Founded in 1875, St. Christopher's Hospital for Children is a major provider of pediatric tertiary care to children from Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, the fourth largest urban community in the U.S. The program is designed to provide the pathologist-in-training with the skills required to practice pediatric pathology in an academic or private setting.
The program is centered at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, a private, tertiary care pediatric hospital that is the pediatric teaching hospital for the Drexel University College of Medicine.
The strengths of the program include electron microscopy, nephropathology, transplantation pathology (kidney, liver), neuropathology, tumor pathology, congenital heart disease, cytogenetics, molecular diagnostics, virology, bacteriology, chemistry, hematology and transfusion medicine. Staff members belong to the faculty of Drexel University College of Medicine. Residents from Drexel University College of Medicine and Temple University rotate through St Christopher's and are under the supervision of the chosen applicant who will be assuming the role of chief resident.
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Requirements: MD degree, eligibility for Pennsylvania State licensure, passed USMLE I, II and III, and at least two years of American Board-approved training in Anatomic Pathology. An interview is required. Fellowship training starts on July 1.
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Judy Pascasio, MD
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine,
St Christopher's Hospital for Children
160 East Erie Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19134
Nov 30, 2020