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Pediatric Pathology Fellowship

The Pediatric Pathology Fellowship is a one-year ACGME-accredited program designed to provide fellows with training in all aspects of pathology relating to the fetus, infant and child. 

Fellows will benefit from a rich clinical experience in all areas of pathology. This includes working alongside nationally-recognized experts in a wide range of subspecialties, such as tumor pathology, placental pathology, gastrointestinal pathology, fine needle aspiration and informatics. Training in clinical pathology is also incorporated, with particular strength in hematopathology and transfusion medicine.

Specific time dedicated to pursuing elective rotations and research is heavily integrated into the robust curriculum. This program is administered through cooperation with George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

Fellows must have an M.D., or D.O., degree, be eligible for medical licensure in the District of Columbia and have completed training in AP or AP/CP prior to commencing the fellowship.

Chris Rossi

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Director, Pediatric Pathology Fellowship Program

Meghan Delaney

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Division Chief, Pathology and Lab Medicine

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    The fellow will assist with all autopsies unless on an outside rotation. He/she will also participate in one of the following services each day:

    • Surgical pathology
    • Consult pathology
    • Neuropathology
    • Gastrointestinal Pathology
    • Specific time for rotation in Hematopathology and Clinical Pathology is allowed in the spring (April or May), with an additional month dedicated to an elective rotation or research if desired.

    By the end of the fellowship program, each trainee is expected to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to meet the six ACGME core competencies as below:

    Faculty and Staff

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