Welcome from the Residency Program Director
As the "doctor's doctor," pathologists are responsible for providing life-changing information to patients and other doctors. Accurate pathology decision making is critical to appropriate patient care.
At KU, we seek to provide excellent patient care by producing the best community, research and academic pathologists possible through our integrated four-year training program in anatomic and clinical pathology. Our program has been graduating successful pathologists for over 50 years, and in this era of personalized medicine and ever growing knowledge, we believe it is a great time to be a pathologist. We seek hard-working individuals with good communication skills and a strong team first mentality. Our top priority is your success, regardless of whether you opt for a career in community practice or academic medicine. Our program has a strong commitment to teaching and patient care, and offers exposure to a wide variety of common and uncommon cases from which to learn. Please explore the other areas of our website to find out more about our curriculum, residents and excellent faculty.
Katie L. Dennis, MD, Director, Pathology Residency Program
|Katie L. Dennis, MD
Associate Professor of Pathology
|Sharad Mathur, MD
Professor of Pathology
Associate Director, Pathology
Jamie Porter, MD
A Note from our Chief Residents
Dear Prospective Residents,
Thank you for considering the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC), Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine's AP/CP residency program for your post-medical school training.
At KUMC, pathology residents are provided with the resources and opportunities necessary to succeed. Pathology clinical faculty who support residents are outstandingly skilled within their various pathology subspecialties and provide critical insight into the fields of both private practice and academic medicine.
Resident progress is carefully monitored to ensure that no resident is left behind and that your four years of training are optimally productive. Additionally, department leadership willingly support residents by striving for constant program improvement. Resident input has resulted in progressive curriculum changes including increased staffing support and state-of-the-art national software subscription.
Again, thank you for your interest in our program, and best wishes with Match day!
|Karsten Evans, MD and Shane Weindel, MD
Chief Residents, 2019-2020