This ACGME-accredited program provides advanced training for physicians who wish to subspecialize in clinical microbiology. Comprehensive training is provided in bacteriology, antimicrobial testing, anaerobic bacteriology, molecular diagnostics, mycobacteriology, mycology, parasitology, serology and virology. Fellows actively participate in the diagnostic activities of these sections and participate in rounds and conferences of the Section and of the Infectious Diseases Services of the Departments of Medicine, Pediatrics and Infection Control.
Fellows are an active participant in management of the laboratories and consults with clinicians relative to use of the laboratory and interpretation of results. During the one-year fellowship the trainee is expected to pursue a research project or projects. Research interests include enteric and anaerobic bacterial diseases, antimicrobial testing, infections in immunocompromised patients, fungi, Pneumocystis, free-living amoebae, rapid methods and instrumentation, and molecular diagnostics of infectious diseases.
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Candidates must be qualified for certification or certified in clinical pathology or combined anatomic pathology-clinical pathology or infectious diseases and must hold (or be eligible for) a permanent license to practice medicine in the State of Indiana.
If candidates are not citizens of the US, they must hold a valid visa. Stipends are commensurate with the year of postgraduate training in pathology.
To apply, applicants should complete the CAP Standard Fellowship application and email it, along with their CV and personal statement, to Beverly Jarrett, pathology fellowship coordinator. Letters of recommendation should be addressed to:
Dr. Christopher Emery, MD
IU Health Pathology Laboratory
350 W 11th Street, Rm 6027
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Jan 30, 2023