Clinical Laboratory Immunology Fellowships

This section will provide descriptions of clinical laboratory immunology training programs currently accepting applicants. Program directors are asked to submit their fellowship descriptions in order to make this section complete. For a current listing of all CPEP-approved programs, follow the link at the bottom of the page.

Clinical Immunology Laboratory of the Finch University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School, Department of Pathology, Evanston Hospital and Children's Memorial Hospital, Department of Medicine, Clinical Immunology Laboratory Finch University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School, Chicago Area Clinical Immunology Training Program, 3333 Green Bay Road, North Chicago, IL 60064. Program Director: Kenneth Beaman. The training provides the fellow a unique opportunity to learn the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to become a successful medical laboratory immunologist from three different perspectives. The training program involves a series of rotations through the various laboratory sections at the Clinical Immunology Laboratory of the Finch University of Health Sciences/ The Chicago Medical School, Department of Pathology, Evanston Hospital and Children's Memorial Hospital, Department of Medicine, Clinical Immunology Laboratory. In addition to the rotations through the particular laboratories, courses in Laboratory Administration and Clinical Medicine will be included.

University of North Carolina Hospitals, Immunology, Clinical Immunology Laboratory, Department of Hospital Laboratories, Room 1035 East Wing, UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514. Program Director:  James D. Folds.   The medical laboratory immunology postdoctoral training program at the University of North Carolina Hospitals offers diverse training in all areas of clinical immunology. The program consists of rotations through all laboratory sections offering diagnostic immunology testing services. The program is further enriched through research projects and a series of conferences and rounds.

Applicants should hold doctoral degrees in immunology and/or medicine. The fellow will complete a minimum of a two year program and will become eligible for the American Board of Medical Laboratory Immunology examination after appropriate acceptable laboratory experience.

 

Additional Information

Click here for more information on CPEP-approved postdoctoral residency programs and application procedures.

Click here for information on board certification by the American Board of Medical Laboratory Immunology.

Updated: October 10,2000

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