Dr. Jon Bush completed undergraduate, medical school, and residency in anatomical pathology in Manitoba before moving to Chicago and Northwestern University/Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago for a one year clinical fellowship in pediatric pathology (while attending a few Cubs baseball games). Dr. Bush is yet to develop a core research interest but has worked on projects ranging from transplant and GI pathology, soft tissue/bone tumors, and infectious disease histopathology. His clinical interests are wide but he particularly enjoys medical-biopsy and transplant pathology and has a “soft” spot for soft tissue tumors. Another area of clinical interest is perinatal/placental pathology and cardiovascular/respiratory pathology, stemming from his training in Chicago.
- B.Sc. (Hons) – Brandon University, Brandon Manitoba Canada, 2005
- MD – University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Manitoba Canada, 2009
- B.Sc. (Med) – University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Manitoba Canada, 2009
- FRCPC – Anatomical Pathology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Manitoba Canada, 2014
- Pediatric Pathology Fellowship, Ann and Robert H Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, Northwestern University, Chicago Illinois USA, 2015
Transplant pathology, GI pathology, Pediatric pathology
I enjoy medical student and postgraduate education and have a particular interest in postgraduate education after serving on the Royal College of Canada Accreditation Committee as a resident member for two years.