Hematopathology Fellowship

Hematopathology Fellowship

Image: Castleman disease (also known as giant lymph node hyperplasia and angiofollicular lymph node hyperplasia), hyaline-vascular type. Upper left, low-power microscopic image of a section of enlarged lymph node showing many follicles with regressed germinal centers. Upper right, high-power microscopic image of a regressed lymphoid follicle with hyalinization and radially penetrating vessels. Lower left, high-power image of interfollicular stroma showing hyperplastic vessels lined by plump endothelial cells. Lower right, CD21 immunostain highlighting the follicular dendritic cell meshwork.

Training & Curriculum

Fellows gain comprehensive experience in all facets of the hemapathology fellowship.

Application Information

Learn about the Hematopathology Fellowship application process, view application instructions, and read through our frequently asked questions.

We are proud to name so many esteemed physicians and highly regarded researchers, all representing nearly every major medical discipline, as members of the hematopathology fellowship training program leadership and faculty.

Our current and past graduates are helping to shape the future of hematopathology medicine through their commitment to patient care and unparalleled research.

Fellows have access to some of the best-equipped clinical and research facilities in the world.

Additional Resources

Have Questions or Need Help?

If you have questions or would like to learn more about Hematopathology Fellowships at Cedars-Sinai, please call or send us a message.

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116 N. Robertson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90069

Carrie Domagas, Senior Academic Program Coordinator