Gynecological Pathology Fellowship

Gynecological Pathology Fellowship

 

Fellowship in Gynecologic Pathology


Program Overview

This post-residency fellowship emphasizes gynecologic pathology in the context of general surgical pathology.  This one year experience will provide in-depth exposure to consultation, referral and routine diagnostic material.  In addition, the fellow will actively participate in clinical conferences, teach residents and be expected to participate in ongoing translational research utilizing the outstanding faculty and resources of the University of Virginia.

Fellowship Requirements

Applicants should be Board certified or eligible in AP or AP/CP.


Number of positions: 1                         Open Positions: 2013:  1


Facilities: The Department of Pathology provides an extensive training resource based on annual accessions (including extramural consultations) of over 27,000 surgicals and over 30,000 cytologies, including approximately 1,200 fine needle aspirations.  More than 5000 surgical specimens are in the area of gynecologic pathology.  Excellent intradepartmental laboratories including immuno-histochemistry, molecular biology, tissue procurement and others provide all the necessary support for research productivity.


Stipend: Commensurate with the applicant's postgraduate training in pathology.


Applications: Interested candidates should submit the Universal Application, current CV, 3 letters of recommendation, personal statement, medical school transcript and a copy of the USMLE transcript. The application and all supporting materials should be received by November 1st of the year prior to which one is applying and addressed to:

 

          Mark H. Stoler, M.D.,
          Professor, Associate Director of Surgical Pathology and Cytopathology
          Department of Pathology
          University of Virginia Health System
          1215 Lee Street, P.O. Box 800214
          Charlottesville, VA 22908-0214.

Phone - (434) 982-0284 • Fax - (434) 924-9492 • E-mail - mhs2e@virginia.edu

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