Fairfield Medical Center Status: The fellows will gain significant experience in the performance of fine needle aspiration and on-site interpretation for imaging guided biopsies. We value expertise and dedication to high quality patient care, commitment to medical education and good hospital citizenship. California, University of California, Davis -Informatics , link. Saint Luke's Hospital Status: The scenic OHSU campus overlooks culturally vibrant downtown Portland, Oregon, and is less than 90 minutes from the Oregon Coast and Cascade Mountains, where opportunities for outdoor recreation abound.
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This program, which is approved by the AUPO Fellowship Compliance Committee, provides intensive training in the diagnosis and understanding of ophthalmic diseases and is designed to prepare trainees for careers in academic diagnostic pathology. Applicants must have completed a residency in either ophthalmology or anatomic pathology and be eligible for a limited Massachusetts medical license.
Because the functioning of the pathology department is completely computerized, candidates must be fully computer literate. Training will focus on diagnostic pathology of the globe and adnexal tissues derived from the Massachusetts Eye and Ear and the Harvard Medical School Department of Ophthalmology affiliates.
Emphasis is placed on clinicopathologic correlation studies during the candidate's fellowship. The facilities and consultants of the Department of Pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital are also available to trainees, and trainees will have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of conferences and other educational events, including Grand Rounds, subspecialty conferences and the Annual Meeting. Full-time salary and standard benefits will be provided.
Prospective candidates should contact: The fellow will participate in all aspects of cytopathology, including interpretation of gynecologic, non-gynecologic and fine-needle aspiration specimens and procurement of superficial fine-needle aspiration specimens. The cytopathologists hold Fine-Needle Aspiration Clinic once weekly.
Beaumont Health is a 1,bed tertiary care teaching hospital servicing several large suburban communities in Oakland County, 13 miles north of Detroit. Training is conducted at Beaumont Health — Royal Oak campus. The Department of Anatomic Pathology currently processes 59, surgical specimens per year.
Sign-out responsibilities in cytopathology are graduated and based on the level of experience of the fellow. The fellow will be involved in the teaching of residents and rotating medical students.
The fellow is required to participate in a research project. Upon completion of the fellowship, the fellow will have the necessary skills to practice cytopathology independently, with sufficient skills in cytopreparatory techniques, the use of ancillary tests such as immunocytochemistry, flow cytometry, image analysis and molecular pathology techniques.
Acquire the skills to communicate with clinicians and patients and gain administrative skills in managing an active cytopathology laboratory. Candidates must hold, or be eligible to hold, a medical license in the State of Michigan. The Beaumont Health Royal Oak, MI campus, a tertiary-care facility with 1, in-patient beds, hosts 40 accredited residency and fellowship training programs with more than residents and fellows, and is the primary teaching facility for the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine.
It has one of the highest volumes in the country for annual hospital admissions 58, , surgeries 48, , outpatient visits 1,, , and births 5, Over 91 medical and surgical specialties are represented on the medical staff. This provides a large volume of diverse material to both our clinical and anatomic laboratories.
We are located in the heart of southeast Michigan, which offers fine dining, a dynamic music and theater scene, major league sports teams and a revitalized riverfront and downtown area. Commensurate with level of postgraduate training in pathology. Applications are available on the Beaumont Health website: The surgical pathology annual workload includes over 35, specimens with a heavy concentration in oncologic pathology.
The fellowship rotations are tailored to the interests of the individual fellow with a minimum of 6 months allocated to the general surgical pathology service. Fellows are expected to participate in translational research activities. Individuals with an interest in pursuing a career in academic pathology are preferred. Stipends are commensurate with the year of pathology postgraduate training as determined by Detroit Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Office.
Send CV, personal statement and three letters of reference to: The fellowship is divided into 3 sites: Blood donor center experience is obtained at the American Red Cross Southeastern Michigan Region Blood Services, which is a large regional blood center with an associated reference laboratory.
Training for Transfusion Medicine support of stem cell transplantation programs is obtained through the Bone Marrow Transplant Program at the Karmanos Cancer Center, which is a university-based program providing autologous, related and unrelated stem cell transplants under certification of the National Marrow Donor Program. Board eligibility or certification by the American Board of Pathology, or subspecialty certification in hematology from another board of the ABMS.
Candidates must also hold a license or eligibility to practice medicine in the State of Michigan. Salary is commensurate with the level of postgraduate training. Royal Oak, MI Telephone: The program provides a strong foundation in laboratory procedures and instrumentation, laboratory automation, test interpretation, quality assurance, use of laboratory tests in the evaluation of disease and laboratory management.
In addition, the fellow is provided with adequate time and resources for research and is exposed to the laboratory's outreach program. The chemistry sections routine, stat and special chemistry, urinalysis, immunology, electrophoresis, toxicology perform over 4 millions tests each year.
