The three-year Hematology/Oncology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida, offers:
- Preparation for a career in hematology and medical oncology in an academic or group practice setting
- Experience with multidisciplinary approaches to people with hematologic and oncologic disorders
- Clinical and laboratory research opportunities in hematology, oncology, or basic science
- Opportunities to teach Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine students, visiting students from other medical schools, and internal medicine residents
As a Mayo Clinic fellow, you have access to a training experience that is both broad and highly specialized. The program is designed to effectively prepare you for a successful career in hematology/oncology.
This program has many features that make it a special one for pursuing your training in this field.
Highlights of the fellowship:
- Mayo Clinic Cancer Center is the first three-site cancer center in the country, with excellent teamwork across sites
- Strong didactic curriculum and wide range of pathology
- Extensive research and publications from our fellows
- Ability to refer a patient to the Center for Humanities in Medicine to help relieve stress or discomfort
- Program leadership meets weekly to discuss the program, and leadership meets once a month with fellows
- Personalized career development and research mentorship
- Top-ranked in cancer nationally in the U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals rankings
This 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.
The Hematology/Oncology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida began in 1996 with one fellow a year. Thirty physicians have completed training. We anticipate that three trainees will complete this program annually.
Fellows have successfully pursued careers in academic hematology/oncology as well as in group practice settings, and several have become Mayo Clinic faculty.