A forensic pathology residency program will allow you to learn more about causes of death and accidents. With the required skills and knowledge, you will use chemistry to solve complex problems. You'll learn about collecting evidence and conducting tests in your lab.
The program is quite expansive and will prepare you to perform medical autopsies, analyze crime scenes and human remains, and with legal follow-ups to function as a public pathologist. However, this is only possible if you have prior experience in any program related to pathology.
After completing your study, you may find employment as a clinical and forensic pathologist or a medical examiner. But the knowledge and skills you've acquired will apply to any field even vaguely related to pathology. This means that you are not restricted to a certain job, but can take advantage of a wide range of career options.