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History

The current pathology training program at UTHSC in Memphis was formed as a result of the merger of 3 training programs affiliated with the University of Tennessee, Methodist Hospital, and Baptist Hospital in the early 1980s.

This single training program is affiliated with several institutions including Methodist University Hospital and Baptist Memorial Hospital as well as the VA Medical Center, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and American Esoteric Laboratories. These affiliations make our program one of the largest training programs by volume and offer a wide variety of cases in anatomic and clinical pathology.

Currently, Dr. Amin serves as Program Chair, with a committee of anatomic and clinical pathologists working together to help run the educational aspects of the program.

Department of Pathology Research Principal Investigator Receives Recognition from Office of Research Safety

Please join the Office of Research Safety in congratulating Dr. Lawrence Pfeffer and his staff in receiving the “Most Outstanding Annual Laboratory Safety Inspection” for 2018 in the Department of Pathology Research. The Office of Research Safety conducts annual laboratory safety inspections, as required by numerous regulators, of each Principal Investigator in each department to verify that the PI and their staff are in compliance with various federal, state and UT Policies (1.e. OSHA, EPA, DOT, NRC, NIH, training and etc.). Read More

Dr. Mahul Amin Leads International Effort as Editor of the Premier Manual on Staging Cancer

Dr. Mahul Amin imageDr. Mahul Amin, chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UTHSC, is the editor of the new edition of the American Joint Committee on Cancer Staging Manual, which outlines the rationale and rules for staging; the definitions of tumor, lymph node involvement and metastasis; stage groupings and histologic grade. Read More

Last Published: Jul 2, 2020