This comprehensive one year ACGME accredited training program is based in a bed tertiary care teaching hospital and accepts one hematopathology fellow yearly. The fellowship program offers subspecialty training in the multiple aspects of diagnostic hematopathology, laboratory hematology and coagulation. Trainees will gain experience in the following: Training includes dedicated rotations in flow cytometry, molecular diagnostics and cytogenetics.
They must also hold a license or be eligible to practice medicine in the State of Michigan. Weekly didactic and microscopic conferences, monthly lectures, as well as a monthly journal club supplement this training.
During this period, the fellow is engaged in the examination of the cytopathologic material submitted to the services under the supervision of the attending staff.
Hollie P Thomas Additional Faculty: The fellowship is available to individuals who have completed training in pathology in an ACGME-accredited residency program. Step 3 is a requirement as well as eligibility for medical license in the state of Mississippi. Once applicants have submitted their applications, they will need to send the following documents in order to be considered for a fellowship position: These letters should be addressed to: The stipend is commensurate with the year of the applicant's postgraduate training.
The hospital has many active postgraduate education and training programs in most pediatric surgical and medical subspecialties. There are comprehensive testing capabilities that trainees will be exposed to including array CGH, flow cytometry, toxicology, cytogenetics, F. The department processes approximately surgicals, 50 autopsies, and cytogenetic samples per year, and is staffed by 14 MDs and PhDs.
Forensic and placental pathology rotations occur at 2 adjacent affiliated institutions including high-risk Obstetrical services. Training beyond the initial accredited year is available for qualified candidates wishing to develop academic careers. Interested candidates should send a letter of inquiry, curriculum vitae, and 3 letters of reference 1 from current program director to: The Saint Louis University Department of Pathology offers a one year accredited training program in forensic pathology directed towards board certification.
The training is based at the City of St. Louis Medical Examiner's Office. Among the approximately deaths annually reported to the office there are approximately homicides, 53 suicides, drug overdoses and accidents. The resident functions as a forensic pathologist under the supervision of a senior pathologist and conducts autopsies up to 2 daily , attends scenes and interacts with families, treating physicians, police and attorneys.
Case material supplemented by selected cases from surrounding jurisdictions. Dedicated rotations in toxicology and police laboratories; monthly clinicopathology conferences with trauma surgery service; attendance at Medicolegal Death Investigators' Course in addition to a national meeting. The candidate must be able to apply successfully for Missouri State medical licensure.
Types and Numbers of Appointments: Stipends are commensurate with the level of postgraduate training in pathology. A travel and book allowance is provided. We have an unexpected opening in our Hematopathology Fellowship Program at Saint Louis University for academic year We evaluate both adult and pediatric cases.
Louis, MO Please feel free to contact me with any questions at Katherine. Thank you very much. This ACGME-accredited one-year fellowship program offers advanced training in diagnostic cytopathology. The Cytopathology laboratory at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center processes a total of 20, specimens annually. Teaching is provided through conferences, didactic sessions and daily sign-out of gynecologic and non-gynecologic specimens.
Fellows are trained in the performance and interpretation of fine needle aspiration biopsies. Laboratory management and quality improvement issues are also included in the training. Fellows will gain experience in the use of air-dried Diff-Quick stains, alcohol-fixed Papanicolaou stains, and monolayer preparations. They will have graduated levels of increasing responsibility. Teaching medical students, pathology residents and cytotechnologists, as well as participation in conferences, are required.
Located along the Connecticut River in a tranquil rural setting, just a couple hours from major cities, the region offers outdoor adventures, sports, entertainment, shopping, history and local cultural events.
Medical licensure in the state of New Hampshire required. Commensurate with the number of relevant postgraduate years of training. There is a book allowance, and funding is available for presentation at a national meeting. To review application requirements and to download an application form, go to the program's website. Application materials can be sent via email to: The Hematopathology Fellowship, a one year ACGME accredited program, is designed to provide the trainee broad exposure to all facets of diagnostic hematopathology.
Because program features faculty members who provide both clinical and pathological coverage, the program provides close interaction with the clinical hematology service. The fellow is given graded clinical responsibilities and therefore is provided with an environment for learning under supervision without reliance on the fellow for coverage of service. The remaining blocks are rotations in flow cytometry, coagulation, cytogenetics, molecular pathology and elective time.
The fellow is given four weeks of protected research time which may be scheduled week blocks or in hour per day increments throughout the year. Fellows participate in a Laboratory Management and Quality Improvement curriculum during which they will receive teaching from the laboratory administrators on personnel management, laboratory finance, pathology trends and strategy, laboratory safety and regulations, and quality improvement.
Fellows complete training for their Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt and are expected to participate in a quality improvement project. Fellows will also complete a CAP actual or mock inspection.
