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Institution Program Director Positions Available Duration Specific Program Requirements Training Opportunities for International Pathologists If Yes, How Long?

University of Washington


325 9th Ave

Seattle, WA 98104

Maria Tretiakova, MD, PhD

mariast@uw.edu

206-897-4294

 1  1 Year

Applicants are expected to have completed the training required for certification in Anatomic Pathology by the American Board of Pathology.

http://www.pathology.washington.edu/education/fellowship-gu

 No  

University of Alabama at Birmingham


1802 6th Avenue South

Birmingham, AL

Cristina Magi-Galluzzi, MD, PhD

cmagigalluzzi@uabmc.edu

205-996-6577

 1  1 Year AP/CP pathology training
 Yes Up to one year. 

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


1550 Orleans Street, CRB2 Rm

144 Baltimore MD 21231

Angelo M. De Marzo MD, Phd

ademarz@jhmi.edu

443-415-2086

 1  1 Year

Trained pathologist with interest in

prostate cancer

1 year, with potential for 2nd

 No We usually do, but right now we cannot!

Northwestern Memorial Hospital


251 E Huron St

Feinberg Pavilion, Ste 7-338, Chicago, IL 60611

Ximing J. Yang, MD, PhD

xyang@northwestern.edu

312-926-3213

 1  1 Year    No  

Stanford University Medical Center


300 Pasteur Dr, L235

Department of Pathology, Stanford, CA 94305

Chia-Sui (Sunny) Kao, MD

ckao2@stanford.edu

650-723-8824

 1  1 Year 3 yrs AP or 4 yrs AP/CP  No  

Charles University Hospital and Medical Faculty


Alej Svobody 80

Ondrej Hes

hes@biopticka.cz

+420377104643

 1  1 Year We do not provide classic fellowship; shorter stays, up to 3 months. No specific requirements, just passion for GU pathology.  Yes Up to 3 months.

Johns Hopkins Medicine


401 N Broadway St Rm 2242 Baltimore MD 21287

Jonathan Epstein

jepstein@jhmi.edu

410-955-5043

 3  1 Year 3 letters of recommendation  Yes 1 year but must be self-funded.

Indiana University Department of Pathology


350 W 11th Street Room 4010

Liang Cheng, MD

Lcheng@iupui.edu

 3  1 Year    Yes Please contact the Program Director.

Moffitt Cancer Center


12902 USF Magnolia Drive Tampa, FL 33612

Jasreman Dhillon

Associate member

jasreman.dhillon@moffitt.org

 1  1 Year It is a combined GU+GYN Path Fellowship  Yes 1-2 months as international visiting scholars

Hospital General San Juan

de Dios


1a Avenida 10-50 Zona 1

Guatemala City, Guatemala

Roberto Orozco, MD

roberto.orozco@yahoo.com

5025204 4404

 1  1 Year

4 years of anatomical pathology training

A proposal for a research project

 No Only a rotation of 3 months

Yale School of Medicine



Peter Humphrey

314-326-8777

 1  1 Year Previous ACGME Pathology Residency Training    
Brigham and Women's Hospital

Dr. Michelle S. Hirsch, Chief Genitourinary Pathology Division, Associate Professor of Pathology Harvard, Medical School

mhirsch1@bwh.harvard.edu

617-5252-7256

 1  1 Year Completion of an AP pathology residency; USMLE required (unless native Canadian)    

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center


Department of Pathology

1275 York Avenue

New York NY 10065

Satish Tickoo, MBBS, MD

tickoos@mskcc.org

212-639-6415

 2   1 Year Applicants must have completed at least 2 years of training in Anatomic Pathology at an accredited American or Canadian Hospital training program and be eligible for certification or certified by the American Board of Pathology  Yes Only as observers in the department; time variable

University of Calgary, Rockyview General Hospital


7007-14st SW

Calgary, AB T2V1P9

Asli Yilmaz, MD

Asli.Yilmaz@albertaprecisionlabs.ca

403-943-3630

 1   1 Year Completion of Anatomic Pathology residency training program  Yes Yes, if a position is available and not filled that year, provided that the trainee has an external funding. The time period of the training can be customized to the needs of the trainee which be structured towards an additional GU expertise

University of Chicago Medical Center


5841 South Maryland Avenue

Chicago, IL

Gladell P. Paner, MD

Gladell.paner@uchospitals.edu

773-834-7708

 1  1 Year A minimum of three years' training in anatomic pathology or four years' training that combines anatomic and clinical pathology. The candidate must be able to obtain an Illinois medical license.    

