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Our training program is an ACGME-accredited combined Medical Oncology and Hematology program that offers the option of training in either a single specialty or dual certification. We have ten positions in each first-year class. Eight of the positions are in Medical Oncology, and two are in Hematology. Dual certification is available for four to six fellows each year, although it is not required. The program is three years in length. Single-specialty trainees spend one year (12 months) in clinical training and two years in mentored research. Dual training requires 18 months of clinical work. Additional years of research training are available on an individual basis.
We are participating in the ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service). Our evaluation of your application will be enhanced by a description of your research interests and career plans in the form of a Personal Statement.
The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center also offers the MacMillan Laboratory Research Fellowship to fellows who are applying for clinical training in hematology and/or oncology at Johns Hopkins and are interested in intense laboratory-based training in a closely mentored but independent research training period. Fellows interested in this program should apply to both the Hem/Onc Fellowship and MacMillan fellowship.
Learn more about:
Ross C. Donehower, M.D.
Professor of Oncology and Medicine
Director, Division of Medical Oncology
Director, Fellowship Training Program