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Overview

Our faculty and trainees hail from diverse cultures, backgrounds and communities in the New York metropolitan area, across the United States and around the world. They come together in a shared spirit of collegiality and collaboration; dedication to improving human health through the pursuit of clinical, scientific and academic excellence; and a deep commitment to the core values of inclusiveness and social justice that have been the hallmark of Montefiore and Albert Einstein College of Medicine since their inception.

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Education Training Programs

The Montefiore Einstein Department of Pathology is home to approximately 20 residents, 8 clinical fellows, 15 postdoctoral scholars, and 15 graduate students, including candidates enrolled in Einstein’s Medical Scientist Training Program.

Our clinical residents and fellows receive their training from expert pathologists representing a broad range of subspecialties. On the research side, trainees are mentored by world-class scientists.
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Our faculty members share a passion for teaching and mentoring new generations of clinical and research pathologists -- as well as physicians and physician-scientists from related disciplines -- while imbuing trainees with an understanding of pathology’s vital role in the delivery of excellent patient care and the advancement of cutting-edge medical research.

All learning takes place in environment that fosters collaboration, critical thinking, creative problem solving and the development of effective communication skills.

Dr. Angela Markham

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Charting Her Own Course: From Navy Flight Surgeon to First-Year Pathology Resident

While some of her peers in Ms. Bedoe’s biology class at Valley Christian Junior High in San Jose, CA, may have recoiled from the idea of dissecting a frog, 11-year-old Angela Markham embraced it. Now a first-year pathology resident at Montefiore Einstein, Dr. Angela Markham Baldwin credits the middle-school rite of passage with sparking her interest in medicine.

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