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Results are only effective when acted upon in a timely manner. Bree Bush is a principal and the leader of the Care Optimization and Throughput practice. Srinivasan has published more than articles in peer-reviewed journals on his research in healthcare epidemiology, infection control and antimicrobial use and resistance. We work collaboratively with payers to align contracts and engage physicians in programs that drive high-quality, cost-effective care. He enjoys hiking, biking, gardening and traveling. In addition, outside pediatric surgical consultations are reviewed by the fellow.

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He served as an adjunct instructor with the University of Maryland from to He believes that innovations promoting the flow of information between clinical data systems, clinicians and patients is the key in improving healthcare delivery.

Krishnaj combines his role as CMO with his training in clinical informatics to fulfill this aim. His research has been published in peer reviewed journals and has found mention in media outlets. PINC is a leading healthcare improvement company, uniting an alliance of approximately 3, U. With integrated data and analytics, collaboratives, supply chain solutions, and advisory and other services, Premier enables better care and outcomes at a lower cost.

Premier, a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient, plays a critical role in the rapidly evolving healthcare industry, collaborating with members to co-develop long-term innovations that reinvent and improve the way care is delivered to patients nationwide.

Headquartered in Charlotte, N. His research interests include the molecular mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance and microbial virulence, and the development of molecular diagnostic assays for infectious diseases. Before being named Chief of Intelligence, Mr. Prior to coming to DEA, Mr.

She is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Addiction Medicine. In this role she directs a multidisciplinary consultation service that provides guidance on the clinical management of patients with substance use disorders and associated consequences, conducts brief behavioral interventions and counseling with patients, facilitates linkage to hospital and community-based alcohol and drug treatment programs, and educates healthcare professionals. Scot Kaufman Cancer Center, and a multispecialty provider group.

He has been with the health system since when he came on board as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. He has been President and Chief Executive Officer since A Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, Lyle is active in community health initiatives and has received multiple leadership awards during his career from different organizations.

A life-long learner, an active outdoorsman, and a resident of Harford County since , Lyle and his wife, Donna, live in Havre de Grace and have four children and six grandchildren. She is the clinical leader of a regional care transformation partnership forged between two competing Maryland hospitals the Bay Area Transformation Partnership , and currently acts as president of the Maryland Academy of Family Physicians.

She provides clinical care to underserved individuals at a primary care practice she helped build within a public housing unit within Annapolis.

He developed the behavioral health population health strategy for the Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network. Trivedi is a national expert on behavioral health services and care delivery. Her design team leads design research, requirements gathering, and user interface design work for software projects. Bayless is the president and chief executive officer of Anne Arundel Medical Center. She joined AAMC as vice president of clinical and support services in December and was promoted to chief operating officer in In September , Bayless was named president and chief operating officer and was promoted to president and chief executive officer in Bayless has 25 years of experience in management and leadership roles specializing in strategic planning, health system operations, performance improvement, community health and outreach, medical staff relations, physician practice management and business development.

She received her bachelor of science from Tufts University and her master of health services administration from The University of Michigan School of Public Health. She also holds a certificate in executive leadership from the Georgetown University Center for Professional Development. Bayless and her husband, Mike live in Arnold, MD. They have two children, Connor 18 and Caroline Sentara is comprised of 12 acute care hospitals, 10 nursing centers and 3 assisted living centers in Virginia and northeastern North Carolina, with over 1, physicians in its four medical groups.

Sentara also operates a health plan with , covered lives in Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio. Sentara has continually ranked as one of the most integrated health care networks in the United States by Modern Healthcare magazine, and is the only health care system in the nation to be named in the top 10 continuously since the survey began. Dressler is a board-certified internist and nephrologist, and the Quality and Safety Officer for Academic and Medical Affairs. In this role since , Dr.

Dressler is engaged in initiatives to advance the clinical learning environment; with the goal to improve the quality, cost and value of care through the interprofessional application of high reliability principles. Improving Community Health and Health Equity Through Medical Education; nationwide learning collaborative involving 29 teams from Kathy is also Director of Research for the Karen S.

Kathy received her B. She went on to receive her M. Wetherill came to Christiana Care in as a staff pharmacist. He was later promoted to an evening pharmacy supervisor position and then advanced to Director of Pharmacy Supply.

Prior to coming to Christiana Care, he served on active duty for the US Army and worked for a retail pharmacy chain pharmacy. He is also an actively drilling reservist with the US Army and is stationed at Ft. Wetherill has numerous interests to include refining operational workflow, leading teams and managing supply chain challenges. Barbara is Patty and Jay H. She served two terms as the Director of the Jay H. She was also Vice Dean of the Wharton Undergraduate program.

Barbara is an internationally recognized scholar on retailing, variety seeking, brand loyalty, product assortment and design, and consumer and patient decision-making. She has published more than 75 articles in leading academic journals. She co-authored Grocery Revolution: Anahi Santiago holds a B. Beth Bortz is the President and CEO of the Virginia Center for Health Innovation, a nonprofit established in to accelerate the adoption of value-driven health care in the Commonwealth.

