Gynecologic Pathology Fellowship at The Mount Sinai Hospital

We offer focused training in diagnostic gynecologic pathology, with emphasis on teaching and scholarship, through our Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-approved-accredited program. Fellows gain expertise in obstetrical and gynecological pathology within a Division that has an annual intake exceeding 10,000 diverse specimens per year, providing you with a solid overview of the field and enabling you to practice as a specialist.


Fellows are on-service for the initial two of 13 four-week blocks during the year, to gain familiarity with service flow and grossing protocols. Off-service, there are nine clinical blocks during which you are responsible for supervising rotating residents/fellows, handling consult cases, and serving as Junior Attending. There is an additional elective block and finally, an optional block on Frozen Section duty.

Our fellows run intra- and interdepartmental conferences with members of the Departments of Pathology, Obstetrics- Gynecology, and Division of Gynecologic Oncology. You also run our Quality Assurance program and undertake a Quality Improvement project. At the beginning of the nine off-service clinical blocks, you serve as Junior Attending by sitting in place of the attending once or twice every week, and signing the cases with the house staff. Afterward, cases are reviewed by or with the attending.


Mount Sinai is a distinctive community, housing a vast number of renowned physicians, scientists, and physician scientists in a 'small-town' collaborative atmosphere. Opportunities abound, and as a fellow you can choose from a number of possible scholarly activities, with the goal of publication.

How to Apply

We offer one appointment per year for a duration of 12 months with flexible extension to 24 months. Fellows are required to have completed three years' training in Anatomic Pathology, or four years in anatomic-clinical pathology. Salaries are competitive and commensurate with training.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis between July 1 and December 31. Applications should include: curriculum vitae; personal statement; copy of medical school diploma; copy of medical school transcript; copy of United States Medical Licensing Education transcript; three letters of recommendation; and if applicable, copy of Visa status: J1, H1, and copy of Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates. Send applications to:

Tamara Kalir, MD, PhD 
Gynecologic Pathology Fellowship Program Director
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Department of Pathology
One Gustave Levy Place, Box 1194
Annenberg Building, Room 15-76,
New York, NY 10029
Tel: 212-241-3784