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Hematology-Oncology Fellowship

Welcome to the St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Program

The St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center fellowship in Hematology and Medical Oncology is a Tufts University School of Medicine accredited ACGME certified program led by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) faculty/directorship with the collective mission to train exceptionally competent and compassionate hematologists-oncologists equipped with the skill sets to pursue academic or clinical practice careers upon graduation. The following curriculum serves as an educational template to facilitate clinical preparation and eligibility for the American Board of Internal Medicine examination in medical oncology and hematology.
 

Fellowship Goals

Over the course of training, hematology-oncology fellows will be able to meet specific objectives and proficiency in many areas by the end of their training.

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Our Faculty

St. Elizabeth’s hematology-oncology fellowship program led by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute faculty.
 

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Curriculum

The three-year clinical training program takes place in three unique medical settings.
 

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Rotations

View our several rotations as well as elective rotations and conferences for the hematology-oncology fellowship program.

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Applying

Applications to St Elizabeth’s Medical Center Hematology/Oncology Fellowship are accepted exclusively through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Candidate selection takes place through the National Residency Match Program. Applicants are required to submit three letters of recommendation (LOR), with a mandatory LOR from a current/former program director through ERAS.

Eligible applicants/entrants must fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Completed ERAS application.
  2. Three letters of recommendation (one of which must be from a current/former program director).
  3. Be a successful graduate of a US LCME/AOA accredited medical school.
  4. ECFMG accredited medical graduates with eligibility for full licensure in the U.S.
  5. Successful completion of a three-year ACGME accredited internal medicine residency program.
  6. Be eligible for unrestricted license to practice medicine in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
  7. Copy of J1 visa if applicable (H1-B visas are not supported this academic year).

 

Should you have any additional questions, please contact Judi Soressi, the fellowship program coordinator, at [email protected].