She has received several awards and recognition for her work, including:. A transplanted southerner, Beth and her husband David are avid Philadelphia sports fans and active in Virginia politics. She has two daughters, Devon and Katy. FIC was created to standardize the independent medication formularies into one Health System formulary to enhance medication safety, increase cost savings and promote evidenced-based practices.

Saheed received his medical degree from Cornell University in Saheed joined the Hopkins faculty in He has published over articles and 18 book chapters with over national and international presentations. His research has focused on quality improvement and bariatric surgery and has published influential articles on patient safety, medical education, adolescent bariatric surgery, diabetes and gastric bypass, fertility and birth outcomes following weight loss surgery, probiotics, pre-operative weight loss, family effects of weight loss surgery, effect of weight loss on testosterone, obesity disparities in health care, changes in cancer screening tests following weight loss, endoscopy, and impact of gastric bypass upon alcohol metabolism and cardiac risk factors.

He serves as editor of four books: Quality in Obesity Treatment, Morbid Obesity: His research efforts have been recognized by 26 research awards from 5 different surgical societies. As a teacher, Dr. He was selected as Co-Chair and Chair for Obesity Week and , which is the largest worldwide meeting devoted to obesity with over attendees annually.

Susan Bear, PharmD, is the director of clinical pharmacy services for Carolinas HealthCare System where she leads a team of clinical pharmacists for this hospital system with locations in North and South Carolina. She is a preceptor and mentor to pharmacy students from three North Carolina universities, and she teaches pharmacotherapy to nurse practitioner students at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. Through her efforts, CHS implemented an antibiotic stewardship program. In this role, he works with providers to improve the quality and coordination of care for residents of Harford County Maryland.

Together with his team, he has launched innovative strategies aimed at reducing unnecessary hospital utilization, such as telemedicine programs with Skilled Nursing homes, Community Health Worker programs, virtual visits for chronic disease management, and analytic tools that contribute to and leverage data from the state health information exchange, CRISP.

His responsibilities included provider recruitment, the development commercial and government insurance ACO agreements, care management programs, and information technology implementation within the ACO. Colin has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mt.

He is also a Doctoral Candidate at Johns Hopkins. The Six Sigma program is in its eleventh year with over 50 million dollars of savings to the organization. CAMC has improved its overall patient flow capabilities, being able to reduce deferred patients by per month. Bree Bush is a principal and the leader of the Care Optimization and Throughput practice.

She has been leading healthcare organizations through transformation efforts for more than ten years with GE Healthcare Partners, focusing on utilizing simulation modeling and advanced analytical tools to optimize inpatient, procedural, and clinic capacity. This has allowed organizations to improve access for patients, streamline operations and improve financial performance, while also creating a culture of staff empowerment and continuous improvement.

Currently, she has been navigating and aligning academic medical centers to apply system engineering principals to healthcare environment which includes using simulation modeling to design solution and designing and building Command Centers, a central control point to proactive actively manage capacity and patient flow.

Applying this methodology has shown success in reducing inpatient length-of-stay, improving operating room utilization, and reducing emergency room boarding time.

Bree joined GE Healthcare 10 years ago through the Edison Engineering Development Program, a highly selective program designed to grow future engineering leaders. On program, she designed next generation diagnostic imaging equipment and brought a high-end ultrasound system to market.

He is responsible for the operations of the 5 Johns Hopkins Health System Emergency Departments managing nearly , patient visits annually. Scheulen is considered to be an expert in hospital and emergency department operations.

As Chief Administrative Officer, Jim leads the Johns Hopkins Office of Capacity Management and has operationalized a one of a kind, hospital capacity optimization command center. Steve Morgan attended medical school at the University of Virginia and completed his family practice residency at Roanoke Memorial Hospital in After being in private practice for seven years, he joined Carilion Clinic in He served as a regional medical director in the department of Family and Community Medicine from until Starting in , he transitioned from full time family medicine to a more active role within information technology and was appointed to the role of Chief Medical Information Officer of Carilion Clinic in She has over 20 years of experience in the healthcare environment and has published over 20 peer reviewed articles and 3 book chapters.

Her interests include improving safety for both patients and staff. She has achieved outcomes such as preventing accidents, increased productivity, lowered injury rates, and reduced worker compensation costs by implementing appropriate ergonomic interventions in industrial and hospital environments. Her recent healthcare work involves quality improvement projects to achieve efficient processes and error proofing that result in a safe environment for staff and patients.

He was an orthopedic surgeon with an office practice in Northern Virginia, was Assistant surgeon for the Washington Redskins, and the team physician for the D. United Professional soccer club. During his first term, he led the Virginia Health Reform Initiative; established the Virginia Center for Healthcare Innovation; negotiated a settlement agreement with the Department of Justice that led to the first training center closures in Virginia; oversaw the implementation of an integrated eligibility system.

Throughout this work he stressed the need to recognize that citizens do not fit into siloed programs, and he began to address the need for a culture stressing the collective impact of all of the HHR Agencies. During his second term, Dr. Hazel has become a strong advocate for evidence-informed policies relating to health, healthcare, human services and technology and has engaged with philanthropy to fund upstream initiatives with a goal of prevention. Prior to joining TH, Dr. Captain Jolissaint left active duty to pursue a medical career.

