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    Mary Lou Mojonnier, Pathology Education Coordinator Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
    Emory University School of Medicine
    Emory University Hospital
    Room H183A
    1364 Clifton Road, NE
    Atlanta, GA 30322-8110, USA
    Phone: 1-404-727-4283
    email: mmojonn@emory.edu

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  • Forensic Pathology Faculty, Emory University

    Forensic Pathology Fellowship

    Description:

    This 1-year fellowship provides practical competency in forensic pathology and the necessary experience to meet the requirements of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Training is under the direction of Dr. Randy L. Hanzlick and is based at the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Center, which includes a full-time staff of four board-certified forensic pathologists and 11 investigators. The Medical Examiner's Office investigates approximately 2,500 deaths per year, including approximately 200 homicides, 90 suicides, 200 accidental deaths, and 150 traffic fatalities. Each year, the medical examiner's staff conducts approximately 900 autopsies, 400 external exams, 800 scene investigations, and 1,200 toxicologic investigations.

    A forensic pathology fellow performs approximately 250 autopsies per year and participates in approximately 75 scene investigations. Adequate staff and teaching material are available to facilitate education without undue or excessive caseload and service work. Rotations at the Georgia Division of Forensic Sciences Crime Lab and other local agencies provide experience in toxicology and other forensic disciplines. Fellows have access to in-house photography, computers, and to nearby Grady Memorial Hospital and its library, laboratory, and conferences.

    Positions:
    ACGME fully accredited (1 position)

    Requirements:
    USMLE Step 3, Georgia Medical Licensure, AP/CP or AP completed

    Faculty:
    Randy L. Hanzlick, MD, Program Director
    Michele Stauffenberg, MD, Assistant Director
    Eric Kiesel, MD, PhD
    Michael Heninger, MD
    Geoffrey Smith, MD