Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Institute is seeking qualified applicants for a research fellowship dedicated to developing expertise in clinical and hematology research including hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. This fellowship is a one-year program designed for candidates who have completed a residency in Internal Medicine and/or fellowship in hematology/medical oncology and are enthusiasts for academic hematology and discovering a cure for leukemia.   

The Experimental and Clinical Hematology Fellowship is designed to integrate clinical and translational research with patient care and prepare participants for academic careers as researchers and physician-scientists in hematology. The goals of the training program are to obtain in-depth training in laboratory and clinical hematology research with an emphasis on developing skills in leukemia genetics, immunology, targeted drug development and clinical trials, and to form fruitful academic collaborations with other investigators in this field. Alumni of this fellowship have published in top sub-specialty journals and have been successful in obtaining hematology/oncology faculty and fellowship positions at top academic hematology programs in the U.S. Clinical responsibilities consist of ambulatory rotations in hematology