The Selective Pathology GI fellowship is designed to serve as advanced training in the surgical pathology of the luminal gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreaticobiliary systems. The basis of this training lies in the receipt of approximately 23,000 cases per year, which includes approximately 15,000 endoscopically obtained mucosal biopsy specimens, 700 medical liver biopsies, and 200 transplant liver biopsies. Additionally, approximately 1,000 GI pathology cases per annum are received from outside institutions for consultation. Due to the academic and tertiary care nature of the institution, many of these cases are challenging and unusual, and provide the GI fellow with a unique opportunity for concentrated experience in GI pathology. The GI pathology faculty includes 7 subspecialty-trained attending pathologists, many of whom are nationally recognized for their contributions in their respective fields.
Two GI pathology fellows are recruited per academic year. Generally, the annual schedule is composed of 11 months of GI/liver pathology and 1 month of general surgical pathology in an elective area of the fellow’s choosing. Opportunities for additional time spent rotating in other areas of selective surgical pathology exist and are determined on a yearly basis in coordination with the other selective surgical pathology fellowship services.
Boston, MA 02215
Combined diagnostic GI, liver, and pancreatic pathology with clinical-based research
Boston, MA 2115
The Department of Pathology at the Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital has established a one-year fellowship program in Gastrointestinal Pathology. The program offers advanced training in GI, pancreatic and liver pathology. A clinical research project will be encouraged. Strong collaborative efforts with the Division of Gastroenterology and the Brown Medical School will provide excellent research opportunities.
Fellowship applicants with a very strong track record in research may apply for an additional 2 year research position. This position is designed for individuals with a deep commitment to an NIH funded career in academic pathology.
The fellow will also be expected to participate in the teaching of residents and fellows in the Department and in the teaching of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine courses.
Please note: There is a last-minute opening for the upcoming 2020-2021 academic year.
Contact: Elizabeth Wu, MD, Assistant Professor of Pathology, Alpert Medical School of Brown University- firstname.lastname@example.org
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine offers a one-year ACGME accredited fellowship program in GI/Liver Pathology, a section of the department of Pathology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, a 969 bed tertiary care center. This program provides training in diagnostic GI and liver pathology including liver transplant and pancreatic pathology. We receive 15,000 GI biopsies, 1,000 GI resections, 800 liver biopsies, 80 liver resections, 70-80 liver explants, and 100 Whipple/pancreatectomy specimens annually.
The program provides ample resources including a generous annual educational stipend and support for clinical and translational research.
Fellow Responsibilities and Requirements
The Fellow will be integrated in a graduated responsibility manner into all aspects of the clinical practice of Gastrointestinal/Liver pathology on a daily basis, including diagnostic interpretation and reporting, presentation at Local and international conferences (USCAP), communication with clinical teams regarding critical diagnoses, and research. Off service time (2 days each week) is given to the fellow for research activities and conference preparation. The GI fellow is the interface of the GI section and Department with many related medical and GI/liver services
Contact: Carrie Domagas- email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
Contact: Kristen Smith, Education Coordinator, Center for Pathology Education- firstname.lastname@example.org
Cleveland, OH 44195
Duke offers a busy, academically challenging experience in a supportive environment that fosters learning and professional development. Our goal is to provide a nurturing, high quality, comprehensive and flexible learning experience in all facets of GI/Liver/Pancreas/and related Transplant Surgical Pathology, in both adults and children. An important hallmark of our program is the emphasis on the research and scholarly development of the trainee, facilitated by dedicated faculty mentors who are committed to the strong academic tradition of our section. As the GI/Liver Fellow matures, case sign out privileges may become an option. Duke Surgical Pathology accessions approximately 50,000 specimens a year, and about one quarter of those are GI and Liver cases.
Contact: Ginger Griffin, Duke Fellowships Staff Assistant- email@example.com
1 yr program in surgical pathology with emphasis on GI pathology and research
Atlanta, GA 30322
This one-year program is designed to provide an advanced, intensive educational experience in Gastrointestinal Surgical Pathology. The fellowship emphasizes graduated responsibility and includes a significant component of independent fellow signout. The fellow will also present at our 3 GI Tumor Boards (Colorectal, Hepatobiliary, Neuroendocrine) and will be integral to our weekly, pathologist-driven GI-Liver Biopsy Multidisciplinary Teaching Conference. The fellow will also rotate through 4 months of our General Surgical Pathology Service, with Hot Seat, Frozen Section, and Consults rotations. Research is strongly encouraged, and our faculty are highly motivated to mentor trainees in clinical and translational projects.
