Fellows work both in a university teaching hospital and in a unique Veterans Administration hospital, with superb ambulatory care facilities at both sites.
The training process during fellowships is intense and exciting. Our program recognizes the unique nature of this period, and in order to maximize the positive experiences available, close supervision and mentoring are provided throughout, in both clinical and research fields.
The curriculum is designed to meet the program's overall goal of giving each fellow a strong foundation in clinical hematology and oncology while providing ample opportunities for in-depth study of specific clinical disciplines and development of a career in clinical or basic science research. During the fellowship, 18 months are spent working on designated clinical programs and 18 months are unrestricted so each fellow can pursue personal clinical and research career directions.
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