Welcome to the University of Wisconsin Hematology & Oncology Fellowship program! Our ACGME-accredited program develops academic leaders in the care of hematologic and oncologic disorders in infants, children, adolescents and young adults.
Over the three years of your fellowship, you’ll receive the clinical experience necessary to become a board-certified physician treating a wide variety of hematologic and oncologic problems. You’ll also develop strong, effective interpersonal skills, so you can lead a multidisciplinary care team and interact effectively with patients and families from diverse backgrounds.
To prepare you for a career in academic medicine, you’ll receive comprehensive training in clinical, translational, and/or basic science research. Our program offers an exceptional experience in the field of cancer immunology and immunotherapy. Our fellows are encouraged to participate in various phases of clinical trial development and implementation. We have many faculty-initiated clinical trials open, and others under development. We also participate in numerous clinical trials consortia including the COG, PTCTC (formerly PBMTC), Peds-CITN, MARCH, NACHO, NEXT, NAPAAC and PIDTC. In addition, we are one of 8 programs designated as a Stand Up to Cancer/St. Baldrick’s Pediatric Oncology Dream Team site. We provide you with effective, individualized mentoring through all stages of your fellowship.