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Rochester

Discussion in 'Pathology' started by joedogma, Mar 17, 2004.

  1. joedogma

    joedogma Senior Member
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    Noticed that U of R didn't fill...anybody have ANY info on this program? Anybody interview there?
     
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  3. Brian Pavlovitz

    Brian Pavlovitz give me that marrow!
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    I know that U of R had an exodus of cytopathologists over the last few years, and I believe they only have an "acting" program director? This may not be the case now, however. Dr. Bonfiglio has rejoined them as head of cytopathology, and that is a huge plus (he's very well known in the field, and is a really nice guy, too).

    Most of the pathologists that I worked for ( I was a cytotech) trained in Pathology at U of R, and they're quite wonderful. I'm afraid I don't really know too much about the Residency Program, though.
     
  4. yaah

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    I don't know much about Rochester, but I do know it was the place of work of one Dr George Hoyt Whipple, eminent pathologist and describer of "Whipple's disease." I think that's a nice legacy.
     

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