Candidates must have satisfactorily completed the training required for certification in clinical and/or anatomical pathology by the American Board of Pathology. At the discretion of the department chair and the program director, board-certified or board-eligible physicians in related specialties may be considered for appointment.
All application materials, including recommendation letters, must be submitted online and include the following:
- Completed online House Staff Application
- Current Curriculum Vitae
- Personal Statement
- USMLE/COMLEX Transcripts
- Two Recommendation Letters (one from Program Director)
Applications are accepted July 1 – Sept. 30 for the position that starts July 1 the following year.
Interviews are offered beginning mid-August and completed by the end of November.
Interested applicants should address communications to Program Director, Jyotinder Nain Punia, M.D. and Program Coordinator, Rosario Guzman.
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