Breast and Gynecologic Pathology Fellowship

Faculty

Rebeca Alvarez, MD, MSPH

Assistant Professor | Director, Breast & Gynecologic Pathology Fellowship

Ayumi Corn, MD

Ayumi Corn, MD

Clinical Instructor

Rochelle L. Garcia, MD

Professor | Director, Gynecologic Pathology

Eric C. Huang, MD, PhD

Associate Professor | Director, Cytopathology Service | Program Director, Cytopathology Fellowship

Elizabeth U. Parker, MD

Assistant Professor | Associate Program Director Pathology Residency

Daniel J. Reiter, MD

Daniel J. Reiter, MD

Acting Instructor

Christina Isacson, MD

Clinical Professor

Mark Kilgore, MD

Associate Professor | Director, Breast Pathology | Director, DLMP Residency Program | Director, Gross and Frozen Room Laboratories

Description

The UWMC breast and gynecologic services are both busy services which attract patients from the Pacific NW and Alaska. The fellow is involved in every aspect of these services including teaching junior residents, and sign out (primarily consults). Fellows organize and present breast tumor boards twice a week and gynecologic tumor boards weekly. Involvement in research projects is strongly encouraged. 2 positions/year

Program Goals and Objectives

Typical Schedule

Requirements

Prospective candidates are anticipated to have fulfilled the training prerequisites for certification in Anatomic Pathology as mandated by the American Board of Pathology. This requirement may be waived by the Fellowship Selection Committee for exceptionally qualified international graduate applicants with ECFMG certification.

Program Aims

  • Provide in depth experience in diagnostic breast and gynecologic pathology and develop expertise in these fields with graduated responsibility in case management in order to prepare for either private practice or academic breast and gynecologic pathology.
  • Develop at least one investigational area of interest in breast or gynecologic pathology. Develop expertise while preparing for and presenting at multi-disciplinary conferences with the goal of presenting comfortably independently.
  • Become familiar with practice management and QA by participating in CAP inspections and Quality control meetings, including presenting at Quality control meetings.

Stipend & Benefits

Appointment is for one year. Stipend and benefits are based on the schedule for residents at an equivalent level. Fellows are encouraged to apply for extramural funding if additional research training is desired.

For More Information

Rebeca Alvarez, MD
Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology
University of Washington
Box 356100
Seattle, WA 98195-6100

Application & Instructions for Pathology Fellowships
We do not accept the APC Standard Application Form

Applications: Currently accepting for AY25

If you have questions or problems, please contact our Academic Programs Coordinator.