Gastrointestinal Pathology Fellowship

Overview

The ACGME-accredited fellowship in gastrointestinal pathology is designed to offer advanced, focused and intensive diagnostic training in gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, and pancreas pathology, including medical liver and transplant.

  • Specific rotations include: "hot seat", frozen section, sign out of consultation material (including immunohistochemistry and other special diagnostic techniques) and elective time.
  • Elective time may be designed to pursue additional subspecialty training in other areas of surgical pathology, including dermatopathology, or in molecular pathology, hematopathology, and/or research.
  • Fellows participate in departmental and interdepartmental conferences, as well as medical student and resident teaching.
  • Departmental resources and support are available for clinicopathologic and translational research projects.

 

Stanford establishes PGY levels for new fellows based on the successful completion of all prerequisite training required for entry into your fellowship program. Stanford does not recognize additional training beyond the prerequisite training requirements when establishing the PGY level for entry into the program.
 

Teri A Longacre, MD

Emerita Richard L Kempson Enodowed Professor of Surgical Pathology
Director, Gastrointestinal Pathology
Director, Gynecologic Pathology
Director, Faculty Development and Diversity

Gastrointestinal Faculty

Teri A Longacre, MD

Emerita Richard L Kempson Endowed Professor of Surgical Pathology
Director, Gastrointestinal Fellowship Program
Director, Gynecologic Fellowship Program
Director, Faculty Development and Diversity




Neeraja Kambham, MD

Professor of Pathology
Director, Renal Pathology Service
Director, Electron Microscopy
Director, Anatomic Pathology Service

Dr. Neeraja Kambham is a pathologist at Stanford Medicine and is affiliated with Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. She received her medical degree from Osmania Medical College NTR UHS and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Research interests primarily involve medical diseases and transplantation pathology of the kidney and liver.



Current Gastrointestinal Fellows [2024-25]

Maryam Abdollahi, MD

Medical School: Tehran University of Medical Sciences; Residency: University of Toronto    

Ben Dulken, MD, PhD

Medical School: Stanford University School of Medicine; Residency: Stanford University School of Medicine

Iain Miller, MD

Medical School: University of Colorado School of Medicine; Residency: Stanford University School of Medicine

Alumni Gastrointestinal Fellows