Welcome to the Department of Pathology at Stony Brook Medicine. This website highlights our achievements in medical education, basic and translational research, and diagnostic service. These pages also include important information related to our Residency and Fellowship training programs in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology.

Members of our department serve as regional and national authorities in clinical and anatomic pathology, as innovators in graduate student, medical student, and resident education, and as national and international authorities in both basic and translational research. The department is both a basic science and clinical department and provides comprehensive service in all aspects of laboratory medicine, as well as in surgical pathology and cytopathology. Our dynamic faculty members are bridging the gap from bench to bedside research with the goal of improving the effectiveness of clinical diagnosis and patient care for the citizens of New York and the broader community. The department has recently embarked on a period of expansion which includes enhancement of our physical facilities, the acquisition of state of the art technology, the implementation of new initiatives in undergraduate and graduate education, and the development of new programs in clinical service and in research: Department of Pathology's Internal Review 360°
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The goal of the Stony Brook Medicine Department of Pathology Residency Training Program is to provide an excellent educational experience such that program graduates possess the knowledge, skill and attitude for the successful independent practice of pathology and for the life-long pursuit of learning. Our program provides comprehensive training in anatomic pathology (AP) and clinical pathology (CP), combined or individually, as well as in research and education.
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Stony Brook enters licensing agreement with OncoGenesis for use of cancer biomarker. Read More

Amy Kretz named Stony Brook University Hospital Employee of the Month. Read More

News Medical: "Keratin 17 protein plays crucial role in degrading key tumor suppressor protein." Read More

Keratin 17 Promotes Cancer Growth and Chemotherapy Resistance. Read More

Dr. Adela Cimic: Clinical Faculty Recruit. Read More

Laura Birney and Kathleen DaSilva recognized for their work with Pathology Resident, Dr. Sharon Secola, in the development of a safety culture. Read More