Overview

Mayo Clinic hematologist/oncologist talking with a patient

Program description

Hematology and medical oncology are among the most dynamic specialties of internal medicine. Advances in basic and clinical biomedical research, which will only further evolve in the coming decades, make this fellowship exciting from both the clinical and research perspectives.

The Hematology/Oncology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, trains outstanding specialists in the fields of hematology and oncology who, at the end of three years, demonstrate clinical expertise in the evaluation and treatment of hematologic and oncologic diseases through supervised intensive care of inpatients and longitudinal care of outpatients.

Our program combines well-rounded clinical training with opportunities to work with world-class investigators in a collegial environment. The three-year Hematology-Oncology Fellowship offers:

  • Training of superior specialists who will be prepared for careers in clinical practice or academic medicine
  • Multidisciplinary approaches to patients with hematologic and oncologic disorders
  • Research options in hematology, oncology or basic science
  • Opportunities to teach Mayo Clinic School of Medicine students, visiting students from other medical schools and internal medicine residents

Accreditation

This training program fulfills the requirements for training as stated by the American Board of Internal Medicine and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Certification

Upon completion of the fellowship, you will be eligible to take the American Board of Internal Medicine's subspecialty examination in hematology and medical oncology.

Program history

The Hematology/Oncology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, began in 2006. We anticipate that two trainees will complete this program annually.

Separate hematology and oncology fellowships are also offered at these Mayo Clinic locations:

July 13, 2017