The Center of Comparative Medicine and Pathology (CCMP) provides postgraduate training in laboratory animal medicine and science, veterinary anatomic pathology, and comparative and genomic pathology. Depending on the program, training takes place at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the Animal Medical Center, The Rockefeller University, and/or Weill Cornell Medical College. The CCMP has three principal training programs: the Tri-Institutional Training Program in Laboratory Animal Medicine and Science, the Quad-Institutional Veterinary Anatomic Pathology Residency, and the Fellowship in Comparative and Genomic Pathology.
- Tri-Institutional Training Program in Laboratory Animal Medicine & Science
The Training Program in Laboratory Animal Medicine and Science is dedicated to providing qualified veterinarians with the knowledge and technical skills necessary to develop a successful career in laboratory animal medicine and science in an academic or industrial setting.
- Fellowship in Comparative & Genomic Pathology
The Laboratory of Comparative Pathology offers fellowship opportunities to qualified veterinarians and physicians who have completed at least two years of postgraduate training in anatomic pathology. The one-year fellowship provides subspecialty training in laboratory animal, comparative, and genomic pathology to veterinarians and physicians seeking to advance their knowledge in these disciplines.
- Veterinary Student Externship in Laboratory Animal Medicine & Pathology
The Laboratory Animal Medicine and Pathology Externship is designed to provide qualified veterinary students a broad overview of laboratory animal medicine, as well as of the Tri-Institutional residency and research programs.