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.
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|| Payu Raval, Chief Resident
Multiple posters and platforms were presented at the annual ASDP and CAP meetings in Chicago by NorthShore residents and faculty. Dr. Ansa Mehreen (a 2023 graduate) and her faculty mentor Dr. Lan won second place in the CAP resident abstract competition.
Dr. Linda Ernst recieved the Benirschke Perinatal Pathology Award at the 2023 Society for Pediatric Pathology meeting.
Congratulations to our residents on their fellowships!
- Robert Toelke, Transfusion Medicine, University of Cincinnati (2024-25)
- Josh Wodskow, Hematopathology, Case Western Reserve University (2024-25)
- Payu Raval, Breast Pathology, MD Anderson Cancer Center (2025-26)
- Omar Abdelsadek, Breast Pathology, Mayo Clinic (2025-26)
- Kritika Prasai, Gynecolgic and Breast Pathology, Washington University (2025-26)
NorthShore Pathology Grand Rounds Schedule for 2023-2024
July: Dr. Claudia Vanea (Modelling the Placenta from the Bottom-Up: Digital Phenotyping of Human Placenta Histology from Cells to Tissues to Organ)
August: Academic Day with Keynote Speaker Dr. Larry Jennings (Translating Epigenetics into Clinical Practice)
September: Dr. Marissa White (Empowering change: Effective strategies to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in pathology)
October: Dr. Aparna Mahajan (Embracing the Imperfect: Uncovering, Preventing, and Recovering from Errors)
November: Dr. Matthew Oberly (Digital Pathology)
December-January: Holiday Break
February: Dr. Kathleen Beavis (American Board of Pathology)
March: Dr. Jennifer Baccon (Leadership in Pathology)
April: Dr. Ian Frayling (Genetics)
May: Dr. Joseph Rabban (Practical Update on Endometrial Cancer Classification, Staging and Reporting in the Molecular Era)
The 2023 Chicago Pathology Society Trainee Research awardees include NorthShore residents Dr. Adesola Akinyemi (First Place) and Dr. Payu Raval (Third Place). Congratulations to Desola, Payu as well as thier faculty mentors, Dr. Groth and Dr. Ernst!
NorthShore's PGY2 and PGY3 residents will present at Illinois Registry of Anatomic Pathology (IRAP) in November 2023