Medical licensure in the State of New Hampshire required. To review application requirements and to download an application form please visit the program's website http: Application materials may be sent via email to: The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School is offering a one year fellowship position specializing in the diagnosis of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas with opportunities to participate in clinicopathologic and basic science research.
Each location offers a unique experience with a variety of interesting and challenging in-house and consultation cases. The fellow will be trained in gross examination, pathologic diagnosis, frozen section consultation, molecular pathology, and if interested, basic science research and informatics.
The fellow will also attend and present cases at multidisciplinary case conferences and tumor boards and will have an active role in teaching residents, clinical fellows, and medical students. The fellow, appointed as a faculty instructor, may also have the opportunity to sign out cases independently in the second half of the year after faculty approval.
Commensurate with candidate's level of training Requirements: Candidate must have completed a four year residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology or a three year residency in Anatomic Pathology and hold a full unrestricted NJ state medical license. Will be accepted beginning August 1st, Interviews will begin September with formal offers by January 1st, for both available positions.
Send application materials to: Still accepting applications for spot! For best consideration, applications should be received by September 1st for positions commencing July 1st two years later. The fellowship equips fellows with essential competencies in the clinical, technical, investigational and administrative aspects of blood banking, coagulation, and therapeutic apheresis.
Additional rotations include laboratories that test over 4 million blood donations annually and a large private hospital infusion and apheresis service where photopheresis is performed. Transfusion technologies includes 8 BloodTrack internet-connected remote blood allocation refrigerators, solid phase, gel, and tube immunoserology testing, ROTEM thromboelastography, as well as a sophisticated HLA laboratory.
Kaneka lipid apheresis, Argos Arcelis, Dendreon Provenge, and autologous stem cell collections compliment the full service apheresis and progenitor cell service.
Other benefits include generous support for national meeting attendance and flexible elective rotation scheduling. Fellows may choose to be involved in research such as a protocol allowing use of bovine hemoglobin solutions in patients that are not able to receive blood. For more information contact Kendall Crookston, M. New Mexico's mild four season climate and abundant outdoor recreational opportunities combined with a rich cultural heritage complement the educational opportunities.
Find out more about our Department and view our YouTube videos at http: Fellowship applicants must have completed a pathology residency training program and be Board eligible in Clinical Pathology or have completed an alternate residency training program.
This one year fellowship offers intensive sign-out experience in a wide array of surgical pathology cases, including a large and varied oncologic case mix in surgical subspecialty areas such as head and neck, breast, GYN, thoracic, GI, GU, and neuropathology. The trainee will also participate in a busy frozen section service. Additional opportunities include resident and medical student teaching, as well as translational research. One 1 per year. Applicants must be Board eligible in Anatomic Pathology.
Commensurate with the candidate's level of training. Please submit the Standardized Pathology Fellowship Application Form available on the CAP website with curriculum vitae, personal statement, and three letters of recommendation.
This one year fellowship offers experience in hematopathology emphasizing diagnostic hematopathology and laboratory hematology. Seven board-certified hematopathologists are enthusiastically engaged in teaching the trainee in all areas of hematopathology. The program includes training in peripheral blood and bone marrow morphology interpretation, lymph node pathology, wet hematology, hemoglobinopathy and coagulopathy analysis with rotation in hemophilia clinic, flow cytometry, cytogenetics and molecular pathology, and perform bone marrow biopsies.
The trainee will have the opportunity to teach residents and medical students. Submit the Standardized Pathology Fellowship application available on the CAP website with curriculum vitae, personal statement, and three letters of references.
Cytopathology Fellowship Openings for and The environment is fast-paced, dynamic, collegial, and exciting! The Cytopathology Fellowship provides advanced training in the studies of morphologic abnormality of cells from precursor lesions to frank malignancy. The fellow selected for this position will participate in fine needle aspirations, disease specific multidisciplinary conferences, teaching of junior residents and be an active participant in a scientific research project for submission, presentation and publication in a cytology or scientific journal.
Gissou Azabdaftari, MD Requirements: Support will commensurate with the year of post-graduate training. Please complete and submit documents printed from the following web address: Oncologic Surgical Pathology Fellowship Openings for and Fellows will spend time on the surgical pathology service and have protected time for research.
There is an opportunity to gain additional skills in diagnostic molecular pathology or in one of the world's best flow cytometry labs, and also in solid tumor cytogenetics with capabilities in FISH and interphase analysis during your elective time. Elective rotations in cytopathology and hematopathology are also possible. Fellows are complemented by Residents and Medical Students, enabling ample opportunity for teaching and graduated responsibility. The Fellows are an integral part of patient care at RPCI, and their participation in disease site specific multidisciplinary tumor boards, while serving an educational purpose, also ensures the optimum quality of patient care.
