The Pathology Residency Program at NorthShore offers a well-rounded program with thorough training in anatomic and clinical pathology. We pride ourselves on promoting a friendly environment conducive to learning. Our abundance of interesting surgical cases, accessible faculty members with “open-door” policies, and plentiful resources for translational and basic research are a few of the many reasons to train here. The department is conveniently centralized in one location, and residents are provided individual office space with personal computers and microscopes to optimize the education experience. Additionally, trainees have opportunities to attend national meetings.
For a more in depth look into our program, please watch our video and view our twitter profile.
Congratulations to our residents on their fellowships!
- Aibek Akmatbekov, Hematopathology, University of Chicago (2023-24)
- Adesola Akinyemi, Cytology, Northwell Health (2023-24) and Oncologic Surgical Pathology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (2024-25)
- Ansa Mehreen, Surgical Pathology, Vanderbilt University (2023-24)
- Robert Toelke, Transfusion Medicine, University of Cincinnati (2024-25)
- Josh Wodskow, Hematopathology, Case Western Reserve University (2024-25)
NorthShore Pathology Grand Rounds Schedule for 2022-2023
July: Dr. Juan C. Santa Rosario (Digital Pathology & AI)
August: Dr. Alice Briones (Forensic Pathology in the Military)
September: Dr. Nicole Cipriani (Follicular Patterned Thyroid Neoplasms)
October: Dr. Jiaqi Shi (COMPASS-like Complex Gene-mutated Pancreatic Carcinoma)
November: Dr. Gabrielle Baker (Breast Pathology)
December: Holiday Break
January: Dr. Whitney You (Physician Burnout and Peer Support)
February: Dr. Brigitte Ronnett (Gynecologic Pathology)
March: Dr. Kristine M. Wylie (Virology and Sequencing)
NorthShore's PGY2 and PGY3 residents did great presentations of complex cases at Illinois Registry of Anatomic Pathology (IRAP) on October 24, 2022