PATHOLOGY RESIDENCY PROGRAM

Pathology Fellowship Programs

The Department of Pathology offers one-year fellowship positions in the following areas:


Transfusion Medicine Fellowship Program:


This fully accredited fellowship program in transfusion medicine is based in a tertiary care teaching hospital with active solid organ and bone marrow transplantation programs, cardio-vascular surgery, Level I trauma center and a neonatal intensive care unit. During the year, the fellow will receive training in immunohematology, HLA, paternity testing, donor center supervision, therapeutic apheresis, transfusion therapy, coagulation, flow cytometry and molecular pathology. The program emphasizes investigational aspects, clinical and laboratory, of transfusion medicine. Training will consist of a mixture of day-to-day consultations and a didactic program in immunohematology in conjunction with an accredited school for Specialists in Blood Banking. The fellow will be expected to complete a research project during the year.

Requirements: Board eligibility or certification in clinical pathology, internal medicine, pediatrics or other related fields.

Number of positions: One


Stipends: Commensurate with level of training, (Click here to view current Benefits).

 

Information on Living in San Antonio.

 

Current Transfusion Medicine Fellow


Faculty:

Eugenia Bryan, MD(Director) Leslie Greebon, MD
Kelley Hitchman, MS, PhD John D. Olson, MD, PhD

Applications:

Send inquiries to:

Eugenia Bryan, MD
Director of Transfusion Medicine
Department of Pathology
University of Texas Health Science Center
7703 Floyd Curl Drive
San Antonio, TX 78229-3900