The Head and Neck (H&N) Pathology Fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic provides advanced training in a wide variety of specimens from the head and neck. The subspecialty H&N Pathology team includes four H&N Pathology fellowship trained Pathologists in addition to others with interest and extensive experience in the field. With nearly 3,000 in-house cases and almost 700 consultation cases processed annually, this fellowship offers a robust and well-rounded experience with a wide variety of both routine and challenging cases.

The successful candidate will play an active and important role in the daily work-up and preparation of cases for sign-out. The candidate will also play an important role in the management of H&N patient’s through their involvement in multidisciplinary tumor boards and intraoperative consultations.

Duration

  • One, one-year fellowship.

Responsibilities

  • Initial review of in-house and consultation material.
  • Weekly H&N tumor board and monthly thyroid tumor board.
  • Resident teaching.
  • Participation in research is expected.

Requirements

  • ACGME-accredited combined Anatomic/Clinical Pathology or Anatomic Pathology residency training program.

Application

Contacts

Fellowship Program Director
Christopher Griffith, MD
216.445.0323
GRIFFIC8@ccf.org 

Fellowship Associate Program Director
Aaron Hoschar, MD
216.444.5877
hoschaa@ccf.org

Program Coordinator
Kristen Smith, BS
Education Coordinator, Center for Pathology Education
Robert J. Tomsich Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Institute
Cleveland Clinic
9500 Euclid Avenue, L-13
Cleveland, OH 44195
Telephone: 216.445.2125
Fax: 216.444.6715
smithk35@ccf.org