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The one-year Advanced Hematology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, is designed for physicians who have completed an accredited hematology fellowship and who are planning a career in one of five specialty areas:

  • Myeloid disorders (acute leukemia and chronic myeloid disorders including bone marrow failure syndromes/CHIP)
  • Coagulation disorders
  • Lymphoma disorders
  • Myeloma, amyloid, and dysproteinemia disorders
  • Clinical cellular therapy, including CART
  • Classical hematology

The fellowship offers:

  • Preparation for a career in a group practice or academic medicine
  • Multidisciplinary approaches to patients with hematologic and oncologic disorders
  • Research options in hematology, oncology, or basic science

The Advanced Hematology Fellowship includes opportunities to develop clinical expertise in the evaluation and treatment of hematologic diseases through supervised intensive care of inpatients and longitudinal care of outpatients. Our program structure includes well-rounded clinical training with research opportunities with world-class investigators and clinicians in a collegial environment.


This is a nonaccredited one-year fellowship.

Program history

The Advanced Hematology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, began in 2014. It is anticipated that four trainees will complete this program annually.

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Choosing Mayo Clinic

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Campus and community

Rochester, MN

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Stipend and benefits