Residency & Fellowships
residents participate in a four-year residency program. We currently
offer four fellowship programs, each program admits one fellow annually.
anatomic and clinical pathology training programs are integrated,
emphasizing the unified nature of the information developed and
interpreted by pathologists. Much of this effort is focused on the care
of individual patients.
are available for residents to participate in the department's
research programs, which address problems of contemporary interest and
Additionally, residents are actively
engaged in the department's teaching programs. Indeed, a tradition of
excellence in teaching at all levels is a cornerstone of the
Visit the Graduate Medical Education programs,
listed to the right, at The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University
of Vermont / The University of Vermont Medical Center to learn more
about the programs and how to apply.
P&LM residents continue to obtain outstanding fellowships
We recognize and appreciate the role of our department’s faculty and staff in the education of our trainees and the privilege of being a part of each resident’s educational journey. Congratulations to all!
Kayla Elliott, MD: Gastrointestinal/Liver Pathology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Will Humphrey, MD: Neuropathology, Mayo Clinic
Tom Koster, DO: Forensic Pathology, Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner
Bri Waller, MD: Hematopathology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Two PGY4s have also obtained 2nd fellowships in addition to their primary fellowships announced last year
Liam Donnelly, MD: Molecular Pathology, Memorial Sloan Kettering (following Hematopathology Fellowship at MSK)
Nicole Mendelson, MD: Surgical Pathology, Mayo Clinic (following Gastrointestinal/Liver Pathology Fellowship at Weill Cornell)