The Hematopathology Fellowship Program at Emory University School of Medicine is an academically-oriented one-year program emphasizing clinical experience and research activity. The year incorporates rotations in morphologic evaluation of blood and bone marrow, lymph node, and extranodal tissues, flow cytometric and immunohistochemical immunophenotyping, cytogenetics/FISH and molecular diagnostics, hemoglobinopathies, coagulation, and laboratory management, as well as elective time for research projects. Aggregate annual volumes at our adult and pediatric facilities include approximately 3,500 cases for morphologic assessment, 4,000 cases for flow cytometric immunophenotyping, and 3,500 cases for cytogenetic and molecular diagnostics evaluation. Busy hematopoietic stem cell transplantation and fine needle aspiration services ensure variety and growth of the workload. Training emphasizes interpretation and integration of the spectrum of diagnostic testing in hematopathology. Fellows assume graduated clinical service responsibilities and participate in tumor boards and teaching residents, medical students, and laboratory staff.
Up to 2 ACGME-accredited fellowship positions are available each year.
USMLE Step 3, Georgia medical license; applicants must have completed the requirements of the American Board of Pathology for AP/CP, AP, or CP.
To apply to the Hematopathology Fellowship:
- Complete CAP Fellowship Application
- Current Curriculum Vitae
- Personal Statement
- Three Letters of Recommendation (addressed to David Jaye, MD, Hematopathology Fellowship Program Director)
- Copy of USMLE Results (Step 1, Step 2CS, Step 2CK, and Step 3)
COMLEX Results (Level 1, Level 2, Level 2 PE, and Level 3)
- Copy of ECFMG Certificate (if you are an International Graduate)
- Submit complete package to:
If additional help is needed, contact:
Serita Phillips, MSW
Pathology Education Coordinator
Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Emory University Hospital, Room H185-E
1364 Clifton Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30322