Cleveland Clinic Foundation

The GI Pathology fellowship provides in-depth exposure to the full spectrum of the subspecialty. Patient material includes over 60,000 inside GI, liver and pancreaticobiliary biopsy and resection cases annually and more than 4,000 outside consultation cases. Fellows have the opportunity to learn about the range of diseases within this subspecialty, including Barrett’s esophagus, IBD, cancer and precancerous conditions, mesenchymal and hemato-lymphoid lesions, motility disorders, hepatic and pancreatic medical, neoplastic and transplantation pathology and molecular diagnosis. Two fellowship positions with a one-year duration (i.e., starting July 1st through the following June 30th).

Fellowship Program Director: Keith Lai, MD 216.445.2097

Program Coordinator: Kristen Smith, Center for Pathology Education Robert J. Tomsich Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Institute Cleveland Clinic 9500 Euclid Avenue, L-21 Cleveland, OH 44195 Telephone: 216.445.2125


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