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An In-Depth Look at Our Program

Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Fellowship Program

Choosing the Johns Hopkins Hematology & Medical Oncology Fellowship Program gives you access to the leading minds in cancer and hematologic research, treatment, and patient care.

 

Dr. Kristen Marrone

Kristen Marrone, MD, says the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Fellowship Program offers the exciting opportunity to pursue the mission of becoming an excellent physician, teacher, and researcher.

Dr. Rakhi Naik

Rakhi Naik, MD, MHS, explains that a major strength of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Fellowship Program is a dedicated hematology track that allows fellows with research interests in non-malignant hematology access to the broad range of resources available at Johns Hopkins.

Dr. Arjun Gupta

Arjun Gupta, MD, MBBS, says the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Fellowship Program gave him the freedom to explore his research interests and built lasting friendships with colleagues and mentors.

Dr. Daniel Zabransky

Daniel Zabransky, MD, Ph.D, says the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Fellowship Program prepared him to excel in the roles both as a clinical oncologist and a physician-scientist researcher.

Dr. Erica Nakajima

Erika Nakajima, MD, explains how the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Fellowship Program allowed her to develop and expand her research interest in medical imaging

Dr. Gloria Gerber

Gloria Gerber, MD, chose the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Fellowship Program because of the dedicated hematology track.

Dr. Jennifer Jones

Jennifer Jones, MD, says the training in benign hematology available in the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Fellowship Program is unlike anywhere else.

Dr. Stacy Cooper

Stacy Cooper, MD, says the specialized learning available through the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Fellowship Program provides a distinct advantage to our pediatric fellows.

Dr. Patience Obasaju

Patience Obasaju, MD, says she chose the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Fellowship Program because of the strong interdisciplinary approach and the wide range of research opportunities.

 
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