The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine offers a one-year, non-ACGME accredited fellowship in Genitourinary Pathology. The fellowship will foster the development of strong diagnostic skills with up-to-date training that will prepare the fellow for practice in either the academic or community setting with specialized expertise in Genitourinary Pathology. The fellow will participate in all aspects of the GU Pathology service, including handling and work-up of daily cases, presenting at conferences and tumor boards, as well as supervision of on service residents. The fellow may also participate in teaching activities, including: 1) serving as Junior Attending; 2) presenting GU pathology lectures to pathology and urology trainees; and 3) GU lab sessions for medical students.
Ample opportunities for research projects are available with options to present at local and national conferences.
All fellows spend one rotation as a frozen section/gross room supervisor at The Ronald Regan UCLA Medical Center and complete a one-month general surgical pathology rotation at Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center.
Fellows will have the opportunity to independently sign-out clinical cases and perform intraoperative/frozen section consultations. There will be a proctoring process in place to determine the fellow’s readiness to have these clinical privileges.
Anthony Sisk, DO
Service Chief, GU
Director, Prostate SPORE Pathology Core
Phone: (310) 206-1770 | Email