PROGRAM PROFILE

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University of Saskatchewan - General Pathology - Saskatoon

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Program Director

Dr. Janine Benoit

CONTACT

Program Director

Debbie Quirion

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HIGHLIGHTS

General Pathology is a broad based specialty that bridges clinical and laboratory medicine, incorporating aspects of both anatomic pathology and clinical pathology. The University of Saskatchewan offers a residency training program in General Pathology, and currently boasts eleven residents. The General Pathology Residency training program aspires to educate, support, and mentor residents that are capable, confident, and competent laboratory physicians with the skills to handle the wide variety of challenges posed in General Pathology practice.


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GENERAL INFORMATION

Surrounded by endless fields of shimmering wheat, today’s Saskatoon is a pocket of Saskatchewan's culture, vitality, and welcoming prairie spirit. These days, city streets are buzzing with an infusion of new restaurants and citizens, breweries and bars, making Saskatoon one of Canada’s fastest growing cities. Downtown has grown from a pretty lazy place most evenings to a place where you can’t find a parking spot, streets bustling with shoppers and foodies. With the South Saskatchewan flowing through the middle of town, river life is integral to the heart of the city. Almost half of the city is on each side of the river, so crossing east and west over the bridges, seeing the river, and walking the riverbank, Meewasin, trails all are part of daily life here.


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