During his tour of duty with General Dynamics, Dr. Jolissaint deployed to Iraq Tikrit, Al Asad, and Baghdad , Afghanistan Bagram, Kandahar, and Kabul , and Kuwait in support of military medical units providing health care support to their respective theaters of combat operations.

Greg and Debby are the proud parents of five wonderful and very successful adult children, and the grandparents of four amazing grandchildren. Although they are both originally from Louisiana, they are now both permanent residents of Maryland. In this role, Dr. Kurfuerst is responsible for strategy execution and the oversight of daily operations for Christiana and Wilmington Hospitals, the Middletown Emergency Department, and community-based ancillary services including imaging, laboratory, rehabilitation, pharmacy, and medical aid unit services.

Prior to assuming the Chief Operating Officer role, Dr. Before joining Christiana Care in , Dr. She began her healthcare career as a practicing occupational therapist with a specialty in neurorehabilitation. Her over 90 publications and presentations span both clinical and health care management topics at the local, regional, and national levels. Kurfuerst earned her undergraduate degree in occupational therapy from Misericordia University in Dallas, PA in D also at Widener in Minor, MD, is a scientist, surgeon, and academic leader.

He is also a professor of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery and a professor of Bioengineering and of Neurobiology, by courtesy, at Stanford University. With his leadership, Stanford Medicine has established a strategic vision to lead the biomedical revolution in Precision Health, a fundamental shift to more proactive and personalized health care that empowers people to lead healthy lives. Before coming to Stanford, Dr. Minor was provost and senior vice president for academic affairs of The Johns Hopkins University.

Prior to his appointment as provost in , Dr. With more than published articles and chapters, Dr. Minor is an expert in balance and inner ear disorders. In the medical community, Dr.

Minor is perhaps best known for his discovery of superior canal dehiscence syndrome, a debilitating disorder characterized by sound- or pressure-induced dizziness.

He subsequently developed a surgical procedure that corrects the problem and alleviates symptoms. He serves as the deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Technology Innovation Center TIC with the goal of partnering with clinical inventors to create novel IT solutions that improves patient care. This team of designers, developers, and data scientists work with inventors to build, deploy, and evaluate digital health solutions within the Johns Hopkins Medical System. At Johns Hopkins, Dr.

Nagy serves as the program director for year-long multidisciplinary leadership development programs at Johns Hopkins Medicine in clinical informatics, analytics and creating commercial ventures. There have been over faculty and staff that have gone through the programs since From he served as the chair of the American Board of Imaging Informatics ABII which created the certification for imaging informatics professionals which has over 1, diplomates.

In , he was inducted into the college of fellows for the Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine. Nagy received his PhD in Medical Physics from the Medical College of Wisconsin and is the author of over papers in the fields of informatics and implementation science. Butte was elected into the National Academy of Medicine in , and in , he was recognized by the Obama Administration as a White House Champion of Change in Open Science for promoting science through publicly available data.

Other recent awards include the E. Butte is also a founder of three investor-backed data-driven companies: Personalis, providing medical genome sequencing services, Carmenta acquired by Progenity , discovering diagnostics for pregnancy complications, and NuMedii, finding new uses for drugs through open molecular data. Butte is a principal investigator of three major programs: Widely published in a variety of oncology general medicine journals, Dr.

Meisenberg remains an active outcomes researcher in the fields of high value medicine and health services research. Hired in , his early tenure focused on solutions for identity management, security, and enterprise portal. Despite this expanded role, Dwight maintains a keen interest in technology, and regularly engages with systems engineers and architects to develop solutions.

Over the past several years, the TIC has developed many new applications and collaborated with emerging healthcare startups. In late , Dwight began efforts to develop a new big-data, precision medicine platform as part of Hopkins InHealth. Dwight holds a B. He has responsibility for overall strategy and deployment of electronic information and technology services.

Dave joined AAMC in as executive director of analytics. In his new role, Dr. Anzilotti will focus on the optimization of care delivery at the acute care level through strategic visioning, network development, clinical technology implementation and leveraging medical informatics.

Anzilotti was a practicing neuroradiologist in the radiology department for more than two years before becoming Chair and he continues to practice neuroradiology. Before joining Christiania Care Health system, Dr.

Anzilotti practiced neuroradiology at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut. Anzilotti had responsibility for the physician leadership and network operations of the ACO which includes close to primary care physicians from five health systems covering almost 48, lives statewide. He also was a resident in diagnostic radiology at Yale-New Haven Hospital and served as Chief Resident from to Anzilotti completed his MBA at the University of Delaware in while continuing his clinical practice and role as Chairman.

She completed a Master of Health Care Delivery Science degree with concentrations in finance, leadership and quality improvement at Dartmouth College in She received her doctorate in Pharmacy in from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science where she also earned her bachelor of science degree. In , she completed a critical care pharmacy practice residency at Grady Health System in Atlanta, Ga.

The year before she completed an ASHP accredited residency in pharmacy practice at the same hospital. In , she was recognized as pharmacist of the year by the Delaware Society of Health System Pharmacists. Thousands of healthcare organizations use Zoom for enterprise team collaboration and telehealth.

