University of Kentucky

kentucky

Address

800 Rose Street; HA 601
Lexington, KY 40536

Director

Dr. Alison Woodworth, PhD, DABCC
Telephone: 859-323-4928
E-mail: alison.woodworth@uky.edu

Faculty and Research Interests

Alison Woodworth, PhD, DABCC Sepsis; Maternal Fetal Medicine; Endocrinology
Ronald Whitley, PhD, DABCC Newborn Screening; Therapeutic Drug Monitoring/Tox
Min Yu, PhD Informatics; Machine Learning
Julie Ribes, MD, PhD Microbiology
Paul Bachner, MD Clinical Pathology Regulatory Compliance
Jeremy Hart, MD Newborn Screening; Hematopathology
Sainan Wei, MBBS, PhD Cytogenetics; Molecular Diagnostics
Vaneet Arora, MD, MPH Microbiology; Next Generation Sequencing
Charlie Lutz, MD, PhD Immunology

Program Listing

Level(s) of training: Postdoctoral (PhD or MD)
Number of position available per year: 1
Duration of program: 2 years
Approximate annual salary or stipend: Aligned with PGY1 salary
Source of funding: College of Medicine
Current number of trainees: 1
Number of past graduates (over last 15 years): New Program

Application Procedures

Prerequisites

PhD and/or MD in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Pathology, or similar field

Procedures

Interested applicants should send Letter of Interest, CV, and 3 letters of recommendation to fellowship program coordinator:

Samantha Furnish at samantha.furnish@uky.edu
Inquiries to 859-323-0704

Deadline

Preliminary applications are being accepted now through September 1, 2018 for a fellowship position slated to begin in July 2019.

Program Description

The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Kentucky Medical Center offers a two-year Clinical Chemistry Fellowship program. This program is seeking accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Clinical Chemistry (COMACC). Our program provides comprehensive training and experience in analytical, clinical and managerial aspects of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine. We expose our trainees to the tenets of clinical laboratory medicine in a variety of teaching styles including traditional didactics, clinical laboratory rotations, and clinical consultations/interpretations. Fellows also participate in diverse and cutting-edge clinical/translational research projects. Our fellows will participate with pathology residents on patient care teams focused on evidence based best practices in diagnostic medicine. These teams provide state of the art personalized clinical care to our patients. Fellows that successfully complete our program are prepared to sit for the ABCC Board exam as well as for careers as directors, educators, and/or scientists in clinical chemistry.