The Pathology Service at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas offers a one-year fellowship program in general surgical pathology. The goal of this fellowship is to combine in-depth, high level training in various subspecialties of surgical pathology.
The fellowship is centered on active clinical services with outstanding complex diagnostic material to enhance the experience of the fellow. It provides an opportunity to conduct clinicopathological and translational research in the chosen area of subspecialty interest with pathology faculty members and clinical physicians.
Baylor Dallas’ Surgical Pathology Fellowship program is approved by the Texas Medical Board to train one fellow. We offer a one-year fellowship at a PGY level of IV or above. This fellowship is offered in the Department of Pathology at Baylor Dallas in Dallas, Texas.
The emphasis of the program is on progressive independence in case management. This including gross examination, intraoperative consultation, microscopic diagnosis, as well as ancillary and molecular testing, resulting in a complete diagnostic report on complex cases.
Baylor Dallas Surgical Pathology case volume is nearly 57,000 annually and represents a broad spectrum of pathology case types. Baylor Dallas is a large tertiary hospital in Dallas, and as a result, the volume is large and varied. Baylor Dallas is affiliated with Texas A&M University Medical Center.