NIH Residency in Anatomic Pathology
|National Institutes of Health (NIH)|
|Specialty||Allergy and Immunology|
|NIH Clinical Center|
|Director||Martha M. Quezado, M.D.|
Trainees per year
|Location||Bethesda, Maryland, United States of America|
|Website||NIH GME-Anatomic Pathology|
The NIH National Cancer Institute (NCI) Laboratory of Pathology offers a multifaceted ACGME-accredited residency training program in Anatomic Pathology at the NIH Clinical Center (CC). The CC is the site of intramural clinical research for the NIH, and home to more than 1500 clinical research protocols. Excelling in both clinical diagnosis and translational research, the department provides a stimulating intellectual environment for the resident interested in an academic career. The department emphasizes excellence in diagnosis and the use of modern technological tools to enhance accuracy and decipher disease mechanisms. In addition, LP staff members receive a large number of cases in consultation each year, resulting in a rich and diversified exposure to the practice of anatomic pathology. Qualified candidates must have completed an M.D. degree from an approved U.S. or Canadian medical school, or must hold an E.C.F.M.G. certificate. Most successful applicants have had prior research experience, or have a Ph.D. degree. Clinical training in the Anatomic Pathology Program includes three years of rotations and subspecialty training. An optional fourth year of training may be available to selected residents during which time they may participate in additional research activities.
- Length of Program: 3 years (optional fourth year of training may be available during which time the residents may participate in electives or research)
- Benefits: Most trainees will be entitled to many of the benefits that are offered to civil service or Public Health Service employees. These benefits include partial government contribution for health and life insurance, occupational medical services at the National Institutes of Health, compensation for work-related injury, vacation and sick leave, and training at government expense.
- Program Director: Martha M. Quezado, MD, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Program Director: John Carl Oberholtzer, MD, PhD
- Program Website: NIH GME-Anatomic Pathology
- Telephone: 301-594-1884
- Address: 10 Center Drive, Room 2S235, Bethesda, MD 20892