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Postgraduate

We offer an extensive program of postgraduate education.

With training opportunities in the major hospitals of Toronto, such as Mount Sinai and SickKids, our postgraduates have unparalleled access to a broad spectrum of:

  • case material
  • expert faculty
  • world-leading training sites
  • research

Explore our programs in Anatomical Pathology, Hematological Pathology, Medical Microbiology, Neuropathology, and Forensic Pathology.

As the largest of its kind in Canada, our prestigious postdoctoral diploma programs will allow you to pursue a career in Clinical Chemistry or Clinical Microbiology.

Spend one or two years training in a clinical specialty at one of our affiliated hospitals.

Programs in Cytopathology and Transfusion Medicine, accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Our Clinician Scientist Training Program allows you to pursue your MSc or PhD degree within the Temerty Faculty of Medicine while training as a pathologist or laboratory medicine specialist.

We offer a variety of placement options and electives, open to all students, to give an opportunity to advance understanding of clinical and laboratory medicine.

Paula Nixon

Postgraduate Education Officer

Paula Nixon

416-978-7535

lmp.pg@utoronto.ca

Sue Balaga

Postgraduate Assistant

Sue Balaga

416-978-3128

pathology.residency@utoronto.ca

Program directors

Anatomical Pathology (Residency) Program Director: Susan Done

Neuropathology (Residency) Program Director: Andrew Gao

Hematological (Residency) Program Director: David Barth

Transfusion (AFC) Program Director: Wendy Lau

Cytopathology (AFC) Program Co-Directors: Zeina Ghorab and Joerg Schwock

Forensic (Residency) Program Director: Jayantha Herath

Clinical Biochemistry (Diploma) Program Co-Directors: Vathany Kulasingam and Paul Yip

Medical Microbiology (Residency) Program Director and Microbiology (Diploma) Program Director: Tony Mazzulli

Fellowship Program Director: David Hwang