The University Hospital has 45,000 Surgical Pathology accessions each year, including 10,000 in-house GI cases and 350 extramural consultations. The GI Pathology Service handles all in-house and consult tubal gut and liver cases, including a large volume of pediatric cases. We have an active liver transplant program. Our GI Pathology faculty also direct the Clinical Immunohistochemistry Laboratory, sign out on the Molecular Pathology Service, and participate in the nation’s first and only neuroendocrine tumor SPORE.
Contact: Vicky J. Farrington-Howrey- firstname.lastname@example.org
Iowa City, IA 52242
Specialized training in GI and liver pathology with over 250,000 GI/liver biopsies annually
Memphis, TN 38112
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center
Gastrointestinal and Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Pathology Fellowship
The Gastrointestinal and Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary pathology fellowship at the Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute is a one-year program with focus on providing key diagnostic training in a variety of neoplastic and non-neoplastic disorders of the gastrointestinal and hepato-pancreato-biliary tracts.
The H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center is a Comprehensive Cancer Center designated by the National Cancer Institute and resides on the campus of the University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. The Cancer Center annually has ~4,500 GI biopsies, ~1,800 GI resections, and ~5,000 GI consultations from outside institutions. The existence of a busy hepato-pancreato-biliary surgical oncology program provides a large number of pancreatic and hepatobiliary specimens, in addition to esophageal, gastric, intestinal and colorectal resections. The advanced endoscopy service performs endoscopic mucosal and submucosal resections. The Cancer Center also has a busy bone marrow transplantation service, and the GI pathology group reviews many biopsies for diagnosing graft-vs-host disease or related diseases.
The fellowship program is designed to provide comprehensive and advanced training in all aspects of Gastrointestinal and Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary pathology including both neoplastic and non-neoplastic entities and cytopathology utilizing immunohistochemistry, fluorescent in situ hybridization and molecular pathology (pyrosequencing, sequenom, next generation sequencing, etc.).
The GI fellow’s responsibilities include inspection of specimen grossing, frozen section interpretation, complete evaluation and preparation of GI cases including review/consultation cases, and presentation for the tumor boards and intradepartmental conferences. The fellow is expected to be closely involved in the Anatomic Pathology departmental research activities. The fellow is expected to present the research activities at national and international meetings (USCAP, ASCP, CAP etc.), and to submit at least one manuscript for publication during the training period. The fellow is also expected to actively participate in the teaching of medical students, residents and visiting physicians. The fellow will be supervised and guided by the GI Pathology faculties. The Fellowship will consider optional elective time for the fellow to gain or strengthen experience in other specialties prior to the graduation based on the fellow’s performance and career development.
Director: Kun Jiang, MD, PhD; email@example.com
For further information, please contact:
Moffitt Cancer Center
12902 Magnolia Drive
Tampa, FL 33612
Fax: (813) 449-8798
Contact: Jackie Campbell- Jackie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Tampa, FL 33612
New Fellowship starting 2012. Wide spectrum of cases including liver, pancreas and transplantation
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Wide exposure to GI, liver, and pancreas specimens, with independent sign out responsibilities analogous to a junior staff member. Independent frozen section experience as well. The fellow is expected to be involved in clinical research. Presenting at clinical conferences and pathology conferences, including unknown conference for pathology residents, is expected.
Contact: Jaclyn Brogna - email@example.com
Boston, MA 02114
Combines diagnostic GI and liver pathology with general AP and research, over 20,000 GI and liver biopsies
Rochester, MN 55905
Specialized training in GI/Liver/Pancreas. See Website of MCW for further information.
Contact: Elizabeth Paradowski- firstname.lastname@example.org
Milwaukee, WI 53226
Specialized training in diagnostic pathology of gastrointestinal, pancreatic and hepatic neoplasms and non-neoplastic diseases, and opportunities for clinicopathologic and translational research. The program includes a three-month rotation in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical Center, where the case material includes a substantial amount of non-neoplastic gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology.
