Genitourinary Pathology Fellowship

This one year fellowship provides in-depth diagnostic training and groundwork for those considering academic or subspecialty-based genitourinary pathology practice. The GU section covers a wide-range of neoplasms of the urinary system, male genital organs and adrenal gland. The GU fellow is expected to participate in teaching and guidance of rotating residents and medical students, and actively in multidisciplinary care. Scholarly activities are mandatory to receive a certificate of fellowship completion.

Fellowship Director

Gladell P. Paner

Professor of Pathology

A minimum of three years' training in anatomic pathology or four years' training that combines anatomic and clinical pathology. The candidate must be able to obtain an Illinois medical license.

Commensurate with level of training.

Submit an application form, including all materials detailed on the form, to the Fellowship Coordinator Montene Hammel ( and the Fellowship Director Dr. Gladell Paner (

  • 2023 - Open
  • 2024 - Filled
Fellows Fellowship Years Additional Training Post-Training Position
Kristina Doytcheva, MD 2022-2023    
Urooba Nadeem, MD 2021-2022    
Valibhav Chumbalkar, MD 2020-2021   Moffitt Cancer Center and University of South Florida
Caitlin Darrell, MD 2019-2020   Advocate Christ Hospital and Medical Center

Alexander Gallan, MD



Medical College Wisconsin