Do bosons and fermions produce the same interference pattern in a double slit experiment?

The double-slit experiment is a one-body experiment, meaning that one is only looking at interferences of one particle with itself. Thus the Bose or Fermi statistics does not play a role in that case.

What the OP has in mind in the Hong-Ou-Mandel effect, which for bosons implies that there is an increased probability that two identical bosons will be detected in the same detector, and an anti-correlation for identical fermions.