Overview

Overview

Pathology Fellowship

Cleveland Clinic Pathology Fellowship Programs’ overall mission is to train the next generation of leaders in pathology and laboratory medicine.  Towards that end, we offer subspecialty fellowships aimed at in-depth experience in their respective areas.  The fellowships, under direction of leaders in the field, enable trainees to take the next step from their residency and graduate training to become highly regarded pathologists and clinical laboratory scientists.

The fellowship programs offer an in-depth training in diagnostic and consultative skills, integration and interpretation of results, and clinical laboratory management.  The fellowships include a combination of ACGME accredited and non-ACGME accredited programs that lead to eligibility in appropriate subspecialty boards.  The fellowships also provide opportunities for conducting clinical research, leading to presentation at national meetings and publishing in the peer-reviewed literature. We strive to maintain an educational and working environment which is optimal for learning, clinical research, and high-quality patient care.

John Goldblum, MD
Chair, Department of Pathology
goldblj@ccf.org

Eric Hsi, MD
Chair, Department of Laboratory Medicine
hsie@ccf.org

Fadi W. Abdul-Karim, MD, MEd
Vice Chair, Education
karimf@ccf.org

Paul Suchy DM, MSM
Education Administrator and Fellowship Program Coordinator
suchyp@ccf.org

Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs

Cleveland Clinic's Robert J. Tomsich Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Institute offers fellowship training in several subspecialties in pathology. The Laboratories' fellowship training programs are characterized by outstanding breadth and depth of case material that reflects the broad scope of clinical activities at Cleveland Clinic and by regular interaction with the faculty in the fellow's subspecialty area.

Follow the links below for detailed information on each Fellowship Program. 

Cleveland Clinic's Robert J. Tomsich Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Institute offers fellowship training in several subspecialties in pathology. The Laboratories' fellowship training programs are characterized by outstanding breadth and depth of case material that reflects the broad scope of clinical activities at Cleveland Clinic and by regular interaction with the faculty in the fellow's subspecialty area.

Follow the links below for detailed information on each Fellowship Program. 

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