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Number of Jobs in Database: The Department of Pathology of the Cleveland Clinic seeks a full-time Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathologist to join their subspecialized practice. Board certification in Anatomic Pathology with established interest and expertise in Breast Pathology is a requirement, as is an active Texas medical license or eligibility.
Special consideration will be given to candidates also holding Board Certification in Cytopathology. Board certification in Anatomic Pathology, special training in GI Pathology, and an active Texas medical license or eligibility are required.
Desired qualifications include strong clinical background, experience in laboratory leadership and management and extensive expertise in anatomic and clinical pathology. The successful candidate must be able to perform both frozen sections and fine needle aspirations in a timely and experienced manner.
An unrestricted Texas medical license is required. Additional training or experience in gastrointestinal, hematopathology, breast, gynecologic or cytopathology is desirable but not required.
Candidates currently in fellowship training are invited to apply, although those with years of experience will be given special consideration.
Applicants must have experience with NGS sequencing of tumor specimens.
Applicants must hold an M. Candidates must be board certified, have an established expertise in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and must possess or be eligible to obtain New York State Certificates of Qualification for Medical Directorship. Candidates must be board certified and have established expertise in Anatomic Pathology.
The ideal candidate will have had broad expertise as a general surgical pathologist. Fellowship with subspecialty training, especially in Cytopathology, is preferred. Strong diagnostic skills, including prior experience analyzing and interpreting next-generation sequencing data, are essential.
The Department of Pathology at the University of Louisville is seeking a full time anatomic Pathologist at the assistant or associate professor level. Fellowship training in advanced surgical pathology, Transplant pathology, Genitourinary pathology, Gynecologic pathology, Cytopathology, Renal pathology or Molecular pathology is highly desirable.
This outstanding hematopathologist will serve as Director of Flow Cytometry. The ideal candidate should have strong diagnostic skills in tissue hematopathology as well as experience in clinical laboratory hematology.
The selected candidate may also serve as the Director of Autopsy Service. Applicants must have training from an ACGME accredited fellowship and board certification or board eligibility in neuropathology, as well as eligibility for medical licensure in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Applicants should be board certified in Anatomic Pathology and have at least completed a fellowship in Renal Pathology. Expertise in additional surgical pathology subspecialties is recommended but not required.
Applicants should be board certified in Anatomic Pathology.
The successful candidate will have completed a GU Pathology Fellowship or the equivalent and have a track record of peer-reviewed publications in GU pathology. The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates, an independent non-profit faculty clinical practice group affiliated with the George Washington University, is seeking an Academic Hematopathologist.
Minimum Qualifications include MD or equivalent, board certification or eligibility in Anatomic Pathology, Clinical Pathology, or Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, fellowship training in hematopathology and eligibility for licensure in the District of Columbia.
The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates, an independent non-profit faculty clinical practice group affiliated with the George Washington University, is seeking an Academic Pathologist with subspecialty interest and training in Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine.
Subspecialty training in Dermatopathology is required. The successful candidate will be joining two board certified dermatopathologists.Advertise Your Pathology Fellowships With Us!
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How to write a killer cover letter for a postdoctoral application but this particular postdoc in this particular lab. Yes, it is infinitely easier to use the same cover letter for the dozens of postdoctoral positions for which you are applying, but that is not going to cut it.
a grant or fellowship, or other notable honors (an award. A cover letter is typically the first thing the recipient reads in your fellowship application, so it needs to be convincing and well-written.
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