Career Development Opportunities for Fellows

Clinical Conferences and Meetings

In addition to opportunities working in ambulatory clinic sessions and inpatient consult and hematologic malignancies services, fellows are offered a range of educational sessions to supplement their clinical training. They include:

Career Development & Scholarship Advisory Council

Each Fellowship track will have a Career Development & Scholarship Advisory Council comprised of a Clinical advisor, Scholarship advisor, Fellowship Program Director and Associate Program Directors. The Advisory Council will review career development and scholarship efforts and identify areas for continued progress and growth with an eye to helping each fellow to achieve their predefined goals during fellowship training.

Faculty mentors will provide support to establish mentorship and collaboration with other colleagues as necessary to accomplish the fellow’s goals. Faculty mentors will also provide assistance with career development and employment planning, including: introduction to individuals at other institutions/organizations, interview preparation, “job talk” review, and contract review.