Welcome from Department Chair

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Thank you for your interest in the Department of Pathology, Saint Carole A. Vogler, M.D.Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri.

The Department of Pathology at Saint Louis University School of Medicine actively integrates research into the mechanisms of diseases at the genetic, molecular, and cellular levels with clinical activities. While ensuring an increasing understanding of human diseases, this provides the foundation for further developments in diagnosis and therapy. To support these fundamental activities, the Department of Pathology provides extensive research and training opportunities to graduate students and medical trainees.

For further information, feel free to contact me by e-mail at path@slu.edu.

Carole A. Vogler, M.D.
Chair, Department of Pathology

 

 

SLU Pathology Labs Receive Re-Accreditation

Laboratories operated by the pathology department at Saint Louis University School of Medicine recently were re-accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP), an independent medical society.
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Resident's Conference Calendar

This monthly calendar lists the main conferences the residents attend throughout the month. There are, of course, many other conferences the residents attend but they are specific to the rotation the resident is on for the month or to the institution the resident is rotating at and those conferences are not listed on this calendar.

Room/Building Legend:
PR = Pinkerton Room, 4th Floor-Desloge Tower-North—in the Anatomic Pathology area
MHS = Multi-headed Scope, 4th Floor-Desloge Tower-South—in the Clinical Pathology area
WP = West Pavilion Building
LRC = Learning Resources Center Building
DRB = Doisy Research Building
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Topics in Pathology Lecture Series

The Topics in Pathology Lecture Series is designed to meet the continuing education needs of the faculty of the Pathology Department as well as to teach residents and medical students working in Pathology. The weekly lecture focuses on research topics or a review of the literature on interesting clinical or experimental pathology topics. Residents actively participate in this conference as do faculty. The conference allows extensive resident and faculty interaction and discussion.