Pathologists are medical professionals who specialize in the study, diagnosis and treatment of human diseases touching virtually all the branches of internal medicine. Pathologists who work on human diseases can further specialize in treating children as pediatric pathologists or old folks as gerontological pathologists. They can also specialize as veterinary pathologists to treat animal diseases. They can also be found in research and laboratories of pharmaceutical companies or work in crime labs as forensic pathologists.
Pathologist CV Format
Dr. Helen K. Peters, PhD.
Foothill Dr., Salt Lake, Utah
Phone: (801) 788-9223
To work as a clinical pathologist for a large state or private medical institution
1999 – Present: Pathologist, Primary Children’s Medical Center, Salt Lake City
- Observe regular work hours for conducting diagnostics and post office hours for visiting and monitoring condition of patients confined in the hospital.
- Work closely with parents to ascertain cause and nature of their child’s ailment, prescribing confinement and observation of diseases with ambivalent symptoms
- Conduct biopsy and body fluid extraction for laboratory assays to confirm suspected disease.
- Conduct further tests and evaluation of patients referred by oncologists to confirm initial tumorous cell growth as cancer
- Review ontological tests submitted by 3rd party pathologists and other medical doctors for second opinion.
Skills and Qualification
- Passed the State Board requirements to practice medicine in the state Utah
- Passed the US Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE)
- 18 years of medical experience specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases
1991 – 1992: Internship with specialization at the Stanford Medical Center
1987 – 1991: College of Medicine, Stanford University
1984 – 1987: BS Biology, Stanford University
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request