Leadership


Emory’s Pathology residency program is at the heart of the Department’s clinical activities; resident training is coordinated by an excellent team dedicated Emory’s academic mission.

Charles Hill, MD, PhD

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 also the Director of the Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory at Emory University Hospital.

Daniel Brat, MD, PhD

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.

Stewart Neill, MD

Dr. Neill is also Emory Pathology’s Co-Residency Director. Dr. Neill is a former trainee at Emory and now practices neuropathology and general surgical pathology. As an Atlanta native and recent graduate of the program, Dr. Neill is a great resource for any type of advice and loves teaching.

Marina Mosunjac, MD

Dr. Marina Mosunjac is also Emory Pathology’s CoResidency Director. Dr. Mosunjac practices general surgical pathology and cytopathology at Grady. She loves teaching and is a strong advocate for resident education.

Lynn Hansen

Ms. Hansen is Emory Pathology’s Residency Coordinator. With a quick wit and warm smile, she is dedicated to guiding students through the interview process through a successful transition to resident life and beyond.

Tristram G. Parslow, MD, PhD

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.