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Lumeris provides strategic advising and technology to guide health systems and providers through seamless transitions from volume to value, enabling them to deliver improved care across populations—with better outcomes. We work collaboratively with payers to align contracts and engage physicians in programs that drive high-quality, cost-effective care.

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Way Scholarship for Leadership and Academic Excellence. He graduated with top honors with a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies. McKeon began his professional career at Du Pont de Nemours. He initially led the implementation of large news publishing systems around the world and was later promoted to run marketing and business development.

His career shifted to health care when he was recruited to Stanford University Medical Center, where he initially led the Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiothoracic Surgery business. He was then promoted to Director of Market Development for all 17 business lines at Stanford.

He then went to Raytel Medical Systems — the largest cardiac monitoring business in the United States. McKeon came to Houston to join U. Oncology, which provides cancer care for over 25 percent of the U. McKeon then moved to Medtronic Inc. He led Strategy and Emerging Technologies across all of the Medtronic businesses. His main focus was to define the digital strategy for all Medtronic medical devices so that they could connect to cellular devices.

Additionally, he diversified the business from one line to four lines and prepared the company for IPO. Today, Microport is listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange. Cellnovo is public on the European Exchange. Paula Batt is a seasoned leader with more than 20 years of experience in strategic planning, business development, and team building.

Vice President of Sales for StayWell, she is focused on delivering the latest behavior change and engagement solutions to the health system, health plan, and large employer markets.

Paula joined the organization in , concentrating on strategic business partnerships in the non-profit sector, including the American Red Cross, the American Lung Association, and the American Heart Association. She is based in Washington, DC. After completing his administrative residency at Parkland, he has been privileged to be associated with many well-respected organizations throughout the State of Texas.

Throughout his career, he has held various leadership positions including: His personal philosophy in regards to his work in healthcare is based upon a belief that it is a privilege and an honor to be of service to others. Additionally, Judi and her team are responsible for cultivating strategic relations, within the healthcare industry, for potential collaboration opportunities. Spencer is a partner and managing director based in the Denver office.

He focuses on healthcare delivery systems and their evolving interactions with the rest of the healthcare industry, including service providers, payers, employers, biopharma and med-tech players. He also serves on the editorial board of three journals and is an active peer reviewer for multiple prestigious journals.

In , he completed a nutrition fellowship and currently acts as nutrition consultant. Bechtold is actively involved in mentoring fellows, residents, and medical students in research, quality improvement, and the practice of clinical gastroenterology in an academic institution.

He was awarded his medical doctorate from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in and performed cardiac transplant immunology research. He subsequently completed internship and residency training in Internal Medicine in at New York Presbyterian Hospital: He joined the Gastroenterology Division as a faculty member in the Roberts Center for Inflammatory Bowel Disease at that time and has rapidly become a nationally recognized expert in Inflammatory Bowel Disease.

He has published numerous articles, abstracts and book chapters, and been the site or lead investigator on many multi-center clinical trials. In addition to overseeing the operations and function of the entire medicine service, he is working to reengineer the clinical learning environment of the institution.

Bosworth is a Fellow of the American College of Gastroenterology. She has been a staff member in the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Cleveland Clinic since graduating from her fellowship there in She is internationally known for her expertise in the inherited colon cancer syndromes and the prevention of colorectal neoplasia. Her area of clinical and research interests include the prevention of colorectal neoplasia both in sporadic individuals and those with the inherited colorectal cancer syndromes.

She has been involved in the education of medical students, residents and fellows since and has developed and coordinated the digestive disease curriculum for trainees in the in and outpatient setting in the Department.

She has authored or co-authored over publications. She is a visiting professor, and invited speaker at national and international conferences on the prevention of colorectal neoplasia and the inherited colon cancer syndromes.

She has been an associate editor for the American Journal of Gastroenterology and is a reviewer for many journals including Gut, Endoscopy, Diseases of the Colon and Rectum, Gastroenterology, Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, and the American Journal of Gastroenterology to name a few.

I chose my current career because I love the stimulation of working in an academic setting with trainees and individuals in other specialties, in particular, to collaborate on research. I also like the recognition of a large institution which allows flexibility in work style, opportunities for program development and national leadership.

Calderwood integrates her clinical interests in general gastroenterology, high-risk cancer syndromes and patient-centered care with her passion for health services research focused on appropriate utilization of and quality around colon cancer screening and surveillance. She is also an active member of the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. She understands the intricacies of managing a family with another academic physician and two school aged children and makes personal well-being a priority whenever possible.

He is a clinical hepatologist by training and in practice and is board certified in internal medicine, gastroenterology and hepatology, and transplant hepatology CAQ. He followed with a fellowship in gastroenterology and hepatology at Emory Subsequently he relocated to Indiana University School of Medicine where he remains to date. He has published over original manuscripts and dozens of review articles, editorials, and text book chapters. He serves as the Associate Editor for Gastroenterology.

In addition, he is the PI for an R01 grant and a K24 grant. He is a former trustee of the ACG. His passion for scholarly pursuits was stimulated by his early mentors and role models Thomas Boyer and Charles Wilcox and subsequently encouraged and strengthened by his colleagues at IU Drs.

