The UF Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program is a comprehensive and specialized training program designed to prepare fellows for successful careers as hematologist/oncologists. Our mission is to support the development of future thought leaders in our field and to provide superior clinical and research training in a supportive and collaborative environment. Faculty members in the Division of Hematology & Oncology and the NCI-designated UF Health Cancer Center work closely with and longitudinally with fellows as advisors, mentors and future colleagues.
Our program aims to provide a rigorous and in-depth experience, equipping fellows with the knowledge, skills and research experience necessary to excel in academic settings. We place a strong emphasis on career development and mentorship, providing our fellows with abundant mentorship opportunities and a wealth of internal & external resources to develop expertise in scholarly areas of their choice.
By combining clinical excellence, research experience, teaching opportunities and career mentorship, our program prepares fellows to make significant contributions to our field through patient care, research advancements and education. Graduates of our program are well-equipped to pursue successful careers in academic medicine and become leaders in the fight against cancer.