Rhode Island, Brown University
Openings for July 2018 and July 2019
This accredited program provides two years of training in neuropathology in preparation for certification by the
American Board of Pathology. Trainees will master gross and microscopic description of neuropathologic material
obtained at autopsy or surgery, and electron microscopic evaluation of brain, nerve and muscle biopsies. They will
serve as laboratory consultants to, and will participate in teaching conferences with, the Department of Clinical
Neuroscience (Neurology/Neurosurgery). General facilities are described under the Brown University Pathology
Program. Clinical rotations will include forensic neuropathology (Medical Examiner's Office), and neonatal
neuropathology (Women & Infants Hospital). A wide range of research opportunities are also available in the 5
affiliated teaching hospitals or in conjunction with the Brown campus faculty.
MD with two years of anatomic pathology training, or one year anatomic pathology and neurology or neurosurgery
Edward G Stopa MD Director, Alzheimer's Disease; Anthony C Douglas MD, PhD Pathologist-in-Chief, Brain
Tumors, Neuromuscular Disease; Suzanne de la Monte MD MPH, Alzheimer's Disease, Alcoholic Brain Disease,
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Insulin Resistance and Neurodegeneration; John E Donahue MD Blood Brain Barrier;
George Sachs MD Neuromuscular Diseases; Cynthia L Jackson PhD Molecular Biology; M. Halit Pinar MD
Pediatric and Perinatal Neuropathology; Priya Banerjee MD Assistant Medical Examiner, Forensic Pathology,
Neuropathology; Patricia Ogera MD Assistant Medical Examiner, Forensic Pathology, Neuropathology.
CAP Standarized Application for Pathology Fellowships, a personal statement, curriculum vitae, a copy of the
USMLE transcript scores, and three letters of recommendation should be sent to: Edward Stopa, MD, Director
Neuropathology Training Program, Rhode Island Hospital, Pathology, 593 Eddy Street, Providence, RI 02903.
Telephone: (401) 444-5057 Fax: (401) 606-1233 Email: [email protected]