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GYNECOLOGIC PATHOLOGY FELLOWSHIP
2024-2025 Academic Year



The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is currently accepting applications for a one-year, non-ACGME accredited fellowship in Gynecologic Pathology, for the 2024-2025 academic year.

The fellowship is intended to foster the development of strong diagnostic skills and up-to-date training in clinically relevant pathologic aspects for practice in both the academic and community setting. The fellow will spend the majority of their time on the gynecological pathology service. Placental and perinatal pathology, with opportunities for fetal examinations and newborn surgical pathology, are included. The importance of clinic-pathological interaction is stressed, with the fellow participating in tumor board and multi-disciplinary conferences. The fellow participates in daily sign-out and service work-related activities, including overseeing residents on the gynecologic pathology services.

All fellows also spend one rotation as a frozen section/gross room supervisor at The Ronald Regan UCLA Medical Center and complete a one-month general surgical pathology rotation at Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center.

Fellows will have the opportunity to independently sign-out clinical cases and perform intraoperative/frozen section consultations. There will be a proctoring process in place to determine the fellow’s readiness to have these clinical privileges.

When on JA-WH or JA-GYN rotations, the fellow will assist and supervise residents with fetopsies and evaluation of D&E specimens from second trimester terminations for congenital anomalies. While accommodating other responsibilities, we will try to prioritize fellow involvement in the gross dissection and

organ review, microscopic examination, and oversight and report editing of the residents’ reports. The fellows will also be notified of newborn surgical specimens on the GI, Heart-Lung, and GU services, so that they may participate at the time of sign-out or with subsequent review of these cases.


For more information and to apply, please click on the following link and follow the instructions:

https://www.uclahealth.org/departments/pathology/education/fellowship-programs/non-acgme-fellowshipprograms/non-acgme-fellowship-application-requirements 

Program Directors:

Surgical Pathology Fellowship Directors:
Steven Hart, MD
David Y. Lu, M

Gynecologic Pathology Service Chief:
Neda Moatamed, MD D

Inquiries should be addressed to the program coordinator:
Andrew Aldapa
Telephone: 310-206-1770
Email: aaldapa@mednet.ucla.edu 




GENITOURINARY PATHOLOGY FELLOWSHIP
2025-2026 Academic Year



The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is currently accepting applications for a one-year, non-ACGME accredited fellowship in Genitourinary (GU) Pathology, for the 2025-2026 academic year.

The fellowship will foster the development of strong diagnostic skills with up-to-date training that will prepare the fellow for practice in either the academic or community setting with specialized expertise in GU Pathology. The fellow will participate in all aspects of the GU Pathology service, including handling and work-up of daily cases, presenting at conferences and tumor boards, as well as supervision of on service residents. The fellow may also participate in teaching activities, including: 1) serving as Junior Attending; 2) presenting GU pathology lectures to pathology and urology trainees; and 3) GU lab sessions for medical students.

Ample opportunities for research projects are available with options to present at local and national conferences.

All fellows spend one rotation as a frozen section/gross room supervisor at The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and complete a one-month general surgical pathology rotation at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center.

Fellows will have the opportunity to independently sign-out clinical cases and perform intraoperative/frozen section consultations. There will be a proctoring process in place to determine the fellow’s readiness to have these clinical privileges.


For more information and to apply, please click on the following link and follow the instructions:

https://www.uclahealth.org/departments/pathology/education/fellowship-programs/non-acgme-fellowshipprograms/non-acgme-fellowship-application-requirements 

Program Directors:

Surgical Pathology Fellowship Directors:
Steven Hart, MD 
David Y. Lu, MD

Genitourinary Pathology Service Chief:
Anthony Sisk, DO

Inquiries should be addressed to the program coordinator:
Andrew Aldapa
Telephone: 310-206-1770
Email: aaldapa@mednet.ucla.edu 




CARDIOVASCULAR & PULMONARY PATHOLOGY FELLOWSHIP
2025-2026 Academic Year



The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is currently accepting applications for a one-year, non-ACGME accredited fellowship in Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Pathology, for the 2025-2026 academic year.

UCLA is a leading center of clinical practice and research in cardiac and pulmonary transplantation, congenital heart disease, and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, and is a center of excellence in lung cancer and interstitial lung diseases. The fellow will participate in the diagnostic pathology related to these programs, and other scholarly activities including teaching and research. The fellow will have the option of participating in both (cardiovascular/pulmonary) subspecialty services during the training period.

Fellows also spend one month as a frozen section/gross room supervisor at The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and complete a general surgical pathology rotation at Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center.

Fellows will have the opportunity to independently sign-out clinical cases and perform intraoperative/frozen
section consultations. There will be a proctoring process in place to determine the fellow’s readiness to  have these clinical privileges.


For more information and to apply, please click on the following link and follow the instructions:

https://www.uclahealth.org/departments/pathology/education/fellowship-programs/non-acgme-fellowshipprograms/non-acgme-fellowship-application-requirements 

Program Directors:

Surgical Pathology Fellowship Directors:
Steven Hart, MD
David Y. Lu, MD

Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Pathology Service Chief:
Gregory Fishbein, MD

Inquiries should be addressed to the program coordinator:
Andrew Aldapa
Telephone: 310-206-1770
Email: aaldapa@mednet.ucla.edu