This two-year ACGME-accredited fellowship provides broad and comprehensive training in surgical neuropathology, muscle and nerve biopsy and autopsy neuropathology. The University of Michigan Health System is busy tertiary referral center, which generates over 100,000 surgical specimens annually including over 1,300 surgical neuropathology specimens, more than 350 muscle and nerve biopsies, ophthalmic pathology and CSF cytologic specimens in addition to a robust consultation service. We have a busy brain autopsy service with more than 100 brain examinations a year, including medical, medicolegal cases, neurodegenerative and pediatric cases. The broad range of clinical and research interests of the faculty provide fellows with extensive clinical experience and many opportunities to engage in collaborative research projects. In addition, fellows benefit from the diverse clinical and research activities within division, department, and medical school. The second year of the fellowship will be focused on identification and completion of a research project utilizing state of the art approaches to answer clinical, translational or cellular and molecular questions.
Candidates should be on track to complete training in Anatomic Pathology or Anatomic and Clinical Pathology before starting the fellowship. Alternatively, candidates interested in pursuing a combined program in Anatomic Pathology and Neuropathology should contact the fellowship director.
Support is commensurate with the candidate's level of training.
Applications are usually received 2 years in advance of desired start date.
Online applications start: July 1st
Online applications end: November 15th or until the position is filled
Interview Process: Beginning of August until the end of December
Fellowship offers window: October to the end of December
Applications off cycle may be considered at the discretion of program director if position not filled and based on applicant’s application package.
Applications should be submitted online and can be found at:
Inquiries should be directed to Sandra Camelo-Piragua, M.D., Fellowship Director, Neuropathology at (734) 936-1889.
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