Genitourinary (GU) Pathology Fellowship

Aims Statement

The aims of our Genitourinary Pathology Fellowship program are: 1) To provide in-depth education and training in Genitourinary Pathology, to the fellow who intends to practice Pathology in academic or community setting. 2) Foster passion for Genitourinary Pathology by selecting and promoting residents with a strong record and recommendations from their residency program. 3) To encourage fellows to participate in clinical interactions with other members of the clinical team and train them for future roles where their subspecialty training and research skills can be optimally utilized as part of a larger clinical team. 4) To encourage fellows to participate and collaborate with physician scientists in clinical, translational and basic science research endeavors. 5) To foster fellows to engage with professional societies and present their research. 6) To provides opportunities for quality related activities including mock CAP inspections.


Our ACGME-accredited Selective Pathology - Genitourinary (GU) Fellowship is a one-year program with comprehensive training in diagnostic genitourinary (GU) pathology that includes in-depth exposure to all aspects of the specialty.

The Genitourinary Pathology Service includes the full range of urologic tumors, non-neoplastic diseases and lesions, with special emphasis on complex urologic oncologic cases. The fellow is given graduated responsibility for handling cases. The fellow is expected to participate in independent and collaborative research, including the initiation and completion of at least one research project during the course of the year.

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