The Pathology Residency Program at Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai West in affiliation with The Mount Sinai Hospital and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai offers a concentrated program, which provides training in clinically oriented diagnostic anatomic and clinical pathology.
Our mission is to build the future of pathology through education, experience, and scholarship. We strive to inspire excellent anatomic and clinical pathologists through experiential learning, didactics, mentorship, and scholarship in preparation for future endeavors and challenges of the real-world medical field.
All of our attending staff are faculty members of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Our residents have access to many of the facilities there. The department interacts closely with clinical departments through a variety of inter-departmental conferences and rounds. Our curriculum is oriented toward integrated human pathology, with the faculty working as a closely-knit group of general pathologists, each with a special field of expertise. The core curriculum consists of supervised training with emphasis on increasing resident responsibility in autopsy and surgical pathology, cytology, hematopathology, clinical chemistry, serology, microbiology and blood banking/transfusion medicine. Specialized training is offered in molecular pathology, dermatopathology, neuropathology, medical renal pathology, therapeutic apheresis and hematopoietic stem cell collection, laboratory management, and computer applications.
As a resident, you receive certain contractual benefits, including:
- A salary. View the Salary Scale
- Medical education allowance of $500 per year
- Step 3 Reimbursement: We reimburse categorical residents who successfully pass Step 3 within their first 18 months of training for the exam fee
- Meals: $500 to $1,250 per year, depending on department
- Chief Resident Differential: $3,000 for full-time chiefs
- Resident/Professional Staff Housing: Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai West maintain two apartment buildings in midtown Manhattan. We have studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments, with housing assignments based on apartment availability and employee family size. Please apply online by April 19 prior to beginning the program.
How to Apply
Interested candidates may apply to the program through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), beginning in early September and preferably prior to December 31 of the application year. We offer interviews to selected candidates.
We offer ACGME accredited positions. We give special consideration to international medical graduates (IMGs), and we may sponsor visas (J-1 or H-1B). IMGs should have graduated medical school within the past 10 years and have a valid Educational Commission For Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certificate. We look for United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) scores (Step 1 and 2) greater than 194. Passing USMLE Step 3 and experience or prior training in pathology, whether in United States or abroad, is helpful; we also consider applicants with experience in other clinical specialties.
We also provide opportunities for one month observerships, pending availability. Learn more about our observership positions.
Our faculty members have contributed to a variety of well-regarded pathology textbooks including: