The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison WI is offering a one-year GI and Liver Surgical Pathology Subspecialty Fellowship with an appointment as a Clinical Instructor beginning July 1, 2022. This is a non-AGCME certified fellowship.
This fellowship provides one full year of advanced training in diagnostic gastrointestinal, liver, pancreaticobiliary, and transplant pathology. Cases include a wide spectrum of non-neoplastic, neoplastic, and allograft pathology received from the state-of-the-art UW Health Hepatobiliary Oncologic and Transplantation Surgical Services and the Digestive Health Center (approximately 18,500 GI cases annually, including 450 medical/allograft liver biopsies, 250 extramural consultations, and 575 pediatric GI cases).
The GI and Liver pathology fellow participates on the GI/Liver subspecialty services, undergoes a frozen section ‘hot seat’ rotation in general pathology and presents at 4 regional multidisciplinary tumor boards (pancreaticobiliary, colorectal, liver transplant and molecular), the medical liver biopsy conference and AP/ GI-liver journal club. Based on the evaluation of the candidate’s proficiency and performance, there may be opportunities for independent sign out and resident/medical student teaching. Elective time is also available, and the fellow is highly encouraged to participate in translational research projects related to GI and liver pathology, utilizing the services of the fully equipped TRIP labs. Overall, the fellowship is aimed at developing academic and leadership skills to thrive as an expert in GI/Liver pathology, in either academic medicine or private practice with a subspecialty focus.
In order to be eligible for this Fellowship at University of Wisconsin-Madison, candidates must have
The University of Wisconsin–Madison (also known as the University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin, UW, UW–Madison, or simply Madison) is a public research university in Madison, Wisconsin. Its academic programs include 136 undergraduate majors, 148 master’s degree programs, and 120 doctoral programs. A major contributor to Wisconsin’s economy, the university is the largest employer in the state, with over 21,600 faculty and staff. The UW is one of America’s Public Ivy universities and is Carnegie classified as an R1 Doctoral Research University, denoting very high research activity
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