Available Positions: 2
The Hematology/Oncology Fellowship is a three-year program. Outpatients are followed during the first, second, and third years. The first year emphasizes management of both inpatients and outpatients. The second year involves less patient responsibility, more elective time, and initiation of research projects. The third year emphasizes research responsibilities. The program offers teaching in the management of malignant and nonmalignant hematologic disorders and solid tumors; experience in molecular biology, coagulation, blood bank, and laboratories; and participation in CALGB, MD Anderson, NSABP, and RTOG treatments and basic science protocols. Candidates must be board-eligible/ certified in internal medicine.
11:00 am - Journal Club Research (3 Cooper Plaza, Suite 211)
12:00 noon - Tumor Board (Radiation/Oncology Conference Room)
8:00 am - Hematology or Breast Cancer (3 Cooper Plaza, Suite 211)
12:00 noon - Breast (Radiation/Oncology Conference Room)
1:00 pm - Hematology/Pathology (Radiation/Oncology Conference Room)
1:00 pm - Thoracic Malignancy Lung (Radiation/Oncology Conference Room)
Director: Alexandre Hageboutros, M.D.
Contact: Christina Hassett, Coordinator
Address: Cooper University Hospital, Three Cooper Plaza, Suite 211, Camden, NJ 08103