CITY OF HOPE NATIONAL MEDICAL CENTER- ACGME HEMATOPATHOLOGY FELLOWSHIP
Opening for 2023-2024
Fellowship Program at City of Hope is designed for fellows interested
in an immersive hematopathology experience suitable for academic careers
or community practice. Supporting one of the largest bone marrow transplantation
programs in the United States, and enjoying very active clinical and
consultation services, the program evaluates more than 3,000 diagnostic
specimens involving peripheral blood, bone marrow, lymph nodes and extranodal
biopsies each year.
The first fellowship year is ACGME accredited
and focuses on diagnostic hematopathology. Fellows are paired on clinical
diagnostic services with one of over eight hematopathology attending
faculty. Didactic lectures, slide seminars, patient care conferences,
bimonthly research meetings and a journal club round out the educational
experience. During the second year, fellows focus on their research
projects and participate as instructors with opportunities for independent
hematopathology case sign out within the division.
• Nine hematopathologists dedicated to the education of the fellows
• State-of-the-art-facilities with in-house immunohistochemistry, molecular
and next generation sequencing
• Daily consensus conferences and
weekly didactics by faculty
• 3,000 diagnostic specimens, including
peripheral blood, bone marrow, flow cytometry and lymph nodes
fellowship (1st year ACGME accredited, 2nd year research focus)
Emphasis on scholarly activities, publications and participation in
Salary and Benefits:
Pay is commensurate with level
Medical, dental, disability, & life insurance
of vacation/sick pay
Book/study materials fund
Karl Gaal, M.D.
Applications: Please visit our website for a
complete checklist and more information
and inquiries should be addressed to the program coordinator:
Training Program Administrator
Candidates must be in good standing in an ACGME
accredited program in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, (or equivalent
program in Canada recognized by American Board of Pathology) and be
eligible for Pathology Boards and a California medical license upon
completion of residency training.
AP/CP BOARD CERTIFIED PATHOLOGIST
Openings in Southern California
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AP/CP board certified pathologist, must have strong skills in general
surgical pathology, with preferred additional fellowship training in
either hematopathology, gynecologic pathology, dermatopathology, gastrointestinal
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