University of Kansas School of Medicine Post Sophomore Fellowship Program

Program Information

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Students desiring a very special opportunity to gain clinical and research experience in pathology should consider applying for the Post-Sophomore Fellowship (PSF) open each academic year in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. One to two students will be selected and will have rotations and duties similar to first-year residents in pathology. This will provide the student a unique avenue to expand his or her current knowledge base through hands-on experience in a hospital setting. One-half year of basic science laboratory research with departmental faculty may be available for qualifying students.

Students work closely with attending faculty and resident pathologists in gross and microscopic diagnoses, intraoperative consultations (frozen sections) and clinical pathology consultations. Students will also prepare case material for presentation at departmental and subspecialty conferences and have the opportunity to participate in research projects. This 12 month fellowship commences on June 1 and runs through May of the subsequent year.

Please view our Program Flyer (PDF) for additional information.

Application Instructions

To apply for the Post-Sophomore Fellowship Program: Obtain a hard copy or electronic application from the program coordinator and refer to our departmental website, for further information. Applications must include original signature, are reviewed in order of receipt and available positions are offered commencing November 2023 through the end of January 2024.


PSFs are provided an annual stipend, $500 educational fund and parking permit.