Women’s Health (Breast/Gynecologic) Pathology Fellowship

Julie M. Jorns, MD

Julie M. Jorns, MD
Program Director, Women’s Health (Breast/Gynecologic) Pathology Fellowship

The NEW Women’s Health Pathology Fellowship is a one (1) year fellowship designed to provide subspecialty surgical pathology training of the breast and gynecologic tract. Together, approximately 7,000 breast (2,500) and gynecologic (4,500) surgical pathology cases are interpreted annually. During the year of training, the fellow will become proficient in the diagnosis of common and unusual breast and gynecologic pathologic entities and understand the implications of pathologic diagnoses via management of cases and participation in weekly multidisciplinary tumor boards. The fellow will also be given ample opportunity to conduct clinical and/or scientific research under the guidance of faculty. The fellowship will prepare trainees for careers in the community or academic setting as a “go-to” expert pathologist in the diagnosis of breast and gynecologic diseases.


  • Completion of an ACGME-accredited Anatomic or Anatomic and Clinical Pathology residency
  • Board eligible or certified in Anatomic or Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
  • Eligible to apply for or currently have a Wisconsin Medical License


  • Next available opening: 2021-2022 academic year
  • Up to two (2) fellows will be recruited per year
  • Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis
  • Applicants selected to interview will be contacted by the program coordinator to arrange for a mutually suitable date/time
  • How to apply