The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont and its main on-campus tertiary care teaching hospital, The University of Vermont Medical Center, offers a 3-year program designed to prepare physicians for successful ABIM board certification in both Hematology and Medical Oncology and for careers in academic and clinical practice.
Our ACGME-accredited program began in 1975 and has since produced over 50 board-certified Medical Oncologists and Hematologists. The current program consists of 6 fellows, 2 per year, and 17 faculty members.
Fellows have many educational opportunities including:
- Multidisciplinary Conferences
- Didactic Lectures
- Grand Rounds
- Journal Clubs
- Research Projects
- Teaching residents and medical students
- Training in a Clinical Simulation Laboratory
Fellows are trained to care for patients with a full range of Hematology and Oncology problems and in the following procedures:
- Lumbar puncture and Intrathecal chemotherapy
- Fine needle aspirates
- Bone marrow biopsy
- Therapeutic apheresis including peripheral
- Blood stem cell collection.
See Graduate Medical Education at the University of Vermont/The University of Vermont Medical Center to learn more about our program.
Hematology/Medical Oncology Fellowship