New York, NY 10065
Combines diagnostic pathology and research
New York, NY 10029
The Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Pathology Service of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston offers a one year program of non-ACGME accredited subspecialty training in gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology. During this time, fellows are given primary responsibility for examination and diagnosis of gastrointestinal and hepatic surgical pathology specimens. The gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology fellow must be board eligible and will function as a junior attending (credentialed as an instructor). Independent pathology signout component of the fellowship is contingent upon taking and passing the AP/CP or AP only examination given the by the American Board of Pathology and the assessment of the faculty. The Medical University of South Carolina Surgical Pathology Laboratory examines approximately 6,700 Gastrointestinal surgical pathology accessions and 1000 Liver surgical pathology accessions per year.
Charleston, SC 29425
One fellowship position. The program will include 44 weeks of education and training in diagnostic GI and hepatic pathology including understanding of molecular techniques and research training in the field of GI and hepatic pathology. Educational and research activities will take place in the Department of Pathology of the NYU School of Medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center. The diagnostic GI and hepatic pathology curriculum will comprise direct training in macroscopic and microscopic evaluation of GI and hepatic specimens including liver transplantation pathology. The program will include training in gross examination, frozen section interpretation, histopathologic diagnosis, and molecular pathology relevant to prognosis, prognostification, and therapeutic treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and liver. The fellow will attend and present cases at intradepartmental conferences including the weekly multidisciplinary GI oncological conference, tumor board, and liver transplantation pathology conference, and will participate in didactic presentations to the pathology residents.
Contact: Adrienne Dolginko- email@example.com
New York, NY 10016
The objective of this GI selective fellowship is to provide a rigorous diagnostic training opportunity in Gastrointestinal, Pancreatic and Hepatobiliary Pathology. This fellowship will enable the graduate to practice independent, competent sign out of gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgical pathology cases.
The Department of Pathology at Northwell Health has a high volume of gastrointestinal, pancreatic and hepatobiliary pathology cases. This case volume ranges in diversity from routine specimens to highly complex, unusual and challenging cases. Cases also include consultations from across the larger New York area as well as consultations on difficult cases from other peripheral hospitals within the health system. The annual GI pathology case volume is about 28,000 cases. There are eight full time gastrointestinal pathology fellowship trained pathologists. In addition to the clinical practice, the GI pathology subspecialty is significantly involved with pathology residency training, GI fellows teaching and interdisciplinary tumor boards.
Contact: Simone Gittens, Training Program Administrator- Sgittens@northwell.edu
New Hyde Park, NY 11042
Training in GI, liver and pancreas pathology with abundant opportunities in research
Contact: Courtney Saby- Courtney.Saby@osumc.edu
Columbus, OH 43210
Oregon Health & Science University
Gastrointestinal Pathology Fellowship 2023
Oregon Health & Science University Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is starting a new GI Pathology Fellowship. We are now accepting applications for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Our enthusiastic team of five GI Pathologists and wide range of complex GI specimens is ideal for an intensive fellowship experience, with an average caseload of 7,500 cases per year. The GI Pathology Fellow will spend equal time covering the GI Biopsy and GI Resection services, where they will gain proficiency in interpreting medical and transplant liver pathology, pancreaticobiliary pathology, and luminal GI tract pathology, including a high volume of consultative cases. 12 weeks of elective time in other subspecialty areas of surgical pathology, research, or other interests will be provided.
The GI Fellow will intermittently mentor Pathology Residents and Student Fellows who rotate through the GI services. Opportunities to present at clinical conferences are numerous, including weekly esophageal, pancreaticobiliary, and colorectal tumor boards, and bi-weekly liver correlation conferences. Fellows will participate in weekly departmental GI consensus conferences and monthly journal clubs. Research projects are easy to find and are encouraged.
Community: Located on a scenic hill overlooking vibrant downtown Portland, the OHSU campus is less than 90 minutes from Mt. Hood, the Columbia River Gorge, and the beautiful Oregon coast, providing endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. OHSU is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.
Requirements: Completion of Residency in Anatomic Pathology or Anatomic Pathology & Clinical Pathology
Stipends: The stipend is commensurate with the year of postgraduate training.
Program Director: Mary Wong, MD, MBA, Program Director, GI Pathology Fellowship
Applications: Please contact Stacey Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org to notify us of your interest. To apply submit your curriculum vitae, personal statement, an application form from our website. At least three letters of recommendation should also be submitted directly to Stacey via email by the letter writer.
