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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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  • Medical Microbiology Faculty and Fellows

    Medical Microbiology Fellowship

    Description:
    This one-year ACGME-accredited program is designed to train academically oriented pathologists and infectious disease specialist for a career in clinical microbiology. The fellows rotate through the clinical microbiology laboratories serving Emory University, Emory University Hospital Midtown, and Grady Memorial Hospitals (approximately 2,000 beds and 500,000 microbiology procedures/year). The trainees gain hands-on experience in all aspects of clinical microbiology including bacteriology, mycobacteriology, mycology, parasitology, virology, antimicrobial susceptibility testing, and serology through a series of structured bench rotations. The program places special emphasis on molecular microbiology and has an active program of new test development and evaluation in this area. The fellow gains administrative experience through participation in laboratory management and hospital committee meetings and assumes increasing responsibility for interactions with clinicians, test interpretations, and presentations at conferences as the training progresses. A one-month rotation on the clinical infectious disease service and rounds with infection control practitioners provide training in these areas. Ample opportunity exists for interaction with the nearby Centers for Disease Control. The fellows will participate in test development and evaluation as well as applied clinical research.

    Positions:
    ACGME fully accredited (1 position)

    Requirements:
    USMLE Step 3, completed training in clinical pathology or infectious diseases, Georgia medical licensure.

    Faculty:
    Colleen S. Kraft, MD, Director
    Yun Wang, MD, PhD.
    John McGowan, Jr., MD