Pathologists' assistants (PAs) are highly trained health professionals who carry out their duties under the direction and supervision of a pathologist to make laboratories more efficient and cost effective. PAs prepare, examine and dissect anatomic specimens to help pathologists make clinical diagnoses. Typically, PAs work with surgical and/or autopsy pathology and help with administrative duties, such as training and preparing for pathology conferences.
Master's Degree, License, Certification
$40,069/year or $19.19/hour
Loma Linda University
National: American Association of Pathologists’ Assistants
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