Sihe Wang, PhD, DABCC, FACB
Department of Clinical Pathology/L11
9500 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44195
FAX: (216) 444-4414
Faculty and Research Interests
|Sihe Wang, PhD, DABCC, FACB||General clinical chemistry, therapeutic drug monitoring, clinical toxicology, LC-MS|
|Edmonds Reineks, MD PhD||Automated chemistry, cardiovascular disease|
|Manjula Gupta, PhD||Immunology, cancer, endocrinology|
|Raymond Tubbs, MD||Molecular diagnostics|
|Walter Henricks, MD||Pathology informatics|
|Marvin Natowicz, MD||Pediatric and inherited disease|
|Brian Walsh, MS||Laboratory management and finance|
|Barbara Kirkley, MS||Laboratory regulation and compliance|
Level(s) of training: Postdoctoral
Number of positions available per year: 1
Duration of program: 2 years
Approximate annual salary or stipend: Commensurate with experience
Source of funding: Hospital
Current number of trainees: 1
Number of past graduates (over last 10 years): 1 (academic medical center)
Applicants must have an earned Doctor of Medicine degree or Doctor of Philosophy (or an equivalent doctoral degree) in the basic sciences; chemistry, biology or physics from an accredited university or college. Applicants should have successfully completed enough chemistry courses to apply to the American Board of Clinical Chemistry, i.e., a minimum of 30 semester hours (or equivalent) in undergraduate and/or graduate level chemistry or biochemistry courses taken at institutions acceptable to the Board
Submit a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, three reference letters, and a copy of transcripts for initial consideration. Selected applicants will be required to have an onsite interview.
Applications are due by September 30.
The Cleveland Clinic is a comprehensive academic medical center. There are more than 1,000 licensed beds on the main campus. There are also 8 full service hospitals in the great Cleveland area: Euclid Hospital (371), Fairview Hospital (478), Hillcrest Hospital (424), Huron Hospital (211), South Pointe Hospital (232), Lakewood Hospital (400), Lutheran Hospital (204), Marymount Hospital (322). In addition, there are 34 family health centers across the area. A stand-alone medical school (Lerner College of Medicine) associated with Case Western Reserve University is based on the main campus. Furthermore, the research institute of Cleveland Clinic is adjacent to the Laboratory Medicine facility. A medical technology school is also in place within the institute.
The training program is based primarily on main campus but may involve any other hospitals as needed. The professional direction of the clinical laboratories is provided by the faculty of the Department of Clinical Pathology within the Institute of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.This is a dedicated 2-year training program in the Section of Clinical Biochemistry within the Clinical Pathology Department. Fellows that are admitted will work and learn in a clinical biochemistry laboratory setting. There are three specialty laboratories – automation, special chemistry, and immunopathology. The fellows will also rotate through the Molecular Pathology Lab and the Inherited Diseases Laboratory. They also will have the opportunity of learning other specialties if the need arises. The fellows will learn through five major routes – self study, staff members, residents and other fellows, medical technologists, and interaction with clinicians. The fellows will also participate in education for staff, residents and fellows, medical technologists, and medical technology students. There will be plenty opportunities for method development and translational research during the two-year training.