Our Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) and Endocrine Pathology Fellowship trains one fellow over the course of a year, offering an unparalleled opportunity to interact with leading head and neck surgeons and oncologists in clinical care and research at The Multidisciplinary Head, Neck, and Thyroid Center, a Center of Excellence at Mount Sinai.
As a trainee, you are actively involved in clinical patient care, teaching, and research. You will subsequently be exposed to a wealth of clinical material (in patient and consultation cases) within the Department of Ear, Nose, and Throat/Head and Neck Surgery, which ranked among the nation’s best for ENT in the 2015-2016 “Best Hospitals” issue of U.S. News and World Report.
Clinical duties of the fellowship include the workup of consultation cases, supervision of residents on the service, consultation in the frozen section, participation in the sign-out of clinical cases, and presentation of cases at the ENT tumor board and weekly Quality Assurance Conference.
Educational duties include didactic and case-based presentations at pathology and clinical conferences, organizing a monthly journal club, and participating in training the residents and medical students rotating on the service.
Fellows participate in research in the Division of Head and Neck and Endocrine Pathology and develop or join collaborative research projects with other clinical and research departments, culminating in scholarly contributions to medical literature.
How to Apply
We are interested in applicants who have completed an approved residency training in anatomic pathology or anatomic and clinical pathology and who hold a New York State medical license prior to beginning the program. Salaries are commensurate with your level of training.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis between July 1 and December 31 a year and a half prior to the start date. Your complete application should include: a personal statement; three letters of recommendation; a copy of your medical school diploma; your United States Medical Licensing Examination transcript; copy of Visa Status, J1, H1 (if applicable); copy of Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates certification (if applicable); and a copy of your medical school transcript. Send your applications via regular mail or email to:
G. Kenneth Haines III, MD
Director, General Surgical Pathology
Executive Director, Fellowship Programs
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Department of Pathology – Box 1194
One Gustave L. Levy Place, Annenberg 15-76
New York, NY 10029
Tel: (212) 241-8847
Bruce Wenig, MD
Site Chair, Pathology, Mount Sinai Beth Israel, Mount Sinai West, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s
Mount Sinai Beth Israel
First Avenue at 16th Street
New York, NY 10003
Tel: (212) 420-4032