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About the department

Mayo Clinic's Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology is one of the largest clinical laboratories in the world. It includes more than 3,000 people working in more than 50 specialty laboratories, performing a total of more than 20 million tests each year.

About the programs

Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education offers residencies and fellowships in laboratory medicine and pathology. Candidates may apply to only one program at a time.

Residency programs

Program name Length Location
Anatomic and Clinical Pathology Residency 4 years Minnesota
Clinical Medical Genetics Residency 2 years Minnesota

Fellowship programs

Program name Length Location
Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Cardiovascular Pathology Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Cellular Therapy Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Clinical Biochemical Genetics Fellowship 2 years Minnesota
Clinical Chemistry, Post-Ph.D. Fellowship 2 years Minnesota
Clinical Informatics Fellowship 2 years Minnesota
Clinical Microbiology, M.D. or Ph.D. Postgraduate Fellowship 1-2 years Minnesota
Cytopathology Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Dermatopathology Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Pathology Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Gynecologic Pathology Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Hematopathology Fellowship 1-2 years Minnesota
Laboratory Genetics and Genomics Fellowship 3 years Minnesota
Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship 1-2 years Minnesota
Multidisciplinary Breast Pathology Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Neuropathology Fellowship 2 years Minnesota
Pulmonary Pathology Fellowship 1 year

Arizona

Minnesota

Renal Pathology Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Special Coagulation Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Surgical Pathology Fellowship 1 year

Florida

Minnesota

Transfusion Medicine Fellowship 1 year Minnesota
Transplant Immunology HLA Fellowship 2 years Florida

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