Imperiale, Rex, and Crabb. After completing her training, she joined the division of Gastroenterology and the center for Neurogastroenterology and Motility at Johns Hopkins Medical Institute. Prior to joining the Northwell Health system, Dr. She has presented her research at numerous scientific meetings and is part of several professional advisory committees. Throughout her career, she has also demonstrated leadership in addressing the issues of women in academic medicine and has a strong interest in medical education.

Her research interests include the pathophysiological mechanisms of gastroesophageal reflux disease, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and the role of the gut microbiome in gastrointestinal disorders, particularly in motility and functional bowel disorders. Roland is focusing on the role of the microbiota in small intestinal dysmotility and small intestine bacterial overgrowth syndromes.

She hopes to translate fundamental and multi-faceted information about SIBO and the microbiome into practical applications to improve patient care. She serves as the Co-Director of the G. This center is an interdisciplinary research and education organization, dedicated to the study of brain-body interactions in health and disease. Specifically, her research is focused on the pathophysiology of IBS related to stress, early life adversity, sex differences, and genetic and epigenetic factors, and gut microbiome and the treatment of IBS.

She has authored more than original research articles, 50 review articles, and 20 book chapters on her specialty interests. As an educator for over 25 years, she has played an active role as advisor and mentor to trainees and junior colleagues on faculty and in practice. Reezwana Chowdhury, MD Dr. She completed her medical school training at NYU School of Medicine where she herself was inspired to be a Gastroenterologist by her mentor, Dr.

She has published journal articles, poster abstracts and book chapters. She will be joining a private practice group outside of Baltimore, MD to live with her husband. Her interests are in General GI including celiac disease and Liver diseases. He completed his undergraduate education at Cornell University and attended medical school in his home state at the University of Maryland.

He moved to Chicago to complete residency and fellowship training at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago respectively.

At the University of Chicago, Dr. Cohen completed a 4 year research fellowship, investigating Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor signaling in colon cancer under the mentorship of Dr.

One of the most difficult decisions of his career was the decision to leave behind a career in basic research for a career as a clinician educator. He has been actively involved with educating medical students and GI fellows, and has received a number of teaching awards.

Cohen is married and has 3 children. My fellowship training was at the University of Florida, Gainesville where my interests were in inflammatory bowel diseases and small bowel endoscopy. I am currently the PI on several IBD clinical trials as well as a few clinical investigator-initiated research studies. I was an active member on that committee for 4 years when I was nominated to become the committee Chair. Mohit Girotra, MD Dr. His clinical and research interests include therapeutic pancreatico-biliary endoscopy ERCP, EUS , advanced luminal endoscopy RFA, Stenting , emerging technologies, endoscopic innovation, fecal microbiota transplantation and general endoscopy.

He considers himself fortunate for receiving several opportunities to work with wonderful investigators and mentors, which have helped him shape his career, and he strives to extend the same quality of mentorship to coming generations of gastroenterologists through this program.

His interests in endoscopy include new technology, reprocessing and infection control in endoscopy, training, quality in endoscopy, sedation, patient preparation, GERD, colon cancer screening and prevention, and capsule endoscopy.

He received his internal medicine training at St. Sinai Hospital in New York City. His interests include clinical research and clinical care of the patients in general gastroenterology, including gastrointestinal bleeding disorders, esophageal disease, advances in endoscopic procedures, and preventative medicine.

He is actively involved with academic teaching of gastroenterology fellows, medical residents, and students on the hospital wards while maintaining a busy clinical practice. He is an ad-hoc reviewer for various gastroenterology journals and a contributing author to a number of peer-reviewed publications in the medical literature. She did her internal medicine residency at Washington University in Saint Louis and her fellowship training at Baylor College of Medicine. Her clinical interests include motility disorders and esophageal disease.

She is on the clinical educator track. She is in academic medicine because of her commitment to teaching, research, and collaborative care as well as the work life balance it offers. She is part of a dual physician marriage and is balancing the joys of work with children. I was at the University of Chicago from my Residency in Medicine until the end of I completed a GI Fellowship in and rose through the academic ranks to become Professor of Medicine and subsequently was awarded the Joseph B.

My clinical research has been related to epidemiology and therapeutics for IBD. I am a busy, practicing clinician and clinical trialist. My greatest pleasure is in mentoring and the development of future leaders in our field. She is a current member of the Gastroenterology Fellowship committee and serves as the Department Education coordinator for Gastroenterology supervising visiting GI fellows and medical students.

She has actively been involved in mentoring medical students, residents and fellows over the years. Four months will be dedicated to the following rotations: Case material includes biopsies, routine specimens, review cases and greater than 1, outside expert consultation cases per year. The program has a preference for candidates who are already board certified. You can read more about Moffitt's fellowships at https: We strive to train independent hematopathologists to acquire state of the art diagnostic skills and clinical research knowledge, and to foster the pursuit of academic or specialty practice careers.

