Fellowship Training Programs 

Interested in further developing your career as a clinician?

As one of the most highly regarded departments of its kind, LMP offers you unique opportunities to develop your career.

We provide subspecialty training in pathology and laboratory medicine and the opportunity to advance your research in a fertile environment.

Our postgraduates have unparalleled access to a broad spectrum of case material, expert faculty, world-leading training sites, and research.

Overview of our Fellowship Training Program

Your Fellowship can last one or two years.

The program is organized and funded by the affiliated teaching hospitals including:

  • The University Health Network
  • Mount Sinai Hospital
  • Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
  • Trillium Health Partners - Credit Valley site
  • The Hospital for Sick Children
  • Ontario Forensic Pathology Service 

Your training takes place in clinical and/or research environment(s) within teaching hospital settings.

In addition to subspecialty training, you will participate in applied laboratory research projects and/or basic research. 

Fellowships available

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The below list indicates fellowships that may be available year to year. We cannot guarantee availability. 

Cytopathology and Transfusion Medicine are offered through the Areas of Focused Competence (Diploma) Program.  

  • Breast Pathology 
  • Cardiovascular Pathology 
  • Dermatopathology 
  • Endocrine Pathology 
  • Forensic Pathology 
  • Genitourinary Pathology  
  • Gynecological Pathology 
  • Gastrointestinal/Hepatopathology 
  • Head and Neck Pathology 
  • Hematological Pathology 
  • Medical Microbiology 
  • Neuropathology
  • Pediatric Pathology 
  • Pediatric Hematological Pathology 
  • Renal Pathology 
  • Soft Tissue Pathology 
  • Surgical Pathology 
  • Thoracic Pathology

The G. Raymond Chang Forensic Pathology Fellowship

The Raymond Chang Foundation is named after the late Toronto-based businessman and philanthropist who had a passion for adult education. Born in Jamaica, Mr. Chang was a proud and active member of the Caribbean-Canadian community. He was appointed to the Order of Jamaica in 2011 and as an officer of the Order of Canada in 2014.

Raymond Chang understood the relevance of forensic pathology as a truth-seeking tool for justice. His legacy lives on through the dedication of his children, Andrew Chang and Brigette Chang-Addorisio. Their generosity and shared vision have ensured a sustainable fellowship international training program at U of T.

This is the first fund anywhere that enables young physicians from the developing world to train in forensic pathology and ultimately strengthen forensic capacity in their own countries. This fellowship provides financial support to trainees whose countries may not be able to fund a year of training in Canada, particularly those from the West Indies. 

There is one place available each year. Please follow the application guidelines for fellowships to apply.

Karissa French: Forensic Pathology and the Raymond Chang Fellowship

Karissa French talks about her journey through medicine as a member of the First Nations community, the role of forensic pathology in medicine and her hopes for the future of health care in Canada.
Karissa French

Why study with us

  • Interact with expert faculty.
  • Gain access to outstanding case material. 
  • Experience our centrally-located diverse training sites. 
  • Expand your knowledge with a stunning array of research opportunities. 

How to join the program

See Fellowship application guidelines for eligibility and how to apply.

Fellowship Training committee members