Surgical Pathology Fellowship
We offer a one-year accredited fellowship in surgical pathology that provides advanced, focused, and intensive training in diagnostic surgical pathology.
Specific rotations include: "hot seat", frozen section, sign out of consultation material by subspecialty (including immunohistochemistry and other special diagnostic techniques), junior attending and elective time.
Selective/elective time may be designed to pursue additional training in subspecialty areas of pathology (gynecologic, soft tissue, breast, gastrointestinal, renal, cardiopulmonary,genitourinary, pediatric, head & neck, transplantation), or other areas including molecular pathology, dermatopathology, cytopathology, hematopathology, and/or research.
Fellows participate in departmental and interdepartmental conferences, as well as medical student and resident teaching. Fellows share night/weekend call for surgical pathology.
Departmental resources and support are available for clinicopathologic and translational research projects.
Applications should be submitted by early-August (approximately 22 months before anticipated start date). Please submit application and letters via email (pdf preferred) to:
Thelma Santa Maria
Iris Martin, MD (2020-2021)
Kianoosh Keyhanian, MD (2020-2021)
Isfahan University of Medical Sciences
Maggie Black, MD (2020-2021)
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Sara Zadeh, MD (2020-2021)
Medical College of Georgia
Silvia Crapo, MD (2020-2021)
Universidad Autonoma de Coahuila
Julia Maria Rewerska, MD (2020-2021)
Jagiellonian Unversity Medical College
Simon Chen, MD (2021-2022)
Sarah Daley, MD (2021-2022)
University of Arizona College of Medicine
Roshanak Derakshandeh, MD (2021-2022)
Iran University of Medical Sciences
Jeenal Gordhandas, MD (2021-2022)
University of California, San Diego School of Medicine
Olumide Odeyemi, MD (2021-2022)
Ross University School of Medicine
Xiaoming Zhang, MD (2021-2022)
Peking University Health Science Center
Longmei Zhao, MD (2021-2022)
Southeast University Medical College