Baylor College of Medicine Selective Pathology GI fellowship

The Department of Pathology and Immunology at Baylor College of Medicine has established a one-year fellowship program in Gastrointestinal Pathology.The program offers advanced training in GI, pancreatic and liver pathology,including a busy liver transplant service.
The fellow will rotate at 3 institutions: Baylor St. Luke’s Hospital; Ben Taub General Hospital; Texas Children’s Hospital. Strengths of this program include exposure to a high volume practice in both routine GI cases and pancreatic pathology, medical liver biopsies, liver transplantation and pediatric pathology. A 2 week rotation in clinical gastroenterology is provided, and the fellow will be able to attend procedures like EMR/ESD and EUS FNA/FNB performed by experienced gastroenterologists.
The fellow will be expected to participate in at least one on-going or new research project with the goal of publication and presentation at a local, national or international meetings.
The fellow will participate in the teaching and supervision of residents, as well as the pathologists’ assistants requiring guidance when grossing GI and liver specimens and coverage of GI frozen sections.
The fellow will be responsible for presenting cases at weekly GI Multidisciplinary Tumor Boards, Medical liver conference and monthly IBD conference.

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