Seminars from Faculty within and outside the Department will supplement the Fellow's education. The complexity of cases, coupled with the large volume of cases allows Fellows to become proficient in the diagnosis of neoplastic diseases. Fellowships may be individualized, and a second year as Chief Fellow is possible. Because of the demanding nature of the diseases encountered, only Residents who will complete their training in an ACGME-accredited Program by the Fellowship start date will be considered.
Year 1 Oncologic Surgical Pathology Fellowship: Stipends commensurate with postgraduate year of training. Stony Brook University Hospital Hematopathology Fellowship 1 position open for 1 position open for This one-year fellowship offers experience in hematopathology emphasizing diagnostic hematopathology and laboratory hematology.
Two board-certified hematopathologists are enthusiastically engaged in teaching the trainee in all areas of hematopathology. The program includes training in peripheral blood and bone marrow morphology interpretation, lymph node pathology, laboratory pathology, coagulation, flow cytometry, cytogenetics and molecular pathology. The trainee is exposed to a very active bone marrow transplantation service. The trainee will have the opportunity to teach residents and medical students and will have outstanding opportunities to participate in translational research.
The trainee will be expected to register and pass the ABP hematopathology board exam at the end of their training period. For further information, contact: Surgical Pathology Fellowship 1 position open for 2 positions open for This one-year fellowship will provide an intensive experience in general surgical pathology and subspecialties including breast, GYN, GI, pulmonary, renal, neuropathology and placental pathology.
The service includes approximately 27, cases per year, encompassing a wide variety of organ systems and subspecialties. The fellow is involved in the performance and interpretation of frozen sections, supervision of the gross room, sign out of cases and presentation at conferences. This fellowship is a one-year, ACGME-accredited program that offers advanced training in diagnostic cytopathology, with emphasis on fine needle aspiration.
During this time, the fellow will have increasing levels of responsibility commensurate with level of performance. Substantial emphasis is also placed on the integration of surgical pathology with cytopathology. Currently the SUNY Upstate Medical University Cytopathology Laboratory examines approximately 18, specimens per year including approximately 2, non-gynecologic specimens.
Both ThinPrep and Surepath technologies are utilized in the laboratory. In addition the laboratory directs a pathology-based FNA Service with cytopathologist-staffed clinics and performs or assists with the vast majority of superficial and deep fine needle aspirations approximately 1, Ancillary techniques such as immunocytochemistry, flow cytometry, molecular diagnostics and electron microscopy are available for more comprehensive evaluation of difficult cases.
In addition, the Cytopathology Laboratory is closely associated with the Program of Cytotechnology - with access to extensive teaching collections.
The fellowship offers opportunities for teaching cytotechnology students, residents and medical students as well as the opportunity to investigate any one of a number of research projects during the year.
Diagnostic, research and teaching skills are emphasized in this academic environment. Send curriculum vitae, personal statement, completed standardized CAP application and three letters of reference to: Khurana, MD khuranak upstate. Kelly, MS kellykc upstate. This one year ACGME-approved fellowship program includes didactic and practical training in advanced immunohematology, therapeutic and donor apheresis, extracorporeal photopheresis, blood donation, viral and bacterial testing, component processing and storage, coagulation, HLA, Patient Blood Management, and stem cell collection and processing at the University of Rochester Medical Center beds and the Northeast Division Red Cross Blood Services.
This program provides for experience in perinatal transfusion as well as apheresis in neonates and children. Graded assumption of responsibility for medical, administrative, and instructional activities by the fellow are integral to the training program.
Protected research time is included and research opportunities are provided commensurate with the fellow's interests and experience. A second and further years of research training may be possible in some instances. Commensurate with the applicant's level of postgraduate training Openings: One position for , and Applications: Submit applications cover letter, personal statement, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for three references to: Patten Fellowship in Cytopathology Position Available: The University of Rochester Medical Center Cytopathology Laboratory is seeking fellowship candidates for the academic year.
Individuals interested in applying must: This includes in-house specimens, specimens sent in from our satellite locations, and consult cases. Our volume is broken down into: Fellowship candidates must be strong in surgical pathology, as he or she will be responsible for pairing and reviewing concurrent cytologic and histologic specimens.
The fellow would be responsible for previewing most cases referred to the pathologist, and triaging those cases accordingly by ordering any appropriate ancillary studies. Our program has in-house immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, molecular diagnostics, and Human Papilloma Virus testing. During the fellowship year, the fellow will become intimately familiar with reading ultrasound imaging and understanding how to obtain a quality FNA specimen under imaging guidance.
The fellow will have the ability to interact with many different disciplines, including endocrinologists, pulmonologists, interventional radiologists, gastroenterologists, gynecologists, surgeons, oncologists, and general hospitalists. The fellow will also develop a more compassionate bedside manner with his or her FNA clinic patients. Located in Western New York between the Finger Lakes and Niagara Falls, Rochester is a diverse cultural community with activities to suit all interests.
