Emory Pathology’s residency program is at the heart of many of the Department’s clinical activities; resident training is overseen by many faculty and staff appreciative of the role of the residency in Emory’s academic mission. Among these faculty and staff, several individuals feature prominently:
Dr. Hill, or “Charlie” as he is known to the residents, is Emory Pathology’s Residency Director. Once an Emory pathology resident himself, Dr. Hill is now the Director of the Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory at Emory University Hospital.
Dr. Brat is Emory Pathology’s Co-Residency Director. As a neuropathologist, the department’s Vice Chair for Translational Programs, and a valued mentor, Dr. Brat has aided many current and former residents as they develop their careers through clinical, research, and teaching work.
Dr. Sharma is Emory Pathology’s Associate Residency Director. As a gastrointestinal pathologist and an excellent teacher, Dr. Sharma takes an active role in the shaping of Emory residents into pathologists. Her monthly SOLO games provide challenges and surprises for even the most experienced residents.
Ms. Wilson, as Emory Pathology’s Residency Coordinator, is a helping hand for residents from their recruitment onward. Many current and former residents can easily recall times when Ms. Wilson has come through in a time of need.
Ms. Mojonnier, as Emory Pathology’s Program Coordinator, is always looking out for the best interest of residents, especially when it comes to keeping residents in the good graces of the department and the institution. She is a constant resource to both applicant and trainee.
Dr. Parslow is a William Patterson Timmie Professor and Chair of the Emory Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. Though he is the head of a large and dynamic department, he is consistently available to residents at all levels of training for advice, discussion, or a quick chat.
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