The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine of NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine offers a one-year ACGME-approved Hematopathology Fellowship under the directorship of Julia Geyer, MD. A second year may be available to qualified fellows who are interested in devoting the majority of the additional year to research. The fellowship is designed to prepare individuals for an academic career in hematopathology.
During their training, fellows are responsible for the clinical diagnostic service of the Hematopathology Laboratory, where they learn an integrated morphologic, immunologic, and molecular approach to the diagnosis and classification of hematopoietic neoplasms. Fellows have the opportunity to master the complete range of flow cytometric, immunohistochemical, cytogenetic, and molecular biologic techniques.
Fellows are also able to evaluate nearly 5,000 in-house adult and pediatric specimens and an additional 800 hematologic malignancies submitted for consultation from outside institutions. The exceptional mixture of cases analyzed assures a broad and diverse exposure to lymphoid neoplasms as well as bone marrow and spleen pathology.
Fellows usually participate in one or more clinical and/or basic science research projects, for which ample opportunities exist both within the Hematopathology Division and through collaborative projects with other laboratories within or outside of Weill Cornell.
Requirements: Candidates must have completed a four-year Anatomic Pathology/Clinical Pathology residency or three years of a straight Anatomic Pathology residency.
NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine only accepts J1 visas for all fellowships.
Types and Numbers of Appointments: Two positions are available each academic year.
Facilities: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is the major clinical affiliate and teaching hospital of Weill Cornell Medicine. NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine, an 824-bed facility, is centrally located in a collaborative medical community that includes the Hospital for Special Surgery, Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and The Rockefeller University.
Community: Weill Cornell is located in a beautiful residential neighborhood along the East River in Manhattan, within walking distance of Central Park and the midtown entertainment and shopping areas. Attractions include major museums, concert halls, theaters, and an opera house, all of which are easily accessible.
Faculty: Julia Geyer, MD (Program Director), Ethel Cesarman, MD, PhD, Amy Chadburn, MD, Giorgio G. Inghirami, MD, Michael Kluk, MD, PhD, Susan Mathew, PhD, Madhu Ouseph, MD, PhD, Sanjay Patel, MD, Paul Simonson, MD, PhD, and Wayne Tam, MD, PhD.
Dates and deadlines (for 2022-2023 fellowship year):
September 30, 2020 - Deadline for receipt of completed application (including recommendation letters) from candidates. Please note that we have a rolling admissions policy, therefore, we strongly encourage interested candidates to apply as early as possible.
On or before December 30, 2020 - Issuance of formal offers (12:00pm EST)
Stipends: Salaries are commensurate with the level of post-graduate training.
Please arrange to have three letters of recommendation to be uploaded by the letter writer.
Please arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to us via email to email@example.com. The letters should be addressed to:
Dr. Julia Geyer – Director, Hematopathology
Weill Cornell Medicine/New York Presbyterian Hospital
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
1300 York Ave, C-302
New York, NY 10065
Attn: Ms. Elizabeth Hammerschmidt
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