Hematology and Oncology are likely to be among the most dynamic subspecialties of Internal Medicine in the next few decades based on continuing advances in laboratory, clinical and public health research. The Division of Hematology/Oncology in the Department of Medicine at Columbia prepares its fellows to be creative and productive contributors as researchers and clinicians.
Our program provides a broad-based clinical training and rigorous development of a research project with opportunities to work with world-class investigators in an outstanding Ivy League University. Fellows may select options leading to either single or dual board eligibility with either 12 or 18 months, respectively, of direct patient care activity, and an equivalent duration of research training in laboratory, clinical or public health research. A Masters of Public Health degree in public health or in clinical research can be earned concurrently.
Some of the highlights of our program are summarized below. For a more complete description and application instructions, go to the Fellowship page of the Division of Hematology and Oncology.