Why Fellows Choose Penn Medicine
Penn Hematology/Oncology offers outstanding fellowship training programs in clinical and investigative areas. Penn’s program attracts fellowship applicants from top-ranked universities throughout the world who are interested in careers in academic medicine.
Penn Hematology/Oncology offers:
- Fellowship programs designed to provide participants the foundation to pursue lifelong careers in clinical practice and research.
- Program directors who are dedicated to the development, guidance and mentoring of fellows.
- The opportunity to train in a wide variety of laboratories within the University of Pennsylvania, Abramson Cancer Center, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Wistar Institute.
- The NHLBI K12 Program, the purpose of which is to develop, implement and evaluate multidisciplinary career development programs in non-malignant hematology. Penn is one of the few programs in the country to offer this program.
- A collaborative practice and research environment that fosters productive interactions among fellow trainees and physicians from other medical disciplines and faculty from other departments within the University.
- High recruitment rates of fellows for leadership positions in academic medicine and private practice.