Hematopathology Fellowship

Hematopathology Fellowship

The program is designed to complement the existing Residency Training Program in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology within the Department of Pathology. The fellow will be exposed to the full range of hematopathology including bone marrow biopsy and aspirate morphology, lymph node biopsy interpretation, body fluid and peripheral blood smear morphology, flow cytometric immunophenotyping, immunohistochemistry, molecular pathology, and coagulation. Hematopathology faculty members and the hematopathology fellow work in close collaboration with our clinical hematology/oncology faculty at the Cardinal Bernadin Cancer Center to provide a comprehensive, integrated learning experience.

As the diagnostic consultants in a robust multidisciplinary leukemia & lymphoma treatment team at Loyola, we read over 1200 bone marrow specimens including 150-200 lymph node biopsy specimens over a year.

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It is available to qualified, licensed pathologists who are board-eligible or diplomates of the American Board of Pathology in anatomic and/or clinical pathology.

How To Apply:

We are currently accepting applicants for fellowship cycle 2021-2022 (unexpected opening) and 2022-2023 onwards. For initial application we will need three letters of recommendation, Step III results, and a CV. Please forward the following items to the attention of Ela Stekala by October 16th.

  • Current CV with personal statement,
  • Completed application form,
  • Two (2) wallet size photographs,
  • Official Graduate School/Medical School transcripts,
  • Copy of Graduate School/Medical School Diploma, if awarded.

Foreign medical graduates must have a medical degree from a school listed in the World Health Organization Director of Medical Schools, have fulfilled all educational requirements to practice medicine in the country where the degree was obtained, and hold a valid license for same

Three (3) Letters of Recommendation from clinical faculty members addressed to the Program Director, Milind Velankar, MD, Sample of writing skills (i.e. abstracts, articles, etc.), if available

Copy of valid license to practice (if available), USMLE Scores, I, II, and III-All foreign medical graduates must provide copies of: A valid ECFMG Certificate,

A valid VISA or proof of U.S. Citizenship (we sponsor J1 visas only.

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    Oct 06, 2021

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