The goal of the Yale Medical Oncology-Hematology Program is to train the next generation of academic hematologists and oncologists devoted to laboratory-based or patient-oriented investigation. Thus, the program is designed and structured to provide not only comprehensive clinical training but also a rigorous research experience to prepare fellows for careers as clinician investigators or clinician scientists in academic medicine.
Fellows are supported by a variety of funding sources, including Yale-New Haven Hospital, the Veteran's Administration, and affiliated hospital funds. Physicians wishing to apply for a position within our program must have completed three years of training in Internal Medicine by the time they enter our program.
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