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Hematology & Medical Oncology Fellowship Program

Welcome to the web page for the Hematology and Medical Oncology Fellowship Program at The Ohio State University. We appreciate your interest in our program and invite you to browse through our site to learn more about us.

Our fellowship program offers three distinct training tracks:

  • 3-year hematology/oncology training program which offers trainees dual board eligibility in hematology and oncology in accordance with the American Board of Internal Medicine standards
  • 2-year medical oncology training program which offers trainees board eligibility in medical oncology in accordance with the American Board of Internal Medicine standards
  • 2- year hematology training program which offers trainees board eligibility in hematology in accordance with the American Board of Internal Medicine standards
     

All three tracks offer intensive clinical training (18 months for dual certification and 12 months for oncology and hematology certification) and protected research time.  Fellows are encouraged to spend research time participating in clinical, laboratory or translational research. Individuals with MD, DO or PhD degrees are invited to apply. Applicants are accepted into the program on the basis of merit and an interest in pursuing careers as physician-scientists or basic scientists focused on translational cancer research.

 

   

Greg Otterson, M.D.
Director,
Fellowship Training Program

   

Alison Walker, M.D.
Co-Director,
Fellowship Training Program