psycho-Path

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can you do a hemathopathology fellowship with AP only? Do people who want to do heme and are CP only have any disadvantage compared to AP/CP or will they have the same chance getting a job as hematopathologist? The threads on this forum strongly imply that CP only is for MD/PhDs who want a research career.

If CP only is so great for research-oriented folks why does Brigham and JHU have bigger AP only programs??? Do any of the people who trained at these institutions go into hemepath? What are the best heme fellowships?

any comments are appreciated. :confused:
 

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Hemepath is a bi-fellowship. You can be a man's man (AP only) and do it, or you can be a girly-man (CP only) and do it.

There are a lot more AP jobs, that's why there are more AP onlies. Don't read so much in to stuff.
 
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Thanks for the very helpfule suggestions. I got the sense that in some programs heme is strongly CP-based and you only get to do it in the first year if you AP only. It is good to hear that other places are open for AP only applicants.
If you consider heme fellowship with AP only what electives would you suggest? Flow? Personally I don't see how chem rotations and other things in CP are necessary for heme.
 
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