We are pleased that you are considering The University of Chicago for a fellowship in Hematology/Oncology. For decades, The University of Chicago has served as a grooming place for some of the brightest and most innovative physicians in the country. Many of our physicians and scientists have achieved national and international acclaim. Continually challenging and motivating our fellows to reach new heights, our faculty stands ready to guide you in this remarkable experience, which will prepare you for a career in academic medicine. Here, The University of Chicago Hospitals’ leading-edge inpatient and outpatient facilities offer a broad and deep clinical experience, while the University’s extensive research facilities foster development of basic science skills and pursuits.
The following description will provide a glimpse into the fellowship program at The University of Chicago: a vibrant program that offers fellows an intense experience and a vast array of opportunities to learn, treat patients, do research, and work closely with leading faculty members within a supportive and stimulating environment. With roots that run deep in academic and medical excellence, the program here prepares the leaders of academic medicine for tomorrow.
Kenneth Cohen, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, Fellowship Training Program
Section of Hematology/Oncology