Pathology Fellowships

Fellowships

**Openings for two Cytopathology Fellowship Positions starting July 1, 2021 and July 1, 2022;  See Cytopathology Fellowship page for how to apply **

The Department of Pathology offers a variety of fellowship programs for board-eligible and board-certified pathologists who desire additional subspecialty training. Subspecialty fellowships in Cytopathology, Dermatopathology, Hematopathology, Laboratory Genetics and Genomics,  Medical Microbiology, and Neuropathology are ACGME accredited.

The Surgical Pathology fellowship program is non-ACGME accredited, providing fellows an opportunity to independently sign-out cases. The fellowship programs provide the highest quality of graduate medical education. All fellows work closely with our expert faculty in all aspects of anatomic and clinical pathology. Duke offers a wide variety of often complex clinical cases providing an important foundation for learning. Fellows may also take advantage of numerous departmental and institutional resources to enhance their learning, including PhotoPath, the Biospecimen Repository and Processing Core, and Duke Office of Clinical Research.

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Cytopathology Fellowship

Duke offers a one-year ACGME accredited fellowship with extensive training in FNA and exfoliative cytology.

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Dermatopathology Fellowship

Duke University Medical Center offers a one-year ACGME accredited dermatopathology fellowship.

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Hematopathology Fellowship

The Department of Pathology at Duke University Medical Center offers an ACGME-accredited fellowship in hematopathology.

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Laboratory Genetics and Genomics Fellowship

The Duke Laboratory Genetics and Genomics (LGG) Fellowship Program provides postdoctoral fellows with either a PhD or MD with training experience in the Duke Cytogenetics and Duke Molecular Diagnostics Laboratories.

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Neuropathology Fellowship

An ACGME-accredited two year fellowship that provides extensive hands-on experience in clinical and experimental neuropathology.

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Surgical Pathology GI Fellowship

Beginning in 2017-2018, the Department will annually fund a GI, pancreas, and liver subspecialty surgical pathology fellowship.

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Surgical Pathology Fellowship

The Department sponsors 1-year fellowships in General and Subspecialty Surgical Pathology.

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Medical Microbiology Fellowship

Duke Microbiology strives to transform microbiology, medicine, and health locally and globally through innovative research and application of diagnostic tests, educating future leaders, and advancing, advocating, and practicing evidence-based medicine.

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Current Fellows

Our current fellows for this academic year.

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Current Fellows
Mitchell Arbogast, MD

Mitchell Arbogast, MD

GI Surgical Pathology

University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine

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Jill Browning, MD

Jill Browning, MD

Dermatopathology

Louisiana State University School of Medicine In Shreveport

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Marcel Castor, MD

Marcel Castor, MD

Anatomic Pathology

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
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James Everhart, DO

James Everhart, DO

Medical Microbiology

Lincoln Memorial University Debusk College of Osteopathic Medicine

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Dona Kanavy, Phd

Dona Kanavy, PhD

Laboratory Genetics and Genomics

North Carolina State University

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Jenna McCracken, MD PhD

Jenna McCracken, MD PhD

Hematopathology

University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

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Robert Rolfe, MD

Robert Rolfe, MD

Medical Microbiology

Medical University of South Carolina

 

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Vanessa Smith, MD

Vanessa Smith, MD

Neuropathology

University of Illinois College of Medicine

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Hongzhi Xu, MD

Hongzhi Xu, MD

Cytopathology

Tongji Medical University, China

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