The structure of our one-year clinical fellowship provides one core year of training in diagnostic hematopathology to meet eligibility for the subspecialty certification in Hematology given by the American Board of Pathology. The fellows will become proficient in evaluation of hematopathologic materials by exposure to approximately 5, in-house and consultation bone marrows, flow cytometry analyses, 1, in-house and consultation lymph nodes, 1, fine needle aspirates of lymph nodes, and 5, peripheral blood smears and body fluids yearly.

Application deadline is January for AY We also consider excellent candidates if the positions unfilled by then. Submit application and supporting documents to: The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School is offering a one year fellowship position specializing in the diagnosis of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas with opportunities to participate in clinicopathologic and basic science research.

Each location offers a unique experience with a variety of interesting and challenging in-house and consultation cases.

The fellow will be trained in gross examination, pathologic diagnosis, frozen section consultation, molecular pathology, and if interested, basic science research and informatics. The fellow will also attend and present cases at multidisciplinary case conferences and tumor boards and will have an active role in teaching residents, clinical fellows, and medical students.

The fellow, appointed as a faculty instructor, may also have the opportunity to sign out cases independently in the second half of the year after faculty approval. Commensurate with candidate's level of training Requirements: Candidate must have completed a four year residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology or a three year residency in Anatomic Pathology and hold a full unrestricted NJ state medical license.

Will be accepted beginning August 1st, Interviews will begin September with formal offers by January 1st, for both available positions. Send application materials to: Transfusion Medicine Fellowship Openings for and Description: This one-year ACGME approved program provides instruction and experience in hospital and blood center transfusion medicine.

The trainee actively participates in routine and complex serological evaluations, perinatal testing, component collection and therapy, therapeutic apheresis, hematopoietic progenitor cell collection, quality processes, HLA, bone marrow transplant, flow cytometry, and information management at Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University beds , The James Cancer Hospital beds , Ross Heart Hospital beds , Nationwide Children's Hospital beds and the Central Ohio Red Cross Blood Services.

Support will commensurate with year of post-graduate training. Complete fellowship applications will include: Additional information can be found on our website: The fellowship is designed to provide the trainee with a broad-based experience in clinical hematopathology, including experience in routine laboratory hematology, bone marrow morphology, coagulation, flow cytometry, solid tissue hematopathology, pediatric hematopathology, cytogenetics and diagnostic molecular pathology.

The trainee is actively involved in all diagnostic evaluations, clinical consultations and teaching programs of the department. The clinical material reflects the breadth of hematopathology and includes over 2, bone marrow biopsies, lymph node biopsies, 3, diagnostic flow cytometry cases, 1, manual smear reviews, hemoglobinopathy evaluations, 1, coagulation evaluations and 3, body fluid samples on an annual basis.

Elective time is available for pursuit of research interests. The affiliated teaching hospitals support cardiopulmonary surgery, solid organ and bone marrow transplantation, trauma service, neonatal and pediatric programs, and an HLA laboratory. Approximately 60, blood components are transfused in the affiliated teaching hospitals each year.

The blood center collects over , whole blood and 9, apheresis donations, and maintains an accredited immunohematology reference laboratory. Research opportunities are available in transfusion medicine and related disciplines. The training program provides the necessary experience to develop the expertise in transfusion medicine for medical director duties in a community blood center or hospital transfusion service. Louisville is an exciting place to live with numerous amenities for a city its size.

It offers many cultural and sports activities and offers an excellent location with mild weather. It is home to the Kentucky Derby and the Cardinals College basketball and football teams.

Interested candidates should submit the CAP standardized fellowship application, a copy of their current C. They should be eligible to hold a medical license in Kentucky. Currently the work volume at the University of Louisville Hospital includes Pap tests and non-gynecologic specimens including FNA procedures. The program offers opportunities for rotations in Flow Cytometry, Molecular Pathology and Immunohistochemistry as well as specialized rotations in subspecialties of Surgical Pathology.

Fellows actively participate in the intra and interdepartmental conferences and are encouraged to be involved in research projects. The office performs approximately cases per year from both urban and rural areas, encompassing 40 counties. The fellow is thus afforded with the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of cases, including cases unique to rural settings, such as farming, hunting, and mining fatalities. Located in one of the country's largest metropolitan areas, the KY OCME also conducts many cases associated with urban areas.

Ample opportunity is provided for attendance at death scenes. Regularly scheduled didactics include monthly Journal Clubs, monthly Check Sample reviews, and bi-monthly forensic topic discussions with faculty. Fellows are provided private office space and ample educational materials, including standard texts and microscopic glass slide teaching files.

Additional offsite rotations include a forensic toxicology laboratory, forensic anthropology course, and the Kentucky State Police Crime Laboratory. The fellow participates in the courtroom experience, first by accompanying the attending physician to court, and later in the year, by giving sworn testimony in the cases that the fellow has participated. Commensurate with the year 5 of postgraduate training Program Director: William Ralston, MD Phone: An opening for one year position in Surgical Pathology fellowship is available for the academic years beginning July and July This is a one year fellowship program with 1 position per year which provides the trainee with advanced training and experience in general surgical pathology, and opportunities for extensive experience in all subspecialty areas at a busy academic medical center.

