The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University is pleased to offer a new one-year Gastrointestinal, Pancreaticobiliary, and Liver Pathology Fellowship position. Our enthusiastic team of five GI Pathologists and wide range of complex GI specimens is ideal for an intensive fellowship experience, with an average caseload of 7,500 cases per year.
The GI Pathology Fellow will spend equal time covering the GI Biopsy and GI Resection services, where they will gain proficiency in interpreting medical and transplant liver pathology, pancreaticobiliary pathology, and luminal GI tract pathology, including a high volume of consultative cases. Three months of elective time in other subspecialty areas of surgical pathology, research, or other interests will be provided. The GI Fellow will also have an opportunity mentor Pathology residents and student fellows who rotate through the GI services.
Opportunities to present at clinical conferences are numerous, including weekly esophageal, pancreaticobiliary, and colorectal tumor boards, and bi-weekly liver correlation conferences. Fellows will also participate in weekly departmental GI consensus conferences and monthly journal clubs. Research projects are also easy to find and are encouraged.
Located on a scenic hill overlooking downtown Portland, the OHSU campus is less than 90 minutes from Mt. Hood, the Columbia River Gorge and the beautiful Oregon coast, providing endless opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Applicants must have completed 3 years of AP or 4 years of AP/CP training. Applicants must be legally able to work in the U.S., or eligible to obtain work authorization.
Unified Approach and common recruitment timeline for surgical pathology subspecialty fellowship programs
|July 1, 2022||Start accepting applications|
|August 1, 2022||Review of Applications beings|
|August 15, 2022||Virtual interviews begin|
|October 3, 2022||Earliest offer date|