The Department of Pathology offers a one year non-ACGME accredited General Surgical Pathology Fellowship with one position available annually. The fellowship is based at Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, an academic tertiary-care medical center with an ongoing accredited AP/CP pathology residency program.
Under the direction of David J. Cimbaluk, MD, the fellowship is intended to provide an advanced training experience with combined exposure to core rotations as well as targeted exposure to one or more pathology subspecialties in elective rotations. The core rotations in general surgical pathology include breast, lung, endocrine, derm, GYN, GI, liver and GU. The subspecialties available for elective rotations include these and molecular, renal and heme path. Our department has a large volume of cases (about 40,000 surgical and 11,000 cytology cases per year) signed out by expert subspecialty pathologists.
For more information about the program, kindly visithttps://www.rushu.rush.edu/rus...
The fellowship applicant should have completed residency training in anatomical pathology or anatomical and clinical pathology from an ACGME accredited Program and be either certified or eligible for certification by the American Board of Pathology before the beginning of the fellowship.
The fellowship application includes a completed application form (available online), a curriculum vitae with a personal statement and three letters of recommendation.
Please send inquires and a fellowship application form to the following:
Manager, Residency and Fellowship Programs
Department of Pathology
1750 W. Harrison St.
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: (312) 942-5471
Email: [email protected]
Aug 31, 2021