, M.D., email@example.com
- Resiency Director: Kevin Waters, MD, PhD, [mailto;firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com]
- Program Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Program Website: CSMS Pathology PTSP
- Telephone: 310-423-7562