Ophthalmic Pathology Fellowship

We offer a post-residency fellowship with comprehensive training in ophthalmic pathology with emphasis on intraocular tumors. Laboratory research includes exploration of molecular biology of uveal melanoma and retinoblastoma. Fellows will participate in read-out sessions with pathologists, resident and medical student teaching, and basic science research under the direction of the preceptors. A pre-residency fellowship in experimental eye pathology is also available.

The Ocular Pathology Atlas contains examples of the kind of analyses performed by our ocular pathologists.

For More Information, contact:
Post-Residency Fellowship
Hannah R. Lloyd, MA
2870 University Ave, Suite 200
Madison, WI 53705-3611
Phn: (608) 263-4157
Fax: (608) 263-4166
hrlloyd@wisc.edu

Pre-Residency Fellowship
Michele M. Kempfer
Room K6/454 CSC
600 Highland Ave
Madison, WI 53792-0001
Phn: (608) 262-9092
Fax: (608) 263-0543
michele.kempfer@wisc.edu

 

Director: Heather Potter, MD
Parent Department or Academic Unit: University of Wisconsin Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
Address: Ophthalmic Pathology

600 Highland Ave, F4/334

Madison, WI 53792

Telephone: (608) 263-9798
Preceptor(s) Names(s): Heather Potter, MD
Primary Clinical Training Site: Department of Ophthalmology

F4/349 CSC

600 Highland Avenue

Madison, WI 53792-3220

Length of Fellowship: 1 Year
Numbers of positions/year: 1
Starting Date: July 1
Application Deadline: December 1
To Apply Contact: Heather Potter, MD

Room 108

2870 Highland Ave

Madison, WI 53705-3611

Fax: (608) 263-0543

hpotter@wisc.edu

 

Michele M. Kempfer

Room K6/454 CSC

600 Highland Ave

Madison, WI 53792-0001

Phn: (608) 262-9092

Fax: (608) 263-0543

michele.kempfer@wisc.edu

Actively Involved in Resident Education: Yes
Research Required: Yes – Basic Research
Block Time assigned to Research: No