Stacey Davis, Administrative Coordinator
OHSU Department of Pathology, SOM
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road, L113
Contact: Stacey Davis- email@example.com
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. The fellow will rotate between Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark, NJ and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ, both part of the RWJBarnabas Health System, as well as University Hospital in Newark which supports the only liver transplant center in New Jersey. 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 may also have the opportunity to sign out cases independently in the second half of the year after faculty approval.
Contact: Amy Jones- firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Newark, NJ 07103
Comprehensive fellowship training in adult and pediatric GI pathology, including hepatobiliary, pancreas, medical liver, and transplant. Rotations include consult service, junior attending GI sub-specialty sign-out, ancillary diagnostics (HER2, MMR, MSI, etc), junior attending frozen section, and clinical research. Participation in tumor boards is required.
Contact: Phyllis Bettencourt- firstname.lastname@example.org
Stanford, CA 94305
Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology Fellowship
Experience in diagnostic GI/liver pathology both at Fellow & Attending level, combined applied and/or basic research
Baltimore, MD 21231
Newly offered position. Includes GI, pancreatobiliary and liver pathology. Includes adult and pediatric endoscopic and resection specimens as well as exposure to endoscopic FNA. Faculty are 2 GI pathologists.
Tucson, AZ 85724-5108
This is a one-year fellowship program designed to provide an in-depth training in gastrointestinal (GI), liver and pancreaticobiliary pathology in the tradition of Dr. Klaus Lewin. The importance of clinicopathological interaction for optimal diagnostic interpretation is stressed. The program historically has had a well-defined core of responsibilities outlined for fellows and has also allowed considerable flexibility for fellows to develop clinical and academic skills important for their career. The program faculty consists of a group of surgical pathologists with extensive subspecialty expertise.
The GI pathology service handles over 10,000 cases per year. The liver and pancreaticobiliary pathology training is fortified by the exposure to hundreds of liver transplants, a wide variety of non-transplant related liver diseases and a large volume of pancreaticobiliary biopsies and resections; and by the close interaction with hepatologists, endoscopists, transplant surgeons, pancreaticobiliary surgeons, and radiologists. Pediatric and adult diseases in both neoplastic and non-neoplastic pathology are represented. Fellows are well-supervised with graded responsibility, which includes “junior attending” status as the goal. Signing-out privileges will be granted during the second half of fellowship year if fellows have demonstrated diagnostic excellence.
Fellows are required to organize, present and attend weekly and monthly conferences dedicated to GI, liver and pancreaticobiliary diseases with extensive clinical contact. There is also a variety of local educational conferences available. The program flexibility allows for research and teaching activities, or if desired, broader clinical experience by fellows. There is an academic fund for fellows to attend national meetings or for educational materials. Fellows are encouraged to present their research at national meetings.
Contact: Andrew Aldapa- AAldapa@mednet.ucla.edu
Los Angeles, California 90095
The University of California Davis offers a one-year GI/Liver Pathology fellowship which is designed to prepare the fellow as a diagnostic expert in the interpretation of GI, liver, and pancreatobiliary specimens, while also providing continued exposure to the other surgical pathology subspecialties. Expertise will include: gross examination, biopsy diagnosis/interpretation, appropriate work-up of cancer resections, and intra-operative consultations (frozen section interpretation). The fellow will develop an analytical approach to diagnosis, which includes the appropriate use of ancillary techniques (immunohistochemistry and molecular pathology). Training in this program will encompass consultation to health care staff, residents, pathologists and clinicians including tumor boards and other conferences. The fellow will also participate in departmental teaching activities for residents and medical students. At completion, the successful fellow will be able to demonstrate the knowledge, poise, maturity and communication skills to effectively function at the level of junior staff/faculty. The fellowship also includes the opportunity for junior attending sign-out experience (with full sign-out privileges), upon approval of the Fellowship Director.
Contact: Anna Schmidt- email@example.com
University of California San Diego (UCSD) Department of Pathology is located in beautiful Southern California at the Hillcrest Medical Center in San Diego and the UCSD medical campus in La Jolla, with new hospital facilities opening in La Jolla in the near future. We have a growing Division of Anatomic/Surgical Pathology with a large proportion of gastrointestinal specimens.
