When you choose to study Breast and Gynecologic Pathology at Roswell Park, you're choosing an education at one of the first NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers in the country. With complex surgical procedures, faculty members in both breast and gynecologic pathology dedicated to your education, and opportunities for clinically-oriented research projects, you'll be an integral part of disease-site-specific, subspecialty-focused multidisciplinary patient care. 

Fellowship highlights

This ACGME accredited fellowship includes comprehensive training in breast and gynecologic pathology biopsy, in-house resections, professional consults, as well as outside referral cases, including intraoperative gross and frozen sections. Fellows will be trained for twelve months in a selective subspecialty oncologic anatomical pathology, focusing on diagnostic pathology in women's health.

Roswell Park houses comprehensive, current knowledge and skill in diagnostic breast and gynecologic pathology, including:

  • Full range of breast and GYN surgical pathology specimens
  • Experienced breast and GYN surgical pathologists
  • New technologies, such as: in-situ hybridization, IHC, cytogenetics including FISH and molecular pathology

Elective rotations are flexible and typically include cytology, genitourinary, gastroenterology and dermatopathology. Stipends are commensurate with a postgraduate year of training. Fellows also receive funds for educational resources and professional development.

Rotations and curriculum

The Breast and Gynecologic Pathology Fellowship is a one-year training program.

Rotations Length
Breast (Core) 20 weeks
Gynecology (Core) 20 weeks
Molecular (Core) 2 weeks
Cytogenetics (Core) 2 weeks
Elective 4 weeks
Research 4 weeks
GYN Cytology (selected cases daily) and intraoperative consultation -

Eligibility and how to apply

In order to be considered eligible for this fellowship, applicants must:

  • Complete your residency training in an ACGME-accredited program (or Canadian equivalent) prior to your fellowship start date.
  • Be eligible for a New York State Medical License or Limited Permit.

To apply, please send your CV, the standard CAP fellowship application form, a personal statement, and three letters of reference to Danielle.Selleck@RoswellPark.org.

University at Buffalo is the Sponsoring Institution for our Fellowship programs. They sponsor J-1 and H1-B visas for our fellows.


The Breast and GYN Pathology Fellowship Program at Roswell Park is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Contact us

For more information about Pathology fellowship opportunities at Roswell Park, please contact:

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Danielle Selleck

GME Coordinator 
Phone: 716-845-7183 
Fax: 716-845-3427 
Email: Danielle.Selleck@RoswellPark.org