The Hematology/Oncology Division serves the region of Vermont and Upstate New York. Our team of dedicated professionals offers comprehensive multidisciplinary care to people affected by cancer and blood disorders. We do this in collaboration with radiation therapy, surgery, pathology, radiology, and cancer support services from a psychologist, social worker, and nutritionist. Research is an important part of what we do and all patients are offered clinical trials when appropriate.
Medical Students and Residents
Hematology/Oncology faculty members provide elective rotations in outpatient hematology/oncology for medical students, physician assistant students, residents from internal medicine, pathology, and family medicine, and fellows from different disciplines.
Fellows in our three-year Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program at the University of Vermont Medical Center work with faculty in all settings, evaluating and managing patients under direct supervision.
Graduate Students & Post Doctoral Fellows
Hematology/Oncology faculty members also train graduate students and post doctoral fellows as they pursue their degrees.
Community and Regional Medical Professionals
Along with the University of Vermont Cancer Center, we coordinate several education conferences to advance the medical knowledge of community and regional medical professionals.
- University of Vermont Cancer Center Grand Rounds
Physicians from the community attend the UVM Cancer Center Grand Rounds lectures and also participate in tumor boards and multidisciplinary clinics.
- Northeastern Genitourinary Oncology Symposium (NGOS)
The University of Vermont Cancer Center, in partnership with McGill University Health Centre and Norris Cotton Cancer Center, presents the Northeastern Genitourinary Oncology Symposium. We will post the date when known.
The regional collaborative event draws urologists and medical and radiation oncologists, as well as other health care professionals from the northeastern United States and Quebec for two days of cutting-edge educational sessions on the appropriate evaluation and treatment of patients with undiagnosed renal masses, kidney, bladder, prostate and testis cancers. This conference is CME accredited.
The General Public
The Hematology/Oncology faculty volunteer to teach in the community:
If you are interested in the opportunities we offer or would like to discuss opportunities for our providers to do community outreach, please call our office at 802-656-5487.