The Gastrointestinal Pathology Fellowship at UCSD is designed to provide rigorous diagnostic training with the opportunity for graduated, independent sign-out responsibilities for gastrointestinal, hepatic, and pancreaticobiliary surgical pathology cases. The program takes advantage of USCD’s large volume of diverse cases with a considerable proportion of high-complexity and esoteric cases, including but not limited to the categories of neoplastic and non-neoplastic GI mucosal biopsies and resections, liver explants, medical liver biopsies including transplant biopsies, pancreatic surgicals, and outside consultation cases. Areas of expertise are myriad and include inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, fatty liver disease, liver transplant pathology, and a variety of neoplastic diseases, including pancreatic cancer.
In addition, the Fellowship experience is enhanced by exposure to pediatric and community-based cases through participation in 2 elective rotation months at sites outside of the Division of Anatomic/Surgical Pathology that include Rady Children’s Hospital and Kaiser Pathology. To further strengthen training in academic gastrointestinal pathology, each Fellow is required to complete at least one clinicopathologic research project (clinical, translational, or basic science) related to gastrointestinal disease and will have close mentorship from the faculty.
Currently, the program supports one Fellow per year and is interviewing for positions starting in July 2014 and July 2015. The position is a 12 month commitment. The ideal candidate for the Fellowship is proactive, motivated, and demonstrates the ability to work well with a diverse team; has a great sense of humor, positive mental attitude, strong work ethic, and superb communication skills; and finally, demonstrates diagnostic rigor with attention to detail and has a record of academic interest and achievement.
Primary Fellowship Responsibilities:
– Prepare cases for GI and Liver subspecialty-based sign-out
– Present at Multidisciplinary Tumor Boards and conferences
– Teach rotating medical students and pathology residents
– Research a clinicopathologic topic related to gastrointestinal disease
– Review Consultation/Slide Review cases
– Perform intraoperative consultations (frozen section diagnosis)
– Develop sophistication in written and oral communication of diagnostic results
Contact: Ali Murtha- firstname.lastname@example.org
San Diego, CA 92103-8720
The Department of Pathology at the University of California, Irvine offers a one-year fellowship in gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology. This fellowship provides an intense and focused training in all aspects of gastrointestinal, liver, pancreas and biliary tract disease with opportunities for clinical research. The GI service (approximately 8,000 cases annually) includes full range of neoplastic and non-neoplastic conditions with special emphasis on inflammatory bowel diseases, colon cancers, gastric dysplasia/carcinoma, celiac disease and Barrett esophagus. We also have an active pancreas (more than 100 pancreatic resections/year) and liver (more than 250 biopsies and resections/year) service. The fellow will also be exposed to cytopathologic specimens from EUS guided aspirations from the GI and pancreato-biliary tracts.
The fellow participates in sign-out of GI and liver surgical and biopsy material, frozen sections and consultation cases. The fellow will preview all cases and even provide preliminary diagnosis to the clinicians. The position is structured for graduated responsibility to the level of junior faculty and sign out privileges may be granted during the second half of the fellowship. The fellow also takes few weeks of call during the year, as an acting attending on Surgical Pathology service. He/she will also supervise the gross room and teach rotating pathology residents. The fellow will be actively involved in resident teaching via interesting slide conferences and didactic lectures. The fellow also presents at the weekly GI/liver tumor board meetings. Funded research opportunities are available within the department and fellows will be expected to present their research at national meetings.
The University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing
inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected
veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.
Requirements and Stipend: Candidates are required to have successfully graduated from an ACGME accredited AP or AP/CP residency program. Stipend is comparable to that of other residents at this institution with equivalent years of training.
To apply, please send a letter of intent, CV and 3 letters of recommendation to (via email):
Vishal S. Chandan, MD
Clinical Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Director of Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology Fellowship
University of California, Irvine Medical Center
Diagnostic experience in GI, liver and pancreatic pathology based on an active extramural consult service and rich mix of in-house cases. Opportunities for clinical and basic reasearch are available.
