Breast/GYN Pathology Clinical Instructorship Program


NOTE - Interested candidates could still apply for 2023-2024. Application process for 2024-2025 will begin in April 2022.

Mission Statement

To provide 12 months subspecialty anatomical pathology training for 3 trainees in a large academic tertiary care specialty hospital of the UPMC Health System that, across multiple clinical specialties including pathology, focuses predominantly on health issues unique to women throughout their lives.

The clinical instructorship includes graduated independent sign-out of breast and gynecologic biopsy and resection specimens, including intraoperative gross and frozen section consultations. Supplemental training is flexible and typically includes gynecologic cytology, perinatal pathology, and molecular pathology.

Eligibility Requirements for UPMC Pathology Clinical Instructorships:

  • An MD degree or equivalent
  • Completion of approved ACGME residency training in pathology
  • A full, unrestricted Pennsylvania medical license
  • US citizenship or permanent residency
  • An ability to obtain staff privileges at UPMC


Rohit Bhargava, MD
Director, Breast and Gynecologic Pathology Fellowship Program
Magee-Womens Hospital
300 Halket Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Office Phone: 412-641-4651
Email Address: BHARRX@upmc.edu