UT Southwestern Medical Center


Clements University Hospital

6201 Harry Hines Boulevard Dallas , TX 75390

Payal Kapur, MD

payal.kapur@utsouthwestern.edu

214-633-6343

 1  1 Year Interest in GU pathology Yes 
1-2 years

Mount Sinai Hospital,

Icahn School of Medicine

1468 Madison Avenue

New York NY 

Fadi Salem, MD

liliatuva@gmail.com

610-348-7321

 1  1 Year Combined renal pathology and GU pathology fellowship training  Yes 1 Year

Weill Cornell Medicine


1300 York Avenue

New York, NY 10065

Juan Miguel Mosquera, MD, MSc

jmm9018@med.cornell.edu

212-746-2700

 1 1-2 Years 4-year Anatomic Pathology/Clinical Pathology residency or 3 years of a straight Anatomic Pathology residency  Yes 1-2 years of Research Fellowship SPORE Prostate Cancer or Precision Medicine under Dept. of Pathology.

Cleveland Clinic


9500 Euclid Ave, L25

Cleveland, OH 44195

Christopher Przybycin, MD

przybyc@ccf.org

216-337-3360

Please contact Rosanne Kelley for details:

RKELLEY@ccf.org

 1  1 Year Prior surgical pathology fellowship preferred, but not required  No  

University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)


10833 La Conte Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90095

Huihui Ye, MD, Associate Professor

hye@mednet.ucla.edu

310-794-7495

 2  1 Year UCLA currently offers a combined Surgical Pathology and GU fellowship; 1 year GU fellowship may be considered upon request  Yes Half a year to one year.

Bioptical Laboratory L.T.D.


Mikulášské náměstí 4, 30460

Plzeň Czech Republic

Prof. Dr. Michal Michal

michal@medima.cz

+420603886633

 1  2 Years    Yes Various

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Shadyside Hospital 5230 Center Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15232

Gabriela M. Quiroga-Garza, MD

quirogagarzag@upmc.edu

412-623-3002

 1  1 Year Three years of anatomic pathology experience are required    

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

1515 Holcombe Unit 85

Houston, TX 77030

Patricia Troncoso, MD, Professor of Pathology

ptroncos@mdanderson.org

713-794-5449


For additional information contact:

Program manager Kareen Chin

kechin@mdanderson.org

713-792-3108

 2  1 Year Candidate must hold either a M.D./D.O. degree or its foreign equivalent, along with valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). Completed an AP or AP/CP residency in the U.S. or Canada. Passed each step/part/level of a licensure examination (i.e. USMLE or COMLEXii) within three (3) attempts. Be board certified or board eligible for Texas medical permit. Meet all institutional employment requirements. The J-1 visa is required visa for international physician trainees requiring visa sponsorship. The J-1 visa is sponsored by the Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG).  Yes 1-12 months

University of Rochester Medical Center

601 Elmwood Ave, Box 626

Jerome Jean-Gilles Jr., MD

Jerome_Jeangilles@URMC.Rochester.edu

585-273-1178

 1  1 Year Applicants must be board certified or eligible in Anatomic Pathology or Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and be eligible for a license to practice medicine in New York State  Yes 1 Year

Vanderbilt University Medical Center


1161 21st Avenue

South Nashville, TN 37232

Jennifer Gordetsky MD

jennifer.b.gordetsky@vumc.org

 1 1 yearApplicants are expected to have completed the training required for certification in Anatomic Pathology by the American Board of Pathology No  



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