Anatomic pathology staff includes experts in the fields of pulmonary, urologic, breast, gynecologic, pancreaticobiliary tract, and head and neck pathology. The fellowship is designed to provide comprehensive training in diagnostic surgical pathology including standard diagnostic practices, immunohistochemistry, and specialized techniques. Elective time during the fellowship can be individually tailored to meet the needs of the fellow and spent in clinical or basic research, or used for more rigorous training in various areas of surgical pathology.

The candidate is expected to participate in inter-departmental clinical conferences, frozen section, and teaching anatomic pathology residents. In addition, ample opportunities exist for scholarly collaborations in all areas of surgical pathology. The fellow will combine GU pathology, digital pathology and related image analyses, and machine learning applications convolution neural networks, "deep-learning" and carry research projects aimed to identify areas of translational research to advance clinical care.

Applicants must have demonstrable experience in research with a track record in publications. Candidates must have an M. Submit applications, including CV, a brief statement of interest, and names of three references to: The Genitourinary Pathology Fellowship Training Program at the Indiana University School of Medicine provides comprehensive training in all aspects of genitourinary pathology.

Upon completing the program, the fellow will be prepared to assume a role as a subspecialty consultant in genitourinary pathology, in either an academic or private practice setting. The expanded GU service provides the Fellow with opportunities to develop the ability to handle a large and diverse case load in an efficient and accurate manner. The program allows for two months of research away from the clinical service.

Applicants must have completed two years of accredited anatomic pathology training, and be eligible for a medical license in the State of Indiana. Stipends are commensurate with the years of postgraduate training. Applications are currently being accepted for two fellowship positions at the Division of Hematopathology of Indiana University School of Medicine.

The ACGME-accredited one- year fellowship program offers a comprehensive training in adult and pediatric hematopathology with wide variety of specimens such as bone marrows, lymph nodes, spleens and other tissues. In addition to tissue hematopathology, the fellowship includes designated rotations in general hematology laboratory including laboratory management, flow cytometry, cytogenetics, molecular diagnostics and coagulation.

Recently expanded rotation in molecular hematopathology includes instruction in next generation sequencing through participation in an in-house NGS service. Two elective months are provided for research and additional diagnostic exposure. The Division is actively involved in clinically oriented research particularly in the area of neoplastic hematopathology.

Salary levels are commensurate with the candidate's training and experience. A standardized CAP fellowship application, curriculum vitae, personal statement and three letters of reference are required. This one year fellowship offers intensive sign-out experience in a wide array of surgical pathology cases, including a large and varied oncologic case mix in surgical subspecialty areas such as head and neck, breast, GYN, thoracic, GI, GU, and neuropathology.

The trainee will also participate in a busy frozen section service. Additional opportunities include resident and medical student teaching, as well as translational research. One 1 per year. Applicants must be Board eligible in Anatomic Pathology. Commensurate with the candidate's level of training. Please submit the Standardized Pathology Fellowship Application Form available on the CAP website with curriculum vitae, personal statement, and three letters of recommendation. The Department of Pathology invites applications for a one year fellowship in surgical pathology.

Based in a university health care system which includes the bed Medical Center, the Critical Care Center housing a county regional trauma center, and the bed Children's Hospital of Georgia, the program provides advanced training and graduated responsibilities in diagnostic surgical pathology.

The laboratory examines about 14, surgical specimens using up to date CAP protocols, and immunohistochemical and molecular work up; and about 1, frozen sections per year. Responsibilities include preliminary diagnosis of all cases, frozen section interpretation including hot-seat, and preview of cases on consult services with appropriate supervision by faculty. The fellow is expected to present at interdepartmental tumor boards, and participate in the training of anatomic pathology residents.

Educational activities include didactic conferences, unknown case conferences, monthly journal clubs, evidence-based conferences, and case presentations. The department provides ample opportunities for scholarly activities and collaborations in all areas of surgical pathology. The faculty includes board certified specialists in most areas of anatomic pathology such as dermatopathology, hematopathology, neuropathology, cytopathology, and molecular pathology. Other available subspecialties include head and neck, thyroid, renal, gastrointestinal, gynecologic, and genitourinary pathology.

The department has a close relationship with the Georgia Cancer Center, which provides many opportunities for basic and translational research, as well as the adjacent Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center.

Augusta, one of the largest cities in Georgia, is located on the south bank of the Savannah River midway between the Great Smokey Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. It is a growing and thriving city with a metropolitan- area population of around ,, and recently ranked the second most favorable place to live in Georgia. The city has an active cultural life including symphony and ballet organizations, a choral society, and theatre groups.

Nearby Clarks Hill Lake has 1, miles of shoreline for recreation; and the Atlantic Coast and the Great Smokey Mountains are three hours away by automobile. Augusta is world- renowned as the home of the Masters Golf Tournament. American Board of Pathology eligible or certified individuals are preferred.

Commensurate with PGY5 pay level or candidate's level of training. This Center of Excellence receives specimens annually of which greater than cases represent consultations and surgically resected neoplasms of Bone and Soft tissue. Four week electives are offered to include rotations in FISH, cytogenetics and research. The meeting costs for a presentation are covered by the program. Ample support for performing ancillary studies for research projects is provided by the department.

