Department and Faculty
The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic is one of the largest clinical laboratories in the world. A highly skilled team of medical professionals including physicians, scientists, medical technologists, medical technicians, lab assistants, biologists, chemists, microbiologists, geneticists, and other specialists work collaboratively. The department receives specimens for testing from Mayo Clinic and Mayo Clinic Health System and is a reference laboratory for other clinics and hospitals, both nationally and internationally.
The Division of Anatomic Pathology has 60 pathologists, with specialty expertise covering the entire field of surgical pathology. The division is organized around working groups dedicated to specific organ systems, but all members contribute service to general areas as well, such as frozen section lab, autopsy, and cytology.
The division is supported by a full-service histology and immunohistochemistry laboratory, an active electron microscopy section, and a growing molecular pathology laboratory. The hospital surgical pathology practice is unique in its heavy reliance on rapid frozen section diagnosis, providing trainees with a valuable opportunity for immediate correlation of gross and microscopic pathology.
From the director
Welcome to our Pulmonary Pathology Fellowship website! We hope this website will be informative, but please feel free to email me with any questions.
We have been training fellows as part of our Pulmonary Pathology Fellowship since 1996. We were accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education in 2005. Since then, we have been continuously accredited without any citations.
The mission of our fellowship is to train pathologists to become experts in understanding and diagnosing routine, complex, and esoteric pathologic specimens from the lung, pleura, and mediastinum; become consultants to other pathologists on these cases; and advance the science of pulmonary pathology through clinical and transitional research.
While at Mayo Clinic, you will be exposed to a large clinical practice, many research and teaching opportunities, and a large faculty dedicated to your educational success. We have trained many successful pulmonary pathologists and wish to provide the necessary experience for your specific career goals.
Meet the faculty
Mayo Clinic's faculty is committed to teaching and facilitating the growth of medical knowledge. Many of our faculty members have published and lectured extensively and are highly regarded in their fields. You work closely with these individuals throughout your training in the Pulmonary Pathology Fellowship.
Marie Christine Aubry, M.D.
Medical school: University of Montreal
Career interests: Pulmonary pathology, cardiovascular pathology
Melanie Bois, M.D.
Medical school: Mayo Clinic School of Medicine
Career interests: Cardiovascular pathology, pulmonary pathology, cytopathology, autopsy pathology
Jennifer Boland Froemming, M.D.
Medical school: Washington University School of Medicine (St. Louis, Missouri)
Career interests: Pulmonary pathology, mesenchymal neoplasms of the thorax, pediatric pulmonary pathology, lung cancer, and general surgical pathology
Ying-Chun Lo, M.D., Ph.D.
Medical school: National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan
Career interests: Pulmonary pathology, molecular pathology, cardiovascular pathology
Joseph Maleszewski, M.D.
Medical school: College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University
Career interests: Cardiovascular pathology, pulmonary pathology, and autopsy pathology
Anja Roden, M.D.
Pulmonary Pathology Fellowship Director
Medical school: Technical University of Dresden
Career interests: Thymic epithelial tumors, malignant mesotheliomas, lung cancer, and nonneoplastic lung disease
Eunhee Yi, M.D.
Medical school: College of Medicine, Seoul National University
Career interests: Pulmonary pathology, interstitial lung diseases, pulmonary hypertension, and molecular pathology
Trainees who elect to rotate to Mayo Clinic's campus in Scottsdale, Arizona, will work closely with our team of pulmonary pathologists. In Arizona you rotate on the consultation service, where approximately 4,000 cases are seen annually.