In the OHSU Hematology and Medical Oncology fellowship program, our goal is to train the next generation of physician-scientists to provide exceptional clinical care and advance the field while maintaining a healthy work/life balance.
Our curriculum is designed to meet the following objectives:
- Develop physician leaders in hematology and oncology by providing individualized training to fellows through strong mentorship, faculty supervision, and the opportunity to train on one of several different professional pathways.
- To educate and train hematology/oncology fellow who will provide exceptional, compassionate, patient-centered care with a team-based approach.
- To provide a training environment that encourages scientific discovery through guaranteed protected time for clinical, translational, and basic science research.
- To promote a learning environment that focuses on continual growth so that fellows can reach their potential as clinicians and scientists by providing an atmosphere focused on ongoing feedback, goal setting and self-reflection.
In the coming years, the OHSU HemOnc fellowship program hopes to attract outstanding candidates who are driven to be a part of scientific discovery, to provide excellent and compassionate clinical care, and, ideally, to commit to an academic career in medicine.
Please contact us with any questions you may have about the program.
See how to apply and application requirements