The ACGME-accredited hematopathology fellowship program at IU School of Medicine is offered by the Division of Hematopathology in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. This one-year program provides a broad-based training experience in hematopathology. The comprehensive diagnostic service consists of adult and pediatric hematopathology with wide variety of specimens, including bone marrows, lymph nodes, spleens and other tissues. The fellowship also includes designated rotations in general laboratory hematology, flow cytometry, cytogenetics, molecular diagnostics and coagulation. Dedicated elective months are provided for research and additional diagnostic exposure. Hematopathology faculty in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine are actively involved in clinically oriented research, particularly in the area of neoplastic hematopathology. Participation in departmental and clinical conferences is encouraged. The case material is derived from a 2900-bed medical center system with active hematology/oncology and bone marrow transplant divisions.
Fellows are accepted for a training period of one year and must be Board-eligible or -certified in anatomic and clinical pathology or anatomic pathology. Salary levels are commensurate with the candidate’s training and experience. To apply, interested physicians must send a standardized CAP fellowship application, curriculum vitae, personal statement and three letters of reference to Magdalena Czader, MD, PhD, the Program Director.