Clinical Pathology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has an abundance of excellent material, with over 5 million laboratory tests including 1100 bone marrows and 300 lymphoma specimens annually. The Clinical Pathology rotations provide intensive experience in all subspecialty areas, with concentrated time during the second year. The curriculum focuses on the role of the pathologist as a clinical consultant, with residents making rounds, examining patients, and performing procedures, such as bone marrow biopsies and therapeutic apheresis. Molecular pathology and cytogenetics are coordinated with Medical Genetics. Laboratory management and informatics are included in the core rotations. The faculty includes specialists in all areas of clinical pathology.