Prospective trainees must have:
Please note there are multiple pathways towards forensic pathology fellowship.
There are three pathways to forensic pathology practice:
Acceptance into advanced training follows being accepted into a training spot at an accredited hospital, then receiving approval with the college. Please see ‘General Pathology’ for entrance into training criteria.
The program structure is dependent on which pathway the trainee is under, but generally includes training time in accredited departments of anatomical pathology and forensic pathology.
Training should also include non-coronial autopsies (as available), a wide range of biopsy examinations and reporting and broad laboratory management.
Post-Fellowship Diploma in Forensic Pathology (Dip For Path)
Requires at least twenty-four months full-time forensic pathology training in an accredited facility (may be shortened to 18 months for Fellows with extensive prior documented autopsy experience).
Further information can be found here.
Part I examination: $3120.00
Part II examination: $3120.00
Anatomical pathology: $1700.00
PGY Intake Year (earliest)
Training Duration (minimum)