The University of Alabama at Birmingham's Department of Pathology offers multiple subspecialty-focused fellowships in diagnostic pathology. We provide extensive clinical training experience in a collaborative diverse environment along with ample opportunities in teaching and engaging in basic, translational and clinical research programs. Our training programs and faculty have achieved national and international recognition in clinical service, teaching and research. 

ACGME Accredited Fellowship Programs

Blood Banking/Transfusion Medicine

Cytopathology

Dermatopathology

Forensic Pathology

Hematopathology

Molecular Genetic Pathology

Neuropathology (2-year program)

Surgical Pathology Subspecialty Training/Instructorship Program

Breast/GYN Pathology

GI Pathology

GU Pathology

GYN Pathology

Surgical Pathology

Surgical Pathology fellowships can be customized according to the fellow's interests and goals. Examples include Breast/GI, GU/Renal, GYN/GU, etc. This program offers advanced comprehensive training experiences, graduated responsibilities with independent handling of frozen sections/intraoperative consultations, and sign-out privileges. Trainees will strengthen their diagnostic skills and fine tune their pathology training to prepare them for an academic career or a career in private practice. 

How to apply: 

  • Complete the UAB GME application form here.
  • Send your application along with CV, personal statement, copy of Medical diploma, USMLE scores, ECFMG (if applicable) and three letters of recommendation to path-fellowships@uabmc.edu

Salary, Benefits and Resources

Contact Information
Susan Mills 
Program Coordinator
Telephone: (205) 975-3450
Email: path-fellowships@uabmc.edu