Contact: Kelly McNeill, MSEd- Kelly.McNeill@ucsf.edu
Includes diagnostic gastrointestinal and liver pathology, including transplant, and clinical, translational, and basic science research opportunities
Chicago, IL 60637
The Department of Pathology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora, Colorado offers a one-year fellowship program in Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology based at the University of Colorado Hospital. The program design provides broad exposure to gastrointestinal, pancreaticobiliary, and hepatic surgical pathology. Over the last few years, our digestive disease service provides care for approximately 13,000 patients per year. Reflecting the broad scope, expertise, and growth of the institution’s related surgery, gastroenterology, hepatology, and liver transplant services, our group sees the entire range of medical and oncologic adult digestive diseases, including a top quartile amount and variety of pancreaticobiliary, hepatic, and liver transplant cases. Our University of Colorado Hospital is designated an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and a National Pancreas Foundation Center of Excellence. The current digestive disease surgical pathology faculty at the University of Colorado Hospital includes Drs. Jeffrey Kaplan, Erin Rubin, Christina Arnold, Tony Neto, Toby Cornish, Lindsey Westbrook, and Patrick Henn.
Rotating through the gastrointestinal, pancreaticobiliary, and hepatic surgical pathology services at the University of Colorado Hospital, the fellow will individually work-up cases in a self-directed manner and this will be closely followed with feedback and instruction obtained during the faculty’s regular clinical practice workflow. Elective time is available to complete research projects or rotate through other pathology subspecialties. Appropriate individuals may be offered the opportunity to progress during their fellowship year to an instructor-fellow position with sign-out privileges. Over the course of their time in the fellowship program, the fellow will be responsible for submitting at least an abstract for national presentation. Teaching is an important part of the fellowship program, and the fellow will be involved in the education of medical students, residents, and our clinical colleagues.
In addition to the core clinical practice outlined above, the fellow will be integrated into the services’ ancillary clinical activities. The fellow will participate in the core five weekly multidisciplinary clinical conferences for which we provide consultant services: Pancreaticobiliary Multidisciplinary Conference, Colorectal Cancer Multidisciplinary Conference, Esophagogastric Multidisciplinary Conference, Medical Liver Pathology Rounds, and Liver and Neuroendocrine Tumor Multidisciplinary Conference. Consultations are provided as needed for other clinical conferences, such as the Liver Transplant Selection Committee and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Conference. The fellow will participate in the daily Digestive Disease Case Consultation Conference within our department; at this daily conference, the gastrointestinal and liver pathology group presents and discusses challenging and interesting cases.
Aurora, CO 80045
Diagnostic experience in GI/hepatobillary pathology combined with training in investigative pathology
The GI Selective Fellowship will provide broad exposure to the evaluation of gastrointestinal, liver and pancreatic pathology.
Miami, FL 33136
Specialized training in GI, liver and pancreaticobiliary pathology; expectation that the fellow will become involved in clinical research
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-5602
Combines diagnostic GI and liver pathology and research, with diagnostic experience in first year and second year devoted to research
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Combines diagnostic GI pathology and research with the opportunity to develop skills in liver pathology, transplant pathology and molecular anatomic pathology. Both Fellow and Clinical Instructor options are available.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2582
The Division of Surgical Pathology at the University of Rochester Medical Center / Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York invites applicants for its Gastrointestinal / Hepatobiliary Fellowship.
The GI subspecialty service at URMC is a busy one and encompasses the breadth of GI and liver pathology. The University of Rochester is home to active groups of foregut surgeons, surgical oncologists and colorectal surgeons who care for patients with both neoplastic and medical diseases. In addition, we perform almost 28,000 GI biopsy examinations a year that also include both neoplastic and medical pathology. The liver transplant/hepatobiliary surgery program here is well established, having been in place for almost 20 years; we have an excellent relationship with their team of four surgeons. There are multiple interdisciplinary GI conferences at URMC (including GI oncology, hepatobiliary oncology, transplant and pediatric among others) in which fellows may actively participate.
If desired, fellows will have the opportunity to rotate through other subspecialty services or affiliated community hospitals. Sign out privileges are also anticipated for fellows with appropriate qualifications. Opportunities for collaborative translational research abound and departmental funds are available for projects as well as travel for presentation of results at a national meeting.
The University of Rochester is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
Rochester, NY 14642
The objectives of the fellowship is to acquire an in depth knowledge of gastrointestinal pathology (including liver and pancreas), its diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and handling of complex specimens and issues that arise in routine and speciality/referral practice. To achieve this, the fellow will rotate between 3 adjacent Hospitals all with different strengths within G.I. and liver pathology and will include pediatric GI and liver pathology as well as transplant pathology. Time is divided equally between all three rotations. At least one research project is to be carried out ideally utilizing material from all three sites. We will try to ensure that any particular interest is accommodated. The facilities at all three sites include histology, tissue microarrays, immunohistochemistry/ISH/FISH, gene microarrays and other standard molecular tests.
