Director: Jonathan Melamed, M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology
The Department of Pathology at the NYU School of Medicine offers an outstanding opportunity for a one-year fellowship in Uropathology. The training program offers exposure to a high volume of interesting and challenging diagnostic material in Uropathology with the opportunity to participate in translational research activities offered through active research programs in prostate and bladder cancer.
Facilities: The fellowship offers exposure to material from Tisch Hospital, a 500-bed primary teaching hospital of NYU School of Medicine, as well as from Bellevue and the New York Harbor VA Hospital. The Uropathology division includes four Uropathologists with surgical material provided by a specialized Urology service with an established Uro-oncology service. In addition, a Biorepository in Prostate Cancer and a Urology Center of Research Excellence provide for a suitable environment for translational research.
Requirements: Applicants must have completed a three-year training program in Anatomic Pathology or a four-year program in combined Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and must hold a NY State License.
Appointments: One fellowship position is funded each year. Applications are being accepted for training to begin July 1, 2012. Stipends are commensurate with level of training.
Applications: Timeline for Fellowship Application process:
Applications for positions beginning on July 1 should be received by December 1 the preceding year
Interviews will be conducted in January and February
Final decision will be made in March (3-4 months prior to the start date)
All requests for information or applications should be addressed to:
Ms. Adrienne Dolginko
Coordinator of Residency and Fellowship Programs
NYU Department of Pathology