Surgical Oncology

The Division of Surgical Oncology is committed to multidisciplinary care for cancer treatment. Our trained surgeons specialize in various types of cancers and work with medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, pathologists and other medical team members to ensure the best treatments and care for our patients. Our surgeons lead the way in providing state-of-the-art treatments and are nationally recognized for their innovative and coordinated patient care. Our surgeons also utilize the world’s most advanced minimally invasive and robotic surgery techniques to perform safe and precise procedures with small incisions, leading to quicker recovery times, less scarring and shorter hospital stays.

Johns Hopkins Surgical Oncology Fellowship Program

The Johns Hopkins Surgical Oncology program is an ACGME approved, two-year, post-residency fellowship. Two fellows per year are accepted into the program and each is designated to either general/research or hepatopancreaticobiliary. The second year of the general/research is an elective year that accommodates the specific research interests of the trainee and provides additional clinical experience in specific surgical areas. The HPB-designated fellow devotes the second year to a clinical focus in this field.