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Fellowship in Gastrointestinal, Pancreatic and Hepatobiliary Pathology

This is a one year fellowship in Gastrointestinal, Pancreatic and Hepatobiliary Pathology. The objective of this fellowship is to provide comprehensive and rigorous diagnostic training that will enable the graduate to practice independent, competent sign out of gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgical pathology cases. The fellow will have the opportunity to participate in the teaching programs at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell as well as in clinical research. Fellow participation and presentation of original scholarship at regional and national meetings is encouraged.

The fellows will be responsible for complete workup of surgical, frozen section and consultation cases, resident teaching, gross room supervision, participation in quality assurance and execution of a research project culminating in a publication in a peer reviewed journal. The fellows will attend and present at intradepartmental and interdepartmental conferences, tumor boards and teaching conferences.

The department accessions more than 27,000 GI pathology cases a year (North Shore University Hospital, Long Island Jewish Hospital and Core Laboratories).


Pathology & laboratory services

We provide a variety of lab services, including home phlebotomy, lab collection centers, reference testing, and consultative and informatics.

Learn more about our lab services

Application process

Interested candidates should submit their applications by October 1st, two years prior to the year of fellowship for which they are applying (for example, October 1, 2018 for a start date of July 1, 2020).

Essential application information includes:

•    Common application form
•    Curriculum vitae
•    Personal statement
•    Three (3) letters of recommendation

Candidates must be board eligible or board certified in anatomic pathology (AP) or anatomic pathology/clinical pathology (AP/CP) by the American Board of Pathology. Individuals accepted in to the program must obtain a New York state medical license prior to the program start date on July 1.

All requests for information and applications should be addressed to Simone Gittens, the training program administrator, at the following address. 

Northwell Health
Department of Pathology
6 Ohio Drive, Suite 202
Lake Success, NY 11042.

Faculty

Program director

Lili Lee, MD

Specialties: Anatomic/Clinical Pathology