Toronto, ON M5J 2Z3
GI Pathology Fellowship
Advanced training in morphologic and molecular GI, pancreaticobiliary, and hepatic pathology. A research project is required. Sign out responsibilities possible for qualified trainees.
Contact: Ashleigh Mckensie - Fellowship Coordinator- email@example.com
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Seattle, WA 98195
Houston, TX 77030
A balanced mix of histopathology, endoscopy suite attendance, preparation for conferences and applied research designed to prepare the fellow for a reliable consultant to gastroenterologists.
Includes diagnostic gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary pathology, including transplant. Clinical, translational, and/or basic science research projects are encouraged.
Contact: Tapherine DeVany- firstname.lastname@example.org
Nashville, TN 37232
See Website of Wash U, Dept of Pathology and Immunology, Division of Anatomic and Molecular Pathology for further information.
Contact: Kim Green, Fellowship Program Coordinator- email@example.com
St. Louis, MO 63110
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine of Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC) offers a 1-year fellowship position in gastrointestinal pathology. Fellows must complete residency training in anatomic pathology and be certified (or eligible for certification) by the American Board of Pathology. The fellowship focuses on characterization of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, pancreas and liver. It emphasizes a multidisciplinary team approach to patient management as well as clinicopathologic and translational research. A wealth of interesting and challenging in-house and consultation case material is available for study, as are comprehensive slide study sets. The gastrointestinal pathology team is fully subspecialized and includes four full-time faculty members devoted exclusively to gastrointestinal, pancreatic, and hepatic pathology as well as additional faculty who participate on the service. Case material covers the full range of gastrointestinal diseases, including a substantial amount of non-neoplastic and transplant hepatic pathology. Fellows are encouraged to participate in a 2-month rotation at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center during the fellowship, as well as rotations through the endoscopy suite. Research opportunities are available through the Translational Research Core Facility under the supervision of attending faculty.
Contact: Jessica Pfeifer- firstname.lastname@example.org
New York, NY 10065
The fellowship program is at London Health Sciences Centre, London, Ontario, Canada.
Clinical service: The clinical service includes biopsy and resection specimens from the gastrointestinal tract, hepatobiliary system and pancreas (henceforth referred to as GI pathology). The material includes both in-house cases as well as consult material.
Research activity and publications: The fellow will be expected to participate in at least one on-going or new research project with the goal of publication, and where feasible, presentation at a national or international meeting.
Objectives: The overall objective is to educate the fellow such that he/she leaves the fellowship as an independent consultant GI/liver pathologist, having gained the necessary knowledge, technical skills, professionalism and diagnostic expertise required to function in this role.
Teaching: The fellow will participate in the teaching of residents, predominantly those doing GI pathology rotations. This will include the supervision of residents in grossing GI and liver specimens. The fellow will also participate in teaching residents at the Academic Half Day or Subspecialty Teaching Rounds. Medical student teaching may also be included.
Interaction with pathologists’ assistants: The fellow will be the primary resource person for pathologists’ assistants requiring guidance when grossing GI and liver specimens.
Daily case sign-out activities: The fellow will be responsible for reviewing gross and microscopic features of gastrointestinal and liver pathology cases and for writing diagnostic reports. For challenging cases, the fellow is expected to conduct appropriate literature searches. All cases will be reviewed by the supervising pathologist prior to sign-out.
Consults: The fellow will be responsible for reviewing all consult cases, working these up and constructing a report, in conjunction with the case pathologist.
Rounds and case conferences:
The fellow will be responsible for presenting cases at GI Clinical Teaching Rounds, Multidisciplinary Case Conferences, GI MDT Rounds, GI Team Rounds and Noon Rounds.
Independent sign-out and frozen section service: It is expected and highly desirable that the fellow participates in independent sign-out, typically in the latter half of the fellowship. Similarly, the fellow would be expected to participate in the departmental frozen section service. This is predicated on the need for appropriate licensure from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.
Evaluation: The fellow will be evaluated using the in-training evaluation report form on the One45 system, as per that used for residents in the program. Evaluations will be every 3 months. The fellow will also be encouraged to evaluate the fellowship program.
Specialized training in GI and liver pathology; opportunity for clinical and/or basic research experience
New Haven, CT 06520-8023