Pathology Clinical Fellowship Programs

Pediatric Pathology Fellowship


Program Faculty

Professor, SCH Pathology; Adjunct Professor, Pediatrics
Director, Pediatric Pathology Fellowship Program
Staff Pathologist & Fetal Pathology Division Head, SHC
Adjunct Professor, Department of Pediatrics UWMC

Laura Finn, MD  
Associate Professor, SCH Pathology
Associate Pathologist, Department of Laboratories SCH
 

Joe C. Rutledge, MD -
Professor, Laboratory Medicine
Director, SCH Laboratories; Professor, Laboratory Medicine

Bonnie Cole, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor, SCH Pathology

Robert Hevner, MD PhD 
Professor, Seattle Children's Hospital Research Institute
Staff Neuropathologist, SCH

Kathleen Patterson, MD
Associate Professor, SCH Division Head, Anatomic Pathology
Director, Anatomic Pathology SCH
Associate Pathologist, SCH

Karen Tsuchiya, MD 
Associate Professor, SCH Laboratory Medicine
Assistant Director, Clinical Microbiology
Head of Microbiology

Min Xu, MD PhD 
Assistant Professor, SCH Laboratory Medicine
Clinical Pathologist
Medical Director of Core Laboratory at SCH

Gail Deutsch, MD
Associate Professor, SCH Laboratory Medicine

Erin Rudzinski MD
Clinical Assistant Professor, SCH Laboratory Medicine

Michael Astion, MD
Clinical Professor, SCH Laboratory Medicine
Laboratory Medical Director


Commuting Across Lake Washington on the Evergreen Point Bridge

Description

The one-year training program exposes the fellow to a comprehensive and integrated diagnostic approach that unites the clinical and anatomic laboratories. We provide service for a full range of pediatric medical and surgical subspecialties that utilize in-house ancillary methodologies including immunohistochemistry, electron microscopy, flow cytometry, molecular diagnostics and cytogenetics, in addition to standard AP and CP laboratory practices. The fellow will also be involved in pediatric and perinatal autopsies and will have the opportunity to oversee rotating pathology residents. The aim is for the graduate to be able to function as an independent practitioner in pediatric patient care. Our staff of thirteen MD's and five PhD's enjoys an outstandingly collegial relationship with each other and our clinical colleagues. 1 position/year

 

Requirements

Applicants should have completed training in an approved residency program in AP or AP/CP and be American Board of Pathology certified or eligible.
 

Stipend & Benefits

Appointment is for one year. Stipend and benefits are based on the schedule for residents at an equivalent level.
 

For More Information

Dr. Raj Kapur
Seattle Children's Hospital
Dept. of Laboratories, A6901
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Telephone: 206-987-2103
Fax: 206-987-3840
Candidates need to submit electronic documents for their application packet.  We accept .doc, .jpg, .pdf and .tif documents as attachments to our fellowship email address.  Letters of reference can be sent by email attachment as well as long as they are on department letterhead and sent directly from the writer's office email OR administrative office email.  Click the link below for specific information about our requirements and applicable forms.

Application & Instructions for Pathology Fellowships
We do not accept the APC Standard Application Form

Application Email Address:  fellowship@pathology.washington.edu

Include fellowship year and name in subject line.

If you have questions or problems, please contact our Academic Programs Coordinator.