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The Department of Pathology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center offers a one- to two-year fellowship program in genomic pathology research. All applicants should be MDs or MD/PhDs who have completed residency training in anatomic pathology (or AP/CP) in the United States or Canada and are certified (or are eligible for certification) by the American Board of Pathology. Additional subspecialty or other fellowship training in pathology is preferred, and prior research experience is beneficial. The fellowship involves one to two years of laboratory-based research, with a focus on one or more projects involving the genomic characterization of human tumors. Applicants will be paired with laboratory preceptors from within the Department of Pathology or in other related institutional divisions, based on the interests and experience of the candidate.
The Genomic Pathology Research Fellowship will provide a novel and timely opportunity for MD or MD/PhD pathology fellows to acquire training and laboratory experience in genomic pathology research. The Genomic Pathology Research Fellowship will train the next generation of pathologists to harness the promise of genomic technologies in shifting cancer care towards personalized medicine. The program will provide a strong educational experience for research fellows in the fields of genomic pathology, oncology, and molecular and computational biology.
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