Hematopathology Fellowship

Hematopathology Fellowship

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

Fellows are accepted for one (1) year of training.

Goal of the Program

To provide a broad and indepth experience in adult and pediatric hematopathology, including

  1. morphologic evaluation of lymphoid tissues, bone marrow biopsies and aspirate smears, cytochemical stains, blood smears and body fluids;
  2. the proper technique for performing bone marrow aspirations and biopsies;
  3. cellular antigen analysis of leukemias, lymphomas, and fine needle aspirates by flow cytometry and immunohistochemical techniques;
  4. interpretation of molecular diagnostic assays;
  5. classical and molecular cytogenetics;
  6. analysis of problems in coagulation medicine; and
  7. involvement in management issues associated with the various laboratories that support the hematopathology program.

The Division of Hematopathology case load consists of about 3000 bone marrow specimens, 1000 lymph nodes, 2700 diagnostic flow cytometic assays, 18,000 molecular diagnostic assays, and 2700 cytogenetics/FISH assays. The program's faculty consists of four full-time hematopathologists and seven additional faculty who specialize in coagulation medicine, molecular diagnostics, and cytogenetics. The fellow is exposed to a wide variety of clinical and basic investigation at this world-renowned medical center and is encouraged to participate in a research project.

Requirements

Board eligible or certified in AP / CP.

Facilities

The Duke University Health System is a tertiary health care system serving patients from several mid-Atlantic states. It currently is comprised of three hospitals with 1498 beds.

An affiliation with the Durham Veteran's Affairs Hospital (274 beds) provides additional training opportunities as does the Duke Cancer Institute.

Stipend

Commensurate with level of training.

Applications

Hematopathology Application DOC PDF

2019-2020 Hematopathology Fellowship:

  Filled

Accepting applications for 2020-2021:

  July 1, 2018

Deadline for Applications for 2020-2021:

 September 1, 2018        

Debra Andersen, C-TAGME
GME Program Coordinator, Duke Pathology
DUMC 3712, Durham, NC 27710
Phone: 919-684-2070 • Fax: 919-681-7377 • Email

Endi Wang, MD
Director of Hematopathology Fellowship
c/o Debra Andersen
Department of Pathology
DUMC 3712
Durham, NC 27710
Phone: 919-684-2070

Hidden Staff/Faculty: 
Amanda Lo, MD, Endi Wang, MD, PhD, Anand S. Lagoo, MD, PhD, Chad M. McCall, MD PhD, Maureane Hoffman, MD, PhD, Michael B. Datto, MD, PhD, Edgardo Parilla, MD PhD, Kristen L. Deak, PhD, FACMG, Catherine W. Rehder, PhD, FACMG, Sarah R. Horn, Siby Sebastian, PhD
Current Fellows
Kimberly Ingersoll, MD

Kimberly Ingersoll, MD

Hematopathology

University of Missouri School of Medicine

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Faculty
Endi Wang, MD, PhD

Endi Wang, MD, PhD

Program Director

Office: 919-684-2486

Fax: 919-684-1856

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Anand S. Lagoo, MD, PhD

Anand S. Lagoo, MD, PhD

Office: 919-668-0921

Fax: 919-684-1856

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Chad M. McCall, MD PhD

Chad M. McCall, MD PhD

Office: 919-684-2429

Fax: 919-684-1856

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Maureane Hoffman, MD, PhD

Maureane Hoffman, MD, PhD

Office: 919-286-0411

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Michael B. Datto, MD, PhD

Michael B. Datto, MD, PhD

DUMC 3712

Durham, NC 27710

Office: 919-684-6965

Edgardo Parilla, MD PhD

Edgardo Parrilla, MD, PhD

DUMC 3712

Durham, NC 27710

Office: 919-681-6983

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Kristen L. Deak, PhD, FACMG

Kristen L. Deak, PhD, FACMG

Office: 919-684-1014

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Catherine W. Rehder, PhD, FACMG

Catherine W. Rehder, PhD, FACMG

Office: 919-613-8434

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Sarah R. Horn

Phone: 919-613-3783

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Siby Sebastian, PhD

Siby Sebastian, PhD

Duke Box 3712

Office: 919-613-8432

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