A post-sophomore fellowship in pathology is a special opportunity to get clinical and research experience, putting medical students in the shoes of a resident. By pursuing a fellowship, deferring your medical school curriculum for a year, you’ll then spend that academic year as part of a pathology department earning a stipend.
Hear from a panel of pathology residents who have completed a post-sophomore fellowship. Ask questions, get info, and learn how a student fellowship can set you up for success as a future pathology trainee.
David Afework, MD
PGY1 at Oregon Health and Sciences University
Previous Post-Junior Student Fellow at UCLA (2021–2022)
Meredith Herman, DO
PGY1 at the University of Michigan
Previous Post-Sophomore Student Fellow at the University of Toledo (2020–2021)
Olivia Sagan, MD
PGY2 at the University of Rochester
Previous Post-Sophomore Student Fellow at the University of Toledo (2019–2020)
MS4 at West Virginia University
Previous Post-Sophomore Student Fellow at West Virginia University (2021–2022)