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Our trainees receive both formal and informal education throughout their three years. They also play a role in the education of pediatric residents, medical students and other trainees.

    Rounds, Seminar Series and Lecture Series

    • Fellow seminar series is a weekly meeting where the trainees have a formal detailed discussion with one of the hematology oncology, stem cell transplantation, immunology, transfusion medicine, lab medicine or radiation oncology attending physicians about a general topic that the trainees are required to know at the end of a three-year fellowship in hematology oncology.
    • Departmental rounds is a weekly interdisciplinary meeting open to all members of the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders medical team. Select patients currently admitted to the hospital and interesting outpatients are discussed.
    • Psychosocial rounds focus on the psychological aspects associated with children that have chronic and/or life threatening illnesses.
    • Institutional fellows lecture series is a series of talks centered on hypothesis testing, statistical analysis, oral presentations, manuscript writing, grant writing and critical review of the literature. Adult learning theories also are addressed during this series.
    • Palliative Care team meetings and rounds
    • Fellow Board Review Series