The Post-Sophomore Fellowship is designed to consolidate the student’s understanding of basic mechanisms of disease, enhance their knowledge of normal and pathologic anatomy, and develop an awareness for the relationship a clinical laboratory has with effective patient care.
The Clinical Chemistry Fellowship provides broad experience in clinical chemistry for pathologists and scientists with appropriate prior training. The program encompasses preparation in clinical service, laboratory administration, research, and teaching.
The Combined Training in Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Immunology Fellowship provides broad experience in clinical chemistry combined with comprehensive exposure to the major areas of clinical and diagnostic immunology.
The Cytopathology Fellowship provides comprehensive, broad-based training in cytopathology.
The GI Pathology Fellowship is designed to give the fellow experience at the junior faculty level, including progressive sign-out privileges for qualified fellows.
The Hematopathology Fellowship is designed to meet the needs of the successful candidate and offers broad experience in both diagnostic and experimental hematopathology.
The Medical Microbiology Fellowship provides hands-on experience in bacteriology, mycobacteriology, mycology, parasitology, virology, molecular microbiology, and serology through a series of structured bench rotations and independent research.
The Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship provides comprehensive training in molecular testing for human genetics, infectious diseases, hematopathology, oncology, pharmacogenetics and histocompatibility.
The Neuropathology Fellowship provides broad experience in diagnostic neuropathology, with emphasis on surgical neuropathology but also with exposure to autopsy, forensic and neuromuscular neuropathology.
The Pediatric Pathology Fellowship offers extensive experience in pediatric anatomic and clinical pathology at Primary Children’s Hospital, ARUP Laboratories, and University of Utah Health.
The Surgical Pathology Fellowship is designed to give the fellow experience at the junior faculty level, including sign-out of surgical pathology cases.
The Medical Genetics Fellowship provides 18 months of clinical rotations, working in the general outpatient genetics clinic at Primary Children's Hospital, and at the Utah Department of Health.
The Clinical Biochemical Genetics Fellowship provides training in laboratory testing for the diagnosis and follow-up of patients with inherited metabolic disorders.
The LGG Fellowship Program provides specialized training in all aspects of sample preparation, analyses and reporting of various types of samples, with a focus on detection and interpretation of chromosomal abnormalities in the Clinical Cytogenetics laboratory, and testing for mutations in human disease in the Clinical Molecular Genetics laboratory.