Pathology at Johns Hopkins

The Department of Pathology at Johns Hopkins is preeminent nationally and globally in the study and treatment of human disease and in professional training in all areas of pathology and laboratory science. Currently, there are over 1400 people in the department, which includes approximately 120 full-time faculty, 36 residents, 45 graduate students, over 100 fellows, and 1000 staff members.

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Johns Hopkins Pathology Takes Center Stage:

Johns Hopkins Pathology has been the number one NIH funded pathology department for 11 of the past 12 years.

Our research interests span a broad area— we highlighted a few research discoveries.

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Hopkins Pathology Residency Ranked #1

July 22, 2019

Doximity just came out with its new 2019-2020 year rankings of residency training programs, and Hopkins Pathology is ranked #1 for the second year in a row. While such rankings reflect the popularity of a program more than a substantive review, we are gratified to see our program recognized by our peers, and we are profoundly proud of the quality and achievements of our residents.

Congratulations, Alisha Ware!

July 22, 2019

Alisha Ware
Our 4th year resident Alisha Ware was awarded the "2019 APC Inspiration Award" at the 52nd annual meeting of the Association of Pathology Chairs in Boston, MA. Alisha gave a platform and a poster presentation entitled, "The 'Race' Towards Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in Pathology: The Johns Hopkins Experience." This team effort hopes to increase diversity in pathology at the resident and faculty levels. Congratulations Alisha!

New iPad App On Thyroid Pathology

July 22, 2019

Thyroid Pathology iPad App
We just released our latest iPAD App - it is a beautifully illustrated application (APP) for the iPAD.

The Johns Hopkins Atlas of Thyroid Pathology is the sixth teaching app in our series from the Johns Hopkins University Department of Pathology. This app is designed to teach residents, fellows, and practicing pathologists the assessment of thyroid fine needle aspiration specimens with histologic correlation. The APP includes numerous examples of common entities, such that viewers can experience the variety of morphologies associated with each entity, as well as rare entities... read more »

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