Department of Pathology, UMMS-Baystate
759 Chestnut Street
Springfield, MA 01199
UMass Medical School-Worcester
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Baystate Medical Center Pathology academic per capita productivity outpaces many better-known departments. Baystate Pathology is all-inclusive with both anatomic and clinical pathology, to include molecular pathology, cytogenetics, electron microscopy, and immunohistochemistry. All of our board certified pathologists continue their diagnostic skills, enhanced by their diverse subspecialty qualifications, with state-of-the-art technologies deliver the highest quality diagnostic services available. Our faculty credentials include board certifications Clinical Pathology (15) and Anatomic Pathology (19) and subspecialty board certification in:
- Pediatric & Perinatal Pathology
- Transfusion Medicine
- Clinical Chemistry
- Clinical Microbiology
- Clinical Genetics
- Clinical Cytogenetics
- Molecular Genetics
Our faculty's average age is 10 years younger than the average US pathologist, and they take pride in being aggressive and entrepreneurial. They have trained at world-class institutions, such as Harvard, Yale, Johns Hopkins, Mayo Clinic, Duke, Stanford, amd the University of Pennsylvania, and share a commitment to our academic mission, while applying cutting-edge diagnostic technology and clinical care for the benefit of both the patients and physicians of Western Massachusetts.
View recent Department of Pathology publications in the Scholarly Commons database.
Our faculty will be transitioning their primary academic appointments to the University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate and will retain their Tufts University School of Medicine affiliations as adjunct faculty.