residentsThe Laboratory Medicine and Pathology residency training program at the University of Minnesota Medical School is distinctive in having a nationally recognized commitment to both clinical and anatomic pathology and the structural flexibility to customize training plans for community, academic, and research careers. 

The department provides four years of combined anatomic and clinical, and three years of anatomic or clinical pathology-only, residency training to its physicians-in-training who continually make successful academic progress toward the independent practice of laboratory medicine and pathology.

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Chief Resident Gruenberg publishes

Gruenberg JM, Stein TA, Karger AB.  Determining the utility of creatinine delta checks:  A large retrospective analysis. Clin Biochem 2018 Feb 1 pii: S0009-9120(17)31254-7. Doi: 10:1016/j.clinbiochem.2018.01.023. (Epub ahead of print).

Barnes wins poster award

Aaron Barnes, PGY2 resident, won the Mass Spectrometry Applications in the Clinical Laboratory (MSACL) 2018 US Poster Award at the MSACL annual meeting.  Barnes presented his abstract, “Elucidation of a Naproxen Metabolite Interference in Total Bilirubin Testing on a Routine Chemistry Analyzer System Using LC-MS/MS” (co-authors David Schmidt and Jesse Seegmiller) in a poster lightning round session at the conference which consists of a one slide, 90 second oral presentation.  He worked on this project during his advanced chemistry rotation with Jesse Seegmiller. 

Nasir presents poster at ASH annual meeting

Aqsa Nasir, PGY-4, presented a poster (below) at the American Society
of Hematology (ASH) annual meeting in Atlanta December 11th.  
The research is a collaborative project with Dr. Sophia Yohe supported
by a Resident Grant of $2500.  Nasir and Yohe worked on this project
with Dr. Veronika Bachanova (HemeOnc faculty), Dr. Livia Hegerova
(previous HemeOnc fellow) and Ryan Shanley (Bio-statistician).
Nasir poster