Research & Academic Pathology Trainees
Tips for Academic Pathology Trainees (APT)
Tips for academic pathology trainees, doctors considering histopathology and medical students
Histopathology used to be one of the academic titans of the medical specialties but it’s experienced a recent seismic change; numbers of academic pathology trainees are now at a record low.
A lack of critical mass. Fewer trainees are going into academia. Of those who do, most are working in isolation, becoming disillusioned and disheartened at the inefficiency of having to ‘learn the hard way’.
This website is a collection of academic resources and ‘tips and tricks’ so that regardless of where you work or what stage you’re at, you needn’t struggle alone any longer.
We would like to thank the Pathological Society of Great Britain & Ireland which has generously funded the creation of this website through its Open Grant Scheme. We would also like to thank everyone who has contributed to this website for their ideas, support and enthusiasm.
This website has been created with the best of intentions. Content represents individual thoughts and opinions. The Authors and Contributors, the Pathological Society of Great Britain & Ireland, and the University of Leeds are not liable for any errors, omissions or inaccuracies and do not take responsibility for how content is interpreted or used.
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