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University of Louisville School of Medicine

University of Louisville School of Medicine Website 

Director:

Address:

Roland Valdes, Jr., PhD, DABCC
Telephone: (502) 852-1772
Fax: (502) 852-7674
E-mail: R0vald01@exchange.louisville.edu
Fellowship Website: http://www.louisville.edu/medschool/pathology/valdeslab/fellow.htm

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
University of Louisville
School of Medicine
Louisville, KY 40292


Co-Directors:


Address:

Stanley Levinson, PhD, DABCC
Telephone:(502)895-3401, ext. 5565
Fax: (502) 894-6265
Email: Sslevi01@exchange.louisville.edu​

Department of Pathology
Veterans Administration Medical Center
800 Zorn Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206

Mark W. Linder, PhD, DABCC
Telephone: (502) 852-8400
Fax: (502) 852-7674
E-mail: Mwlind01@exchange.louisville.edu

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
University of Louisville
School of Medicine
Louisville, KY 40292

Saeed A. Jortani, PhD, DABCC
Telephone: (502) 852-8835
Fax: (502) 852-7674
E-mail: Sajort01@exchange.louisville.edu

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
University of Louisville
School of Medicine
Louisville, KY 40292

Affiliated Institutions:

 

University of Louisville Hospital
VA Medical Center

 

Associated Faculty and Research Interests

University of Louisville School of Medicine

Ronald J. Elin, MD, PhD

Mineral metabolism and laboratory administration

Saeed A. Jortani, PhD, DABCC

IVD product validation and development, proteomics; and heart failure

Stanley Levinson, PhD, DABCC

Serum proteins and immunoglobulins, lipoprotein analysis, cardiovascular disease, and antioxidanta

Mark W. Linder, PhD, DABCC

Clinical and analytical toxicology, pharmacogenetics

Roland Valdes, Jr., PhD, DABCC

Heart disease, biomarker discovery, and pharmacogenetics

James Wittliff, PhD, FACB

Hormone receptors and genomics/proteomics of cancer

Program Listing:

Level(s) of training:
Number of position available per year:
Duration of program:
Approximate annual salary or stipend:
Source of funding:
Current number of trainees:
Number of past graduates (in last 5 years):

Postdoctoral
2
2–3 years
Residency scale
School of Medicine & Research Grants
2

 

Application Procedures:

Prerequisites:

PhD or MD

Application:

Submit letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference. Interview visit and seminar presentation required.

Deadline:

No specific deadline. Positions begin in either July or January.


Program Description:

The recently expanded, ComACC-accredited Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Louisville Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine prepares exceptional individuals with advanced degrees (Ph.D. or M.D.) for careers in Laboratory Medicine. Our Fellowship Program emphasizes the application of advanced analytical techniques involving proteomics and genomics in order to provide a better fundamental understanding of laboratory medicine as a clinical and research discipline. The Fellowship Program requires a minimum of two years for completion; however, further training in a third year – particularly in advanced research – is encouraged. Fellows are trained not only as specialists in disciplines such as Clinical Chemistry/Toxicology, Clinical Pharmacogenomics, Diagnostic Proteomics and other new and evolving specialties, but also as basic and clinical laboratory scientists. The Program focuses on providing sufficient practical and theoretical experience for a career in academic medicine, clinical practice, or industry. In addition, preparation for certification by national boards, such as the American Board of Clinical Chemistry (ABCC), Molecular Diagnostics, etc., is a major aspect of the Program. Emphasis is placed on the foundation needed for future career development stressing both basic and translational clinical research.

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