Goals: Foundational education, hands-on experience, and translational research opportunities using pathologic basis of disease to inform diagnosis, therapy, prevention, and research.
Opportunity: Year-long fellowship with flexible start date: January 1, April 1 or July 1.
Applicants: Medical students who have completed their principle clinical experience are preferred. Students at other stages (e.g. post pre-clinical experience) will be considered on an individual basis. Students both with and without a long-term career interest in Pathology are likely to find this Fellowship valuable.
Curriculum: In order to develop a robust understanding of disease mechanisms, the tools and consequences of pathologic diagnosis, and how pathologists collaborate with caregivers, Student Fellows will be exposed to the entire spectrum of anatomic pathology and clinical laboratory services, including advanced molecular diagnostics. Student Fellows will assume similar training and responsibilities as Residents in Pathology, including frozen sections and autopsies, body fluid analysis, management of transfusion donors and recipients, clinical laboratory management, and participation in teaching and service conferences. Student Fellows will rotate as a team through core general services and will also experience several of the sub-specialty services with an opportunity to focus on areas of particular interest. A typical program will involve 6 months of Anatomic Pathology, and 3 months of Clinical Pathology (Laboratory Medicine), including a rotation in Molecular Diagnostics.
Student Fellows will have a three-month opportunity for a clinical-translational research project to be pursued with a BWH Pathology faculty mentor. The Student Fellows will also have the opportunity to present their work at a national pathology meeting (e.g., USCAP, ACLPS), sponsored by the BWH Department of Pathology.
Stipend: $35,568 annually.
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Sneha Gupta, West Virginia University School of Medicine
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Kolin M. Meehan, West Virginia University School of Medicine
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Saagar Jadeja, MD, Drexel University
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Iny Jhun, Harvard Medical School
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Aaron Cohen, MD, Harvard Medical School
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Kavita Goyal, MD, Drexel University
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Jonathan Lee, MD, Harvard Medical School
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Matthew Torre, MD, Harvard Medical School
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Applicants should have a strong interest in academic medicine, and an excellent fund of clinical knowledge. Applications should include:
Complete applications should be sent to Dr. Richard Mitchell, c/o Department of Pathology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, 75 Francis Street, Boston, MA 02115; email@example.com
Rick Mitchell, BWH Pathology
For over a century, a leader in patient care, medical education and research, with expertise in virtually every specialty of medicine and surgery.