Hematology & Medical Oncology
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Hematology and Oncology Fellowship Program
The Hematology and Oncology fellowship program at Boston Medical Center is a combined teaching program with the Boston University School of Medicine and the Boston Veterans Administration Medical Center. The fellowship is an ACGME accredited three year program, and offers three separate tracks: Hematology and Oncology; Geriatric Oncology (with fourth year Hematology option); and Hematology research training.
Fellows are immersed in an intense clinical setting for their first year of fellowship, with a focus on building a strong foundation of knowledge and skills in Hematology and Oncology, both clinically and academically. Fellows will have the opportunity to work in inpatient settings on consult, ward, hematologic malignancies, sickle cell, as well as gain experience in outpatient clinics. Sites for clinical training include the inpatient and outpatient clinics at both the Boston Medical Center and the Boston VA Medical Center. At BMC, the outpatient clinic is in a new state-of-the-art oupatient facility, the Moakley Medical Services Building, which houses the hematology and oncology clinics, infusion suite, multidisciplinary clinic, outpatient stem cell transplantation, Sickle Cell Day Hospital, Photopheresis program as well as outpatient surgery, endoscopy, and radiation therapy.
The educational programs include clinical and research conferences. Participation and presentations in fellowship conferences, such as Rise and Shine, Tumor Board, Grand Rounds, and multi-disciplinary Tumor Board conferences are expected. In the second year of fellowship, focus is on professional development, as faculty work closely with the fellow to determine individual career paths and research interests that progress into successful clinical and laboratory research projects and publications during the third year of fellowship. Fellows will have the opportunity to attend and present at national scientific meetings and prepare for board certification through medical in-service exams during their second and third year of fellowship.
For more detailed information about the fellowship program and research activities in the section of Hematology and Oncology, please visit the Boston University School of Medicine Section website.
To apply for the fellowship program, please submit all application materials online to ERAS. The program is a participant in the advanced NRMP match and only accepts applications beginning on November 15th of each year, for the next academic year (2 years later).
For further inquiry about the fellowship program please contact Selena Craig via email at Selena.Craig@bmc.org or phone (617) 638-7521.
Hematology Training Program
The “Research Training Program in Blood Diseases and Resources,” is administered by a T32 training grant funded by the National Institute of Health/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. This successful hematology training program for pre doctoral and post doctoral fellows, has been recently refunded, and is in its 28th year at Boston University Medical Center.
Trainees have the opportunity to work with expert faculty and gain a dynamic experience in hematology and blood disorders research. A concentrated focus in sickle cell, amyloidosis, hematologic malignancies, cutaneous T cell lymphoma and CLL; vascular biology, megakaryopoiesis and hematologic stem cells are available. Trainees in the program will attend Bi-weekly journal clubs and annual National Scientific Meetings, such as the American Society for Hematology. For more information and to apply please visit the Hematology Training Program website.