Bone Marrow Transplant and Cellular Therapy Fellowship
The goal of the Bone Marrow Transplant and Cellular Therapy (BMTCT) Fellowship at Children’s National Hospital and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is to provide advanced clinical and research training to senior fellows interested in pursuing a career dedicated to the field.
The NIH and Children’s National are recruiting candidates for a one-year fellowship. The overall objective is to provide BMTCT fellows with extensive experience in a wide variety of diagnoses such that they become experts in BMTCT clinical management. BMTCT fellows are expected to manage their panel of primary patients from initial consults through weighing treatment options and providing longitudinal care through inpatient and outpatient clinical care.
By the second half of the year, BMTCT fellows have gained the expertise necessary to provide primary oversight over the BMT unit patients with support from the attending physician. They will work within an interdisciplinary team that consists of a BMT faculty member, hematology/oncology fellows, subspecialist consultants, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pediatric house staff, medical students, inpatient nurses, social workers, psychologists, case managers, nutritionists and other members of the inpatient and outpatient healthcare teams.
Ideal applicants will need to have:
- Completed a fellowship in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology or Immunology
- Be board certified in Pediatrics and board certified or board eligible in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology or Immunology
- Been involved with a ABP-approved research track demonstrating academic accomplishment in BMTCT-associated themes
How to Apply
Please submit a resume, personal statement and three letters of recommendation to Blachy Davila Saldana, M.D., and Lea Cunningham, M.D., BMTCT Fellowship Program Directors. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.
Some visas may be supported by the NIH/Children’s National Fellowship Program on a case-by-case basis.