School of Medicine

Wayne State University School of Medicine

Hematopathology

Hematology is the practice of pathology concerned with the study and diagnosis of human diseases involving the hematopoietic tissues and cells. Hematology requires a strong foundation in pathology. Our graduate medical fellowship program in hematology is accredited to provide an organized educational program for qualified physicians seeking to acquire additional competence in hematology, and should be associated with an active program in both adult and pediatric hematology. The one-year program includes training in all current aspects of hematology, including laboratory procedures, laboratory management, database management, quality assurance, self-assessment, clinical consultation, and the scientific basis of hematology.

Positions Available:  Two fellowships per year

Requirements:  Candidates must be Board certified or eligible by the American Board of Pathology in AP/CP, and eligible for Michigan medical license.

Application:  Send CV, three reference letters, and personal statement to:

Ali Gabali, M.D., Ph.D., Fellowship Director (mpalutke@dmc.org) and cc Pam Nelson, Program Coordinator (pnelson@med.wayne.edu)