Urethra adenocarcinoma

Genitourinary Pathology Fellowship


This is a one-year position combining clinical and research experience with our GU faculty. There are typically four full-time fellows. The material comprises radical prostatectomy specimens, teaching sets covering the entire spectrum of urological pathology, and an active personal consult service. A major role of the fellow is in participation in the research projects covering diverse subjects relating to genitourinary pathology.


To apply, please download our application form and submit it by email to the program director.

Send the application (via email) to:

Andres Matoso, M.D.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Department of Pathology, Weinberg 2242
401 N. Broadway
Baltimore, Maryland 21231

Phone: 410-955-3580
Fax: 410-955-0115
Email: [email protected]

Current Fellows

Léonie Beauchamp, M.D.

Leonie Beauchamp, M.D.

Léonie grew up in Québec, Canada. She developed an interest in pathology early in medical school, inspired by the beauty of human histology. She completed medical training at Université de Montréal in 2013. She then completed pathology residency at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM). Léonie became interested in urologic pathology while working as a pathologist in New-Brunswick, Canada. Since college, she has also developed a passion for teaching. After graduation from her fellowship, she will pursue an academic career centered on medical education at the University of Toronto.

Outside of pathology and medical education, Léonie likes to spend time with her children and family, travel and play board games.

Eric Erak, M.D.

Eric Erak, M.D.

Eric earned his M.D. from the University of Medical Science (UCIMED) in Costa Rica and completed his residency training in Pathology at the University of Costa Rica (UCR). Once Eric completed his training, he gained interest in Genitourinary Pathology, especially prostate cancer, and applied for a one-year post-doctoral clinical genitourinary fellowship with Dr. Jonathan Epstein at Johns Hopkins Hospital. After completion, he joined Dr. Tamara Lotan in her lab to continue Genitourinary Pathology research. He will repeat residency training in the US to relocate here with his family permanently. When not working, Eric enjoys watching soccer, playing tennis, playing Call of Duty, and traveling with his wife.

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