Clinical Fellowships: GI and Hepatic Pathology
Matthew M.C. Yeh, MD PhD
Director, GI & Hepatic Pathology Fellowship Program
Paul E. Swanson, MD
Chief, GI and Hepatic Pathology Service
Lisa Koch, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Pathology
Xianyong (Sean) Gui, MD
Associate Professor, Pathology
Deepti M. Reddi, MD
Acting Assistant Professor, Pathology
The gastrointestinal pathology fellow participates in all activities of the GI pathology service. The fellow evaluates gastrointestinal biopsies from the University of Washington Academic Medical Center, including liver and pancreatic transplant biopsies, with the pathology resident, and communicates the results to the gastroenterology fellow or attending. The fellow has primary responsibility for the evaluation and work up of outside consultation cases (approximately 1,500 annually), including dictation of reports and letters to the contributing pathologist and responding to telephone calls about the cases.
The fellow is responsible for presenting at hospital-wide clinical conferences, including GI clinicopathologic case conference, liver and pancreas transplant conference, liver tumor conferences, VGI Tumor Board, Pancreatic Tumor Board, GI journal club and GI histopathology conference. Each fellow is expected to complete one or more significant research projects. These can be either clinically oriented studies using patient case material, or they can be done in collaboration with a basic scientist and involve laboratory bench work, usually in the area of molecular biology. The latter usually requires an additional year of training and a funding source. 1 position/year
Applicants are expected to have completed the training required for certification in Clinical and/or Anatomic Pathology by the American Board of Pathology. This requirement may be waived by the Program Director in exceptional cases.
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
|Dr. Matthew Yeh
Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-6100
Candidates need to submit electronic documents for their application packet. We accept .doc, .jpg, .pdf and .tif documents as attachments to our fellowship email address. Letters of reference can be sent by email attachment as well as long as they are on department letterhead and sent directly from the writer's office email OR administrative office email. Click the link below for specific information about our requirements and applicable forms.
Application & Instructions for Pathology Fellowships
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If you have questions or problems, please contact our Academic Programs Coordinator.