Facilities and General Information

Massachusetts General Hospital

Massachusetts General Hospital, founded in 1811, is Harvard Medical School's original teaching hospital. Affiliated hospitals in the Partners HealthCare System include the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Dana Faber Cancer Institute, North Shore Medical Center, and several community hospitals. Find information on the hospital overview page.

The Mass General Pathology Department staff provides pathology services for the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Cambridge Hospital, Shriner's Hospital for Children, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, and Harvard and MIT Health Services. Learn more about Mass General Pathology

The Pathology Service

The Anatomic Pathology laboratories occupy 30,000 square feet on six floors of the Warren Building and one floor of the adjacent Blake Building. The combined Clinical Laboratories are located mainly in the contiguous Jackson and Gray Buildings. The Immunopathology and Electron Microscopy Units are located on the fifth Floor of the Warren Building. Research space includes over 40,000 square feet divided among four main facilities at Mass General, Charlestown, and Charles River Plaza.

Library Facilities

The Pathology Department's Mallory Library contains current pathology journals, such as Nature, Science, Cell, and more. A library for the use of the clinical pathology residents is adjacent to the Clinical Pathology residents' office. Both are open 24 hours a day. Treadwell Library is well equipped with a wide range of journal titles, textbooks, and bibliographic search capabilities. Treadwill Library is open until 8:00 weekday evenings, and 4:00 pm on the weekend. Harvard Medical School's Countway Library is three miles away and is one of the largest medical reference libraries.

Information Management

Anatomic Pathology uses the IMPAC PowerPath computer system for specimen and data management. The Clinical Laboratories use the Misys system. All anatomic and clinical laboratory results are available on the MGH/Partners’ Clinical Application Suite (CAS). Each resident has a personal computer at his/her desk. An additional twenty-five computers are available for the use of the residents. All computers are equipped to access PowerPath. BRS Colleague, Medline and other clinical and research information search tools are also available on these computers.

Photography and Text Slide Preparation

The Photography Unit in the Pathology Department take both gross photographs and photomicrographs. The Unit prepares projection slides and posters for conferences and lectures. In addition, the photographers teach residents these skills and are available for consultation. Residents are encouraged to photograph interesting specimens and are given copies for their own collections.

Personnel

The Pathology Service has 90 full-time M.D. and/or PhD faculty. The AP/CP program presently has 38 residents. There are fellowships in the Pathology of Women’s Cancers, Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology, Gynecologic Pathology, Cytopathology, Hematopathology, Neuropathology, Dermatopathology, Gastrointestinal Pathology, Immunopathology, Clinical Chemistry, Molecular Pathology Research, Renal Pathology and Transfusion Medicine. At least five NIH-supported laboratory research fellowship positions are available for two to three years each.

Partners Office of Resources for Trainees (P.O.R.T.)

The Partners Office of Resources for Trainees (PORT) helps to address trainee “quality of life” issues by linking trainees to various resources and offering a variety of presentations and social activities.

Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI)

The Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Diversity and Inclusion works closely with every department at Massachusetts General Hospital to advance the careers of physicians and scientists who are underrepresented in medicine ("URM"). The Center for Diversity and Inclusion also educates our workforce on cross-cultural interactions with patients and colleagues, helping to make Mass General a more inclusive and welcoming environment.

About Boston and the Region

Mass General is in Boston, Massachusetts, affording our residents access to the many amenities of Boston and New England. Information about the region can be obtained from the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium website.

2019-2020

First Year

Track

Medical School 

Baris Boyraz, MD, PhD

AP/CP

Hacettepe University

Bianca Christensen, MD

AP/CP

University of Nebraska

Tasos Gogakos, MD, PhD

CP

Weill Cornell Medical College

Leif Helland, MD

AP/CP

William Beaumont School of Medicine

Caroline Hilburn, MD

AP/CP

Tufts University School of Medicine

Michael Marshall, MD, PhD

AP/NP

University of Illinois College of Medicine

Jakob Moran, MD

AP/CP

Albany Medical College

William Rothwell, MD, PhD

CP

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Jon Stefely, MD, PhD

CP

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine

Second Year

Track

Medical School

 Wilfredo Garcia Beltran, MD, PhD

CP

Harvard Medical School

Cynthia Harris, MD

AP

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Bailey Hutchison, MD

AP/CP

Medical College of Wisconsin


Tyler Miller, MD, PhD

CP

Case Western Reserve School of Medicine

Sarah Mueller, MD, PhD

AP/CP

Duke University School of Medicine

Daniel Shepherd, MD, PhD

AP

Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine

Cameron Smith, MD, PhD

AP/CP

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Elisabeth Tabb, MD

AP/CP

Wright State University

Third Year

Track

Medical School

Kristine Albin, MD

AP/CP

Drexel University

Michael Astudillo, MD

AP/CP

Yale University

Megan Fitzpatrick, MD

AP/CP

University of Minnesota

Grace Mahowald, MD, PhD

CP

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Fourth Year

Track

Medical School

Leonardo Boiocchi,MD

AP/HP

University of Milan

Diane Brackett,MD

AP/CP

University of Central Florida

Andrew Crabbe,MD, PhD

AP/CP

University of Pennsylvania

Melissa Krystel-Whittemore,MD

AP/CP

 University of Kansas

 Elena Maryamchik,MD

AP/CP

University of Miami

Julian Villalba-Nunez, MD

AP/CP

Universidad Central De Venezuela

Nida Safdar, MD

AP/CP

Vanderbilt University

Mingjuan Lisa Zhang,MD

AP/CP


Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Fellows

Melis Anahtar, MD, PhD

Microbiology

Samantha Champion, MD

Neuropathology

Rory Crotty, MB BCh

Hematopathology

Ying-Hsia Chu, MD

Selective Pathology


Amin Heidarian, MD

Cytopathology

Richard Huang, MD


Clinical Informatics Fellow

 Lucas Massoth, MD

Hematopathology

Sam Sadigh, MD

Hematopathology

Zehra Sahin Ordulu, MD

Selective Pathology

Wesley Samore, MD

Neuropathology

Anna Stagner, MD

 Dermatopathology

Tong Sun, MD, PhD

Cytopathology

Kristen Tomaszewski, MD

Selective Pathology

Aida Valencia-Guerrero, MD


Selective Pathology

Graduate Assistants

Israa Laklouk, MD

Head & Neck Pathology

Haihui Liao, MD, PhD

Gastrointestinal Pathology

 

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