The Hematology/Oncology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, is a three-year comprehensive training program that enables fellows to develop a broad knowledge base, clinical expertise, and judgment in hematology/oncology, and acquire skills and develop projects in clinical, basic, translational and outcomes research in hematology/oncology. The program prepares trainees to lead a successful career in academic or community practice settings and fosters lifelong learning and inquiry habits.
Unique program opportunities:
- Comprehensive clinical training with subspecialty experience and learning multidisciplinary approaches in management of patients with hematologic and oncologic disorders
- About 13 blocks of protected and supported research time, during which fellows acquire research skills, develop research projects under close mentorship of faculty members, present outcomes at scientific meetings, and ultimately publish findings in peer-reviewed journals
- Strong and comprehensive didactic curriculum including different conferences and one education half-day a week free from any patient care duties
- High emphasis on fellows’ wellness
- Personalized career development plan and mentorship
- Supportive program leadership with an open-door policy, and involving fellows in decision-making through different committees
- Opportunities to teach Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine students and Mayo Clinic internal medicine residents
- Access to resources of the Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Cancer Center, which is the first three-site NCI-designated cancer center and is consistently ranked as one of the top-ranked cancer centers in the U.S.