Hematopathology Fellowship Program

Hematopathology Fellowship Program 

Next Opening 2026-2027

The Department of Pathology offers two funded ACGME-accredited fellowship positions in hematopathology with emphasis on diagnostic hematopathology and laboratory hematology.  The program includes training in peripheral blood and bone marrow morphology/interpretation, lymph node pathology, laboratory hematology, coagulation, flow cytometric immunophenotyping, immunohistochemistry, cytogenetics, and molecular pathology.

The laboratory performs approximately 370,000 hematology tests per year and evaluates >2,000 in house bone marrows and lymph nodes, > 5,000 flow cytometry cases, > 2700 consultation cases, and > 2,000 peripheral blood and body fluid smears per year.  This volume allows for exceptional depth and breadth of experience.

Fellows serve as the initial consultants for all cases on their service and are an essential and integral component of patient care. While delivering excellent care is the primary focus of our department, as part of this process, we are dedicated to providing fellows with the foundational knowledge and experience to create skilled and adaptable diagnosticians, nurture their interests, and provide personalized opportunities to help them fulfill their career goals.  We seek candidates with a strong interest in hematopathology and who possess a growth mindset and dedication to patient care, lifelong learning, and teamwork.


Applicants must be Board-certified or eligible in anatomic and/or clinical pathology.  Applicants must be US citizens, legal permanent residents (green card holders) or J1 visa holders. 

The U-M accepts degrees from colleges and universities listed on the link below. Candidates must have graduated from a medical school found on the approved list, affiliation with a school on the approved list is not sufficient.   Medical Schools Recognized by University of Michigan

The following list of osteopathic medical schools are also accepted American Osteopathic Medical School List


Starting with the 2026-27 academic year, The Hematopathology Fellowship will be participating in the NRMP Match, please see The Society of Hematopathology site for details.

Fellowship applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until available positions are filled.  Applications will be reviewed once ALL required documents listed below are received:  

  • Completed fellowship application
  • Current CV
  • Three letters of recommendation

Applications should be submitted online: Click Here

Inquiries can be directed to Dr. Charles Ross, Fellowship Program Director at cwross@med.umich.edu or Britney Doulos, Program Administrator at doulosb@med.umich.edu

The University of Michigan offers competitive salaries and benefits to our residents/fellows. An overview of salary, benefits and employment eligibility is available on the GME Office website, under “Prospective Residents/Fellows”.