Surgical Pathology Fellowship

Surgical Pathology Fellowship

The Duke Department of Pathology is pleased to announce the creation of The Fred and Janet Sanfilippo Fellowship in Surgical Pathology.  This distinction identifies budding pathologists with academic and diagnostic excellence interested in furthering their diagnostic acumen and developing leadership skills.  The Department of Pathology and Duke University Health System boast a wide array of leadership development opportunities in areas including but not limited to: health care policy, informatics, diversity and inclusion, laboratory management, translational research, biorepositories, and medical education.   The fellowship will meld surgical pathology and leadership development in the successful applicant’s chosen area of interest.   

Beginning in 2018 and annually thereafter, one surgical pathology fellow will be recognized as The Fred and Janet Sanfilippo Fellow in Surgical Pathology.   The Department of Pathology has one open general surgical pathology fellow position and one open GI/Pancreas/Liver position for the 2019-2020 year.  Interested applicants should indicate their interest for consideration of The Fred and Janet Sanfilippo Fellowship in their cover letters.  Personal statements should address their specific area of interest for leadership development.  

The Department of Pathology of the Duke University Health System annually seeks academically oriented, Board certified or eligible surgical pathologists who desire an additional one year of training in surgical pathology. The relative distributions of clinical service/patient care responsibilities (pure or mixed subspecialty including general surgical pathology) will be tailored to the successful applicant's experience and career goals for two general surgical pathology fellows. In addition, the Department supports annually one fellow who wishes to specialize in GI, pancreas, and liver.

The Department has 66 faculty and 23 residents and clinical fellows in anatomic and clinical pathology in a predominantly subspecialties oriented model. Surgical Pathology processes over 45,000 accessions. The successful candidates will have a primary interest in genito-urinary, gastrointestinal, gynecologic, breast, or head and neck pathology but also with an interest in other areas of surgical pathology. The environment at Duke provides rich opportunities for exceptional clinical and translational research, both within the Department and in other Centers of Excellence in the Medical Center. Applicants should be committed to excellent patient care, as well as teaching, scholarship, and research. Participation in national scientific meetings and clinical research projects is encouraged and supported. Teaching responsibilities include interactions with medical students, residents, fellows and trainees in multiple departments.

Eligibility Requirements

Applicant must be Board certified or eligible in AP/CP or AP and have passed Step 3 of the USMLE.

Types and Numbers of Appointments

At least two general surgical pathology fellowship positions are available annually.
One GI fellowship position is available annually.

Stipends

Academic rank and stipends are commensurate with the year of postgraduate training (generally PGY5 and PGY6).

Application

Send CAP standard fellowship application (headshot photo recommended), cover letter, personal statement, curriculum vitae, ECFMG certificate if applicable, copies of USMLE scores (Step 1, Step 2 CK, Step 2 CS and Step 3) and three letters of recommendation.
Please provide a clear indication of your Citizenship on your CAP form.

If you wish to be considered for the Fred and Janet Sanfilippo Fellowship in Surgical Pathology, complete and submit this form in addition to the above requested materials.  

Application materials may be submitted for review via email to Ginger Griffin.

For General Surgical Pathology Fellowships, address Letters of Recommendation to:
Sarah M. Bean, MD
Program Director, Surgical Pathology Fellowship
ATTENTION: Ginger Griffin
Duke University Medical Center
DUMC 3712
Durham, NC 27710

For GI/Pancreas/Liver Fellowship, address Letters of Recommendation to:
Cynthia Guy, MD
Program Director, GI Surgical Pathology Fellowship
ATTENTION: Ginger Griffin
Duke University Medical Center
DUMC 3712
Durham, NC 27710

IMPORTANT DATES

2018-2019 General SurgPath Fellowship

Filled

2019-2020 General SurgPath Fellowship

Filled

Accepting applications for 2020-2021

July 1, 2018

Deadline for Applications for 2020-2021

September 1, 2018

 

 

2018-2019 GI/Pancreas/Liver Fellowship

Filled

2019-2020 GI/Pancreas/Liver Fellowship

Filled

Accepting Applications for 2020-2021

July 1, 2018

Deadline for Applications for 2020-2021

September 1, 2018

 

 

Hidden Staff/Faculty: 
Sarah Karram, MD, Sarah M. Bean, MD, Cynthia D. Guy, MD
Current Fellows
Sachica Cheris, MD

Sachica Cheris, MD, MBA

Surgical Pathology

American University of Antigua, College of Medicine

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Xin Liu, MD

Xin Liu, MD

Surgical Pathology

Medical Center of Fudan University

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Faculty
Sarah M. Bean, MD

Sarah M. Bean, MD

Program Director

Office: 919-681-6413

Fax: 919-681-7634

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Twitter: @DrSMBean

Cynthia D. Guy, MD

Cynthia D. Guy, MD

Program Director

Office: 919-668-0794

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