Pathology Informatics Fellowship Program

Fellow Responsibilities

The fellow will have primary responsibility for designing and managing his or her project, with supervision from the Informatics Division faculty and support from Informatics Division staff. Project scope, goals, and timelines will be established during the initial phase of the project and the fellow (in collaboration with the faculty lead) will be responsible for administering and adjusting the project's resources and scope to achieve a successful outcome. Fellows are expected to present the results of their work on a semi-annual basis to the Division and Department at scheduled seminars. Fellows are also expected to submit abstracts of their work for presentation (for example, at the APIII meeting or the American Medical Informatics Association fall meeting) and to submit manuscripts based on their work for publication in appropriate journals.

Fellows may also be invited to participate in teaching pathology residents during the Core Informatics Rotation, in teaching other students in courses managed by the Informatics Division faculty, in writing reviews with faculty members addressing aspects of pathology informatics, or in presenting to a variety of groups in invited seminars given by Informatics Division faculty.