Interested and qualified individuals who are board-eligible or board-certified in anatomical pathology should submit the required documents to the Fellowship Director online https: This is an exciting and innovative program that incorporates a required 24 week core component on the transfusion service and an 8 week core rotations on the coagulation and hemostasis service.

A 4 week elective period may be done either at Vanderbilt University, or as an away-rotation at another institution, including the possibility of a global health rotation in transfusion medicine in another country.

A major strength of this Fellowship compared with other TM fellowship programs in the US, is the foundation it will provide in delivering service through Diagnostic Management Teams DMT - an innovative health delivery modality pioneered in our department at VUMC, now being adopted at numerous other US medical institutions. The program also includes daily Morning Rounds with the attending physician and residents, as well as daily supervision of the Stem Cell Collection and Photopheresis Unit.

The fellowship includes a strong didactic component with regular lecturers, seminars, journal clubs, case conferences. The fellowship also includes a lecture series on "Fundamentals of Laboratory, Business and Human Resource Management" offered by faculty from the Owen Graduate School of Management and the Department of PMI that is attended by all residents and fellows in the department and encompasses topics in health policy; laboratory analytics, business management; as well as topics human resource management, negotiation and conflict management.

In addition, the department has now established the Vanderbilt Pathology Education Research Group VPERG with a weekly lecture and research meeting series to promote education research in pathology for fellows, residents and faculty. The fellow will also complete a small research project under faculty supervision. Located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee, Vanderbilt University is one of the nation's leading research and teaching institutions with undergraduate medical programs contiguous on the same campus.

Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, is a growing cosmopolitan area with a population exceeding 1 million, diverse entertainment, excellent schools and ready access to outdoor activities. South Nashville, TN Email: There is one position available each year.

The program provides strong curriculum in pediatric surgical pathology, materno-fetal pathology, and pediatric autopsy pathology. The Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt MCJCH accessioned more than 8, pediatric surgical pathology cases, over 1, placentas and over 50 pediatric autopsies in The faculty includes 26 anatomic pathologists and separate divisions of renal pathology, hematopathology and neuropathology; providing subspecialty expertise in soft tissue pathology, gastrointestinal pathology, pulmonary pathology, breast pathology, gynecologic pathology, genitourinary pathology, neuropathology and muscle pathology.

Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt are experiencing expansion in many areas with a nationally recognized cancer center, multifaceted organ and stem cell transplant programs and expansion of educational programs, clinical and translational research and basic science programs. This is an exciting period of growth for the pathology department.

Located in the heart of Nashville, Vanderbilt University is one of the nation's leading research and teaching institutions, with an undergraduate medical program, and many post-graduate programs contiguous on the same campus. An online application is available by clicking here.

Please provide three letters of recommendation. For additional information, please contact: The fellowship is under the direction of Agnes B. The fellow is directly involved in the diagnostic evaluation of all renal biopsies received annually by the Renal Pathology Laboratory at Vanderbilt. The fellow will be expected to work independently in preparing cases for sign-out by the faculty using light, immunofluorescence and electron microscopy.

Fellows will also present cases at clinical conferences held jointly with the Nephrology and Renal Transplant Divisions, have ample exposure to clinical teaching conferences, actively participate in teaching renal pathology to medical students, residents and nephrology fellows, and attend weekly departmental surgical pathology slide conferences.

Fellows are expected to pursue an academic project, e. Fellows are encouraged and funds are available to attend a yearly scientific meeting during their training. To apply, please send a letter of interest, three reference letters, and current CV to: Edu Agnes Fogo, M. Vanderbilt University John L. The fellowship emphasizes academic diagnostic hematopathology. We support adult and pediatric hematology and oncology including bone marrow transplants, solid organ transplant programs and regional Hemophilia Center.

We are a regional Hematopathology referral center and an active participant in the Southwest Oncology Group. Training includes acquisition of diagnostic skills for benign and neoplastic hematologic disorders using blood, bone marrow, lymph nodes, body fluids and any tissues involved by hematologic disorders.

The fellow will become proficient in flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry, interpretation of FISH, karyotypes, automated hematology and special coagulation. Exposure to laboratory administration and leadership is part of the training, as is teaching residents and medical students. All previous fellows have passed subspecialty boards. Please visit our website: All materials and inquiries should be addressed to the program coordinator: A one-year integrated surgical pathology fellowship experience beginning July 1 is provided by the faculty and staff of the Department of Pathology at MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio.

The fellow will participate in the supervision and dissection of complex surgical pathology cases and will have junior staff responsibility final sign out and frozen section diagnoses. Surgical pathology accessions for exceeds 22, cases. The fellow will also participate in related ancillary studies such as flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry, etc.

Active involvement in an investigative study as well as problem solving of unusual cases referred from outside is encouraged.

Electives are offered in a wide variety of surgical pathology subspecialty areas including pulmonary, GYN and renal pathology. The appointee will participate in intra- and extra- mural teaching conferences, and tumor boards and assist in the supervision and teaching of pathology residents, and medical students. Commensurate with level of training Applications: How to give us feedback - click here. Pathology Fellowship listings Last revised 13 September , Recently posted fellowship ads Biweekly email listing new fellowship openings PathologyOutlines.

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