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Mast Cells and Blood Regulation, from Abraham Lab
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Dr. Cummings Presents Grand Rounds, "Greatest Mystery"
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Preparing pathologists for the future of medicine

Residency Program

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Broad and in-depth experience with exposure in multiple disciplines

Fellowships

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Training innovators in the medical community

Pathologists' Assistant Program

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Molecular and translational studies of disease in a unique clinical setting

Ph.D. Graduate Program

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State of the art clinical laboratories

Clinical Pathology

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World class diagnostic services for our patients

Anatomic Pathology

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Pushing forward the frontiers of knowledge in translational science

Research

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State of the art shared research facilities

Core Facilities + Services

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News & Information

Barisoni Appointed Chief of Renal Pathology

November 30, 2020

I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Laura Barisoni, MD , as Chief of Renal Pathology in the Department...

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Two Postdoctoral Fellows in Huang Lab Receive DOD Grants

October 26, 2020

Spencer Hauck PhD , and Lingfan Xu PhD , both postdoctoral fellows in Dr. Jiaoti Huang’s research laboratory, have...

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Wang Presents at CAPA Virtual Educational Conference

October 16, 2020

Endi Wang, MD PhD was an invited speaker at the Chinese American Pathology Association (CAPA) Annual Meeting which...

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Drs. Cardona and Bean Recognized at CAP 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting

October 13, 2020

We are pleased to announce that two of our faculty, Drs. Diana Cardona and Sarah Bean , were recently...

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The Donald B. Hackel Fellowship in Cardiovascular Pathology

October 01, 2020

Donald B. Hackel, MD , and his wife, Irene Hackel , were part of the fabric of Duke University Medical Center for...

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Upcoming Events

Pathology Grand Rounds - Career Development 101: Tips From a Long Career

Fri, December 04, 2020 12:00 PM - Fri, December 04, 2020 01:00 PM None.

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Pathology Grand Rounds

Fri, December 11, 2020 12:00 PM - Fri, December 11, 2020 01:00 PM Duke South Clinic - Room M224.

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Overview

The Department of Pathology is a critical core service in the nationally-recognized Duke Health Systems and School of Medicine, serving three hospitals, community practices, and the Durham VA Hospital.

Encompassing surgical pathology, clinical laboratories, autopsy services, research, and bio-banking, as well as educational programs, Duke Pathology is an essential and integral part of the patient care team. One of the founding departments when Duke Hospital opened in 1930, Pathology has a rich history and continues to be a part of the vibrant Duke Health community. As part of a leading national hospital, we are responsible for over 50,000 surgical pathology specimens per year, and 10 million laboratory tests. Many of our specimens are unusual and complex. This exposure, which creates experience and depth in our diverse faculty, serves our patients with the highest quality.

Duke Pathology appreciates that the diversity of our community, including staff, learners, and faculty, strengthens the department and is critical to our mission. We strive to create an inclusive and equitable environment in which each member of our community is appreciated, respected, heard, and supported.