Fellowships and Positions – Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship
This fellowship program is a joint collaboration between CCR’s Pediatric Oncology Branch and the Johns Hopkins University (JHU). The fellowship programs at these two institutions were merged in July of 2000. This has resulted in combined clinical training during the first year of fellowship at both Johns Hopkins and the National Cancer Institute, with an unparalleled exposure to clinical issues in pediatric hematology/oncology. Patients seen at both institutions are largely non-overlapping, giving trainees a unique exposure to the gamut of pediatric hematology/oncology diagnoses and management strategies. Fellowship trainees have access to the wide range of basic science and translational research opportunities available at both campuses during the subsequent years of fellowship. In addition, select fellows may continue to pursue clinical research training with the expectation of receiving an advanced degree (PhD) at the JHU School of Public Health.