Pathology Fellowship Programs
A number of advanced training fellowships are available on a competitive basis. Please select the appropriate link below for additional information.
Fellowship Program Administrator
UCSF Department of Pathology
This fellowship is designed for trainees pursuing an academic career in diagnostic breast pathology.
Providing training in all areas of cytology.
The Dermatopathology Fellowship program is planned as preparation for a career in dermatopathology, either in an academic setting or in practice, with an academic orientation.
Gastrointestinal & Hepatobiliary Pathology
The fellowship provides a primary role in diagnosis of adult and pediatric gastrointestinal, liver, pancreas, and biliary tract disease.
General Surgical Pathology
Training in high level diagnostic general surgical pathology.
A one-year program designed for trainees pursuing a career subspecializing in diagnostic genitourinary pathology.
Designed for trainees pursuing an academic career in diagnostic gynecologic pathology.
Molecular Genetic Pathology
Training in the areas of cancer genetics (solid tumors and hematopathology), inherited disease, infectious disease, forensics, pharmacogenomics, and cytogenetics.
Providing comprehensive training in diagnostic and investigative neuropathology within one of the largest subspecialty training centers.
The renal pathology fellowship at UCSF is designed to train the next generation of medical renal pathology leaders with emphasis on clinical excellence, teaching, and research.