The most notable community-hosted event is the Lilac Festival each spring, which lasts for two weeks and showcases many local artists, musicians, and eateries. For more information, please contact the Cytopathology Fellowship Director, Dr. De Las Casas, M. The University of Rochester invites applications for Hematopathology fellow positions beginning July This one-year, ACGME-accredited program, began in and has had eleven highly successful trainees.
Our philosophy is to provide trainees with an optimal learning environment by giving them complete responsibility for diagnostic workup.
This works wonderfully for trainee and patient alike with the trainees knowing that the attendings' doors are always open. We expect the fellows to "take ownership' of the hematopathology service: There are rotating students and residents, and the fellow functions as the chief resident for this team.
Working within a large academic referral center that is simultaneously a general hospital, this program offers training in all aspects of diagnostic hematopathology. While the focus is on morphologic based diagnosis of lymphomas and leukemias, our model of diagnostic practice is holistic with all flow cytometry, molecular, cytogenetic and other results integrated into a single diagnostic report for which the fellow is responsible. We provide ample opportunities and support for academic projects if trainees want to pursue these.
Salary levels are commensurate with the level of postgraduate pathology training. Interested candidates should visit our web page by clicking here. Clinical Instructor Working Title: Surgical Pathology Fellow and Job Description: This is a one-year fellowship position in general surgical pathology starting July 1, and July 1, The fellowship provides extensive training in all aspects of surgical pathology. The fellow will advance to independent sign out during the year, will engage in undergraduate and graduate departmental educational programs, and is expected to participate in clinical research.
All positions are also listed at our departmental website at www. MD or DO degree from appropriately accredited institution. Must be able to obtain an unrestricted North Carolina Medical License and medical staff privileges required. Fellows will also be actively involved in multi-disciplinary conferences, house staff teaching and have exposure to administrative aspects of operating a Surgical Pathology practice.
Preference given to those candidates with an expressed interest in pursuing academic careers. It has over beds with the Department of Pathology processing over 30, surgical cases annually. The case mix is diverse with good representation across all organ systems. Winston-Salem has a population of approximately , and is part of the North Carolina Piedmont Triad. The area, with its moderate climate, is renowned for its wide diversity of available outdoor recreational activities.
Travel is very easy with three major airports within approximately 80 miles. Interested candidates should provide a letter of intent, a current curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation, with at least two from practicing surgical pathologists with whom they have worked.
Inquiries and Application materials should be addressed to: Surgical Pathology Fellowship Director Email: Pediatric Pathology Fellowship The Pediatric Pathology Fellowship Program is ACGME-approved to train one fellow per year with an optional second year offered to fellows with a particular interest in subspecialty development or research.
The fellowship is designed to provide exposure to general pediatric surgical pathology, perinatal pathology, pediatric hematopathology, and molecular and cytogenetic analysis. The Department of Pathology is an established group of eight pathologists and one PhD director of cytogenetics. From major league attractions to small-town appeal, the greater Akron area has something for everyone. The area is rich in history and cultural diversity, and provides a stimulating blend of outstanding educational, cultural and recreational resources.
This four-season community will have outdoor enthusiasts thrilled with over 40, acres of Metro Parks for year round enjoyment. Northeast Ohio has become a premiere destination to work, live, play, shop and dine! Applicants must have completed or be currently completing an ACGME accredited program in anatomic pathology or anatomic pathology and clinical pathology.
Interested candidates may send inquiries to: The pediatric pathology fellowship program in the Division of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, CCHMC, was established in , one of the longest-standing programs in the country. Currently, it is an ACGME approved program to train two fellows per year, who are qualified to take the pediatric pathology board exam.
An optional second year is offered to those who are interested in in-depth subspecialty development and research. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is one of the nation's largest freestanding children's hospitals. There is a concerted effort at Cincinnati Children's to provide additional research funding for the important transition years between fellowship and faculty positions for selected fellows.
The Division of Pathology currently has 21 faculty members, including 13 anatomic pathologists, 4 clinical pathology, and 4 research faculty. The anatomic pathologists are subspecialized in many areas of pediatric pathology, such as neuromuscular diseases and neuropathology, renal and liver pathology, and hematopathology. We receive more than 13, surgical cases, review approximately 1, consult cases, and perform close to pediatric and perinatal autopsies annually.
Our surgical pathology material includes the entire spectrum of pediatric pathology from common to very unusual cases. Many of our former fellows are leaders in pediatric pathology world wide. Our graduates continue to make significant contributions to our subspecialty. Please send the inquiries to: A one-year integrated surgical pathology fellowship experience beginning July 1 is provided by the faculty and staff of the Department of Pathology at MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio.
The fellow will participate in the supervision and dissection of complex surgical pathology cases and will have junior staff responsibility final sign out and frozen section diagnoses. Surgical pathology accessions for exceeds 22, cases. The fellow will also participate in related ancillary studies such as flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry, etc.
Active involvement in an investigative study as well as problem solving of unusual cases referred from outside is encouraged. Electives are offered in a wide variety of surgical pathology subspecialty areas including pulmonary, GYN and renal pathology. The appointee will participate in intra- and extra- mural teaching conferences, and tumor boards and assist in the supervision and teaching of pathology residents, and medical students. Commensurate with level of training Applications: Transfusion Medicine Fellowship Openings for and Description: This one-year ACGME approved program provides instruction and experience in hospital and blood center transfusion medicine.
The trainee actively participates in routine and complex serological evaluations, perinatal testing, component collection and therapy, therapeutic apheresis, hematopoietic progenitor cell collection, quality processes, HLA, bone marrow transplant, flow cytometry, and information management at Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University beds , The James Cancer Hospital beds , Ross Heart Hospital beds , Nationwide Children's Hospital beds and the Central Ohio Red Cross Blood Services.
Support will commensurate with year of post-graduate training. Complete fellowship applications will include: Additional information can be found on our website: James Cancer Hospital and Research Institute. The cytology laboratory accessions approximately 36, cases annually. This includes 8, exfoliative non-gynecologic, and about 2, FNA specimens. Twelve months are spent in clinical service as it relates to cytopathology with access to surgical pathology, frozen sections, molecular pathology, HPV DNA analysis, image analysis, flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry and research associated with cytopathology.
The fellow will participate in the cytopathology teaching of cytotechnologists, medical students and residents. The fellow may participate in inspections as they relate to certification in cytology and quality assurance. Strengths of the program include the diversity of the cytopathology faculty as well as their strengths in gynecologic pathology, gynecologic and non-gynecologic cytology, flow cytometry DNA analysis and image analysis, and fine needle aspiration cytology.
Two 2 ; Availability: Please complete the application located on our website at: This one-year advanced training in cytopathology is designed to provide comprehensive training in diagnostic cytology including both gynecologic and non-gynecologic material with emphasis on interpretation of fine needle aspiration biopsies FNA with surgical pathology and clinical correlation, cytoprocessing techniques and quality improvement initiatives.
The cytology lab evaluates approximately 30, Pap tests and 5, non-gynecologic accessioned specimens including 1, FNA. The fellow will be expected to participate fully in the FNA service, rapid on-site assessment, daily sign out, conferences and teaching and a required research project. The fellow will also be exposed to new ancillary techniques such as slide imaging, liquid based preparations, digital imaging, flow cytometry, immunocytochemistry and molecular testing. The laboratory is fully computerized with access to integrated electronic medical records to allow retrieval of specimens for teaching, research and quality control projects.
Elective rotation options include ultrasound-guided FNA training, molecular pathology or focused cyto-histological correlation.
Compensation will be commensurate with the level of prior training. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled and should be sent to claire. Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. A one-year, ACGME-accredited comprehensive fellowship in Hematopathology, with training in interpretation of peripheral blood and body fluid smears, bone marrow biopsies, lymph node biopsies, and specialized testing for benign hematologic disorders, including hemoglobin analysis.
In addition, there is a flow cytometry lab with an extensive panel menu. There are approximately 2, bone marrow, lymphoma, and 5, flow cytometry work-ups yearly. The fellowship also includes instruction in lab management and opportunity for research projects.
Presentation of projects at national meetings is strongly encouraged. Cleveland, Ohio, offers the benefits of a large city without a hefty living expense. There are many family-friendly activities. Attractions include museums, a world-class orchestra, theater district, local sports teams, and an extensive park system.
Cleveland, OH Telephone: The cytopathology service at DUCOM receives a wide array of specimens including gynecologic, non-gynecologic, fine needle aspiration, and oncologic cases. Two fellowship positions are available every year and the service work is equally divided.
The daily schedule alternates between signing out cases with attending cytopathologists and covering the FNA service and previewing cases. The fellows are actively involved in both FNA performance and on-site adequacy evaluations. Mail, email or fax CAP standardized fellowship application, CV, personal statement and three letters of recommendation to: Fox Chase Cancer Center is a nationally ranked bed NCI-designated multidisciplinary comprehensive cancer center with a departmental affiliation with Thomas Jefferson University.
The department processes over 15, surgical specimens, 2, frozen sections, and 4, non-gyn cytology specimens yearly, all of which are cancer or cancer-related. There is extensive material in head and neck, breast, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, urologic, gynecologic, dermatology and hematolymphoid neoplasms. The department has board certified surgical pathologists including hematopathologists, cytopathologists, a dermatopathologist, immunopathologist and cytogeneticist with busy consultation services, and an active molecular pathology laboratory.
The fellowship program is designed to provide an in-depth experience in tumor pathology with emphasis on diagnosis. Ample time for scholarly activities is facilitated by three full time pathologists' assistants who gross all specimens and prepare all frozen sections.
Applications are available at www. Cytopathology Fellowship Program, This one-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship program provides comprehensive training in diagnostic cytopathology with emphasis on fine needle aspiration cytology and the application of ancillary studies especially immunohistochemistry in workup of tumors of unknown primary.
The cytopathology service at Geisinger Medical Laboratory processes more than gynecologic, non-gynecologic and FNA cases per year.
The laboratory is fully automated and utilizes both Sure Path thin-layer technologies with computer-assisted primary screening as well as Thin Prep technologies for the cervical screening specimens. The technique of fine needle aspiration biopsy is heavily emphasized; a fine needle aspiration clinic is operated daily.
The fellows will gain significant experience in the performance of fine needle aspiration and on-site interpretation for imaging guided biopsies. Ancillary tests such as immunocytochemistry, flow cytometry, and molecular diagnostics are routinely a part of the evaluation of variety of cytology specimens; the fellows will gain in-depth of training in the application of immunohistochemistry by the faculty members with expertise in the field.
The fellows will be responsible for weekly tumor board conferences. Sign-out occurs under direct staff supervision with graduated responsibilities assigned as competence is demonstrated. Hershey Medical Center Opening for The Penn State Milton S. We are accepting applications for one position starting July 1, Trainees will be provided training in all aspects of clinical adult and pediatric transfusion medicine, immunohematology, on-site donor administration and blood collection, therapeutic apheresis, allogeneic and autologous hematopoietic stem cell collection and processing, coagulation, and HLA Histocompatibility testing.
The fellow will work closely with the Medical Director and five other clinical pathologists to provide clinical consultation to the medical staff in areas of apheresis, immunohematology, and clinical transfusion medicine. The fellow will have opportunities for teaching medical students, technologists, residents, and fellows from other services. It will form a basis for a career in the academic or community practice setting. The faculty, residents, and main laboratory facilities are housed in the Penn State Milton S.
The adult hospital has a capacity of approximately beds and the free standing children's hospital approximately 75 beds. It is a both an adult and pediatric tertiary care hospital and the main teaching hospital of the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine. The Transfusion Service of the Hershey Medical Center is a full service operation providing allogeneic and autologous whole blood and hematopoietic stem cell collections, plateletpheresis collection, therapeutic phlebotomy, and therapeutic apheresis.
Applications are evaluated on an on-going basis and will be accepted beginning months prior to the anticipated start date. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applications should be addressed to: Beth Shultz, Program Coordinator, at eshultz hmc. Cellular Therapy Fellowship This appointment will be for one 1 year.
This is a training position for an aspiring pathologist in the rapidly expanding field of cellular therapy. The cellular therapy activities at HUP and CHOP cover the entire range of standard-of-care adult and pediatric bone marrow transplant, from collection to processing to infusion.
The candidate will have a wide exposure of different cGMP labs all within walking distance, learn the set up and operation of cGMP facilities, in addition to the actual manufacturing processes. Cellular therapy is a highly regulated field. There are numerous opportunities for quality improvement projects.
Didactic training, either one-on-one with a faculty or part of more formal course, is also available. The candidate is encouraged to tailor the one year program to suit individual background and needs, while still gaining enough exposure to become proficient in all areas. Ideally, a successful candidate would leave the program feeling confident to direct a cell therapy facility. Applicants must have an M. Curriculum Vitae; Personal Statement; three potential references Inquiries and materials should be sent to: Four Fellowships Available for !
The goal of this one-year ACGME-accredited fellowship is to provide the diagnostic skills and in-depth knowledge of both pediatric and adult hematopathology. Fellows, with staff, are responsible for work-up and sign-out of bone marrow, lymph node, and other surgical pathology specimens with suspected lymphoproliferative disorders, including review of relevant hematologic data, peripheral smears, bone marrow aspirate smears, histologic sections, immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, comprehensive molecular analysis of single targeted genes and gene panels, cytogenetics and FISH.
Fellows are responsible for diagnostic evaluation and triage of fresh material sent to surgical pathology for frozen sections for possible lymphoproliferative disorders. Applicants must have completed pathology training in an AMA-approved pathology residency program in the United States or Canada and be Board Eligible by the start of the Hematopathology Fellowship. Applications can be obtained online by clicking here. Megan Lim, Hematopathology Fellowship, email: This Center of Excellence receives specimens annually of which greater than cases represent consultations and surgically resected neoplasms of Bone and Soft tissue.
Four week electives are offered to include rotations in FISH, cytogenetics and research. The meeting costs for a presentation are covered by the program. Ample support for performing ancillary studies for research projects is provided by the department.
Interested and qualified individuals who are board-eligible or board-certified in anatomical pathology should submit the required documents to the Fellowship Director online https: There is one position available each year. The program provides strong curriculum in pediatric surgical pathology, materno-fetal pathology, and pediatric autopsy pathology. The Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt MCJCH accessioned more than 8, pediatric surgical pathology cases, over 1, placentas and over 50 pediatric autopsies in The faculty includes 26 anatomic pathologists and separate divisions of renal pathology, hematopathology and neuropathology; providing subspecialty expertise in soft tissue pathology, gastrointestinal pathology, pulmonary pathology, breast pathology, gynecologic pathology, genitourinary pathology, neuropathology and muscle pathology.
Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt are experiencing expansion in many areas with a nationally recognized cancer center, multifaceted organ and stem cell transplant programs and expansion of educational programs, clinical and translational research and basic science programs. This is an exciting period of growth for the pathology department. Located in the heart of Nashville, Vanderbilt University is one of the nation's leading research and teaching institutions, with an undergraduate medical program, and many post-graduate programs contiguous on the same campus.
Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, is a growing cosmopolitan area with a population exceeding 1 million, diverse entertainment, excellent schools and ready access to outdoor activities. An online application is available by clicking here.
Please provide three letters of recommendation. For additional information, please contact: The fellowship is under the direction of Agnes B. The fellow is directly involved in the diagnostic evaluation of all renal biopsies received annually by the Renal Pathology Laboratory at Vanderbilt.
The fellow will be expected to work independently in preparing cases for sign-out by the faculty using light, immunofluorescence and electron microscopy. Fellows will also present cases at clinical conferences held jointly with the Nephrology and Renal Transplant Divisions, have ample exposure to clinical teaching conferences, actively participate in teaching renal pathology to medical students, residents and nephrology fellows, and attend weekly departmental surgical pathology slide conferences.
Fellows are expected to pursue an academic project, e. Fellows are encouraged and funds are available to attend a yearly scientific meeting during their training. To apply, please send a letter of interest, three reference letters, and current CV to: Edu Agnes Fogo, M.
Vanderbilt University John L. The program will prepare them to qualify and successfully complete the American Board of Pathology Hematology Board certification examination. The fellow will be exposed to routine and special hematology testing, routine and special coagulation testing, cytochemistry, histochemistry, flow cytometry, cytogenetics and molecular techniques as they apply to the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of hematologic malignancies.
All these tests are performed in our core laboratory in Temple. The morphologic evaluation of peripheral smears, bone marrow aspirates and biopsies, lymph node and other tissue biopsies for the diagnosis of hematologic malignancies are part of the daily activity and are obtained from all of the regional hospitals and clinics in the Central Texas Division of the Baylor Scott and White Healthcare system.
The program emphasizes the practical aspects of the hematopathology practice in regard to morphologic skills, laboratory management and clinical consultation. Completed training in combined anatomic and clinical pathology. The fellowship is based in Temple which is the location of the core laboratory for the system. Salary is commensurate with the year of postgraduate training. Training includes integration of surgical pathology, use of ancillary immunohistochemistry and molecular diagnostics and flow cytometry for neoplasm classification and use of special stains for infectious disease diagnosis.
Fellows will be expected to participate actively in interdisciplinary tumor board conferences and teaching conferences. Application forms are available online at: During training, the fellow receives training in immunohematology, histocompatibility, paternity testing, donor center supervision, therapeutic apheresis, transfusion therapy, hemostasis, flow cytometry, and molecular pathology.
The training is based upon participation of daily activities, consultations, various elective experiences as well as didactic teaching. The primary teaching site is a tertiary care teaching hospital, University Hospital System UHS , which is a bed teaching hospital that provides transfusion services to diverse adult and pediatric patient populations.
At UHS, annually, over 18, red cell units, 8, plasma units and 4, platelet doses are transfused. In addition, Transfusion medicine oversees the therapeutic apheresis program, where over therapeutic apheresis procedures and red cell exchanges are performed annually for various diseases. The hospital based donor services collects whole blood and apheresis-based allogeneic blood products from over 5, donors annually.
A fellowship-affiliated hospital located across the street from the primary site South Texas Veterans Health Care System is a national referral center for bone marrow transplantation.
Exposure to the operations of a larger scale donor center, donor infectious disease testing and allogeneic tissue is provided at the subsidiaries of BioBridge Global, which is located 5 miles from the primary site. Paternity testing experience is obtained through the DNA reference laboratory located in San Antonio. ACGME accredited residency completion with Board eligibility or certification in clinical pathology, internal medicine, pediatrics or other related fields.
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