The 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.
Barnes awarded LMP residency grant
Aaron Barnes, PGY-2, was awarded $2,500 from the department
for his grant application “Rapid Antibiotic Resistance Detection via
Quantitative MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry.” Working with
Patricia Ferrieri, Barnes will attempt to use MALDI- TOF mass
spectrometry for rapid identification of antibiotic resistance gene
expression to reduce the TAT from days to hours.
Hupp nominated for Resident Leadership Academy
Meghan Hupp, PGY-2, was nominated to the Cohort 3 of the
Resident Leadership Academy by Department Head Leo Furcht.
The aims of the year-long program are to teach skills relevant
to organizational leadership engage residents in institutional
goals and priorities and invest in the development of residents
who have the potential to be future leaders at the U of M.