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Ophthalmic Pathology Fellowship

Program Description

The program will last for one or more years, and involves microscopic and molecular studies of tumors and other diseases of the eye and orbit.  Fellows will evaluate and dissect human and rodent eye specimens, and perform microscopic and immunohistochemical/ immunofluorescence analyses on the tissues. This will involve the generation of detailed descriptions of microscopic findings and how those support various diagnoses. 

Molecular analyses, including PCR of DNA and RNA, as well as sequencing of DNA and Western blotting of proteins, may also be performed. Correlations with clinical findings will be made. Through these studies the fellow will develop an in depth understanding of the pathological basis of ophthalmic disease, including the microscopic features which define specific diagnostic entities, as well as advance our knowledge in this field. 

Application Requirements

Fellows will have completed an M.D. degree. Prior training in pathology or ophthalmology is helpful, but not required

To Apply

Interested individuals should contact:

Charles Eberhart
Fellowship Director
410-502-5185
ceberha@jhmi.edu

 

Ophthalmic Pathology Fellowship Program Director 

Photo of Dr. Charles George Eberhart, M.D., Ph.D.

Eberhart, Charles George, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor of Pathology
Professor of Oncology
Professor of Ophthalmology
Director, Neuropathology and Ophthalmic Pathology
Expertise, Disease and Conditions: Pathology