Renal and Genitourinary Pathology
The Department of Pathology at Yale University School of Medicine is providing fellowship training in combined renal and urogenital pathology. The Renal & Genitourinary Pathology fellowship program at Yale is a one-year fellowship program that aims to provide outstanding training in diagnostic pathology of medical renal biopsies and genitourinary tumor biopsies and resection specimen.The fellowship training is integrated in both the renal and genitourinary pathology services at Yale, that are directed by Gilbert Moeckel, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pathology and Director, Renal Pathology and Electron Microscopy Laboratory and Kenneth Haines, MD, Associate Professor of Pathology, Director of Genitourinary Pathology. During the 12 months of training, the fellow will be involved in the diagnostic assessment of 750 kidney/EM and 750 genitourinary specimens.
The fellow will be involved in teaching pathology residents the foundation of renal pathology and will present kidney biopsy cases at the Nephrology CPC and statewide renal biopsy conferences. The fellow will also present cases at the genitourinary tumor board meeting and will give didactic conferences to the urology residents as part of the urology department teaching series. The fellow will be further encouraged to prepare clinically oriented research papers for publication.
The qualified applicant should have had a minimum of three years training in an ACGME accredited anatomic or four years in a combined anatomic/clinical pathology residency program by the time of matriculation into the fellowship program. The candidate should be eligible for board certification.
Stipends commensurate with hospital policy.
Gilbert Moeckel, MD, PhD
Director, Program in Renal Pathology and Electron Microscopy Laboratory
Department of Pathology
Yale University School of Medicine
P.O. Box 208023
New Haven, CT 06520-8023
Tel: 203. 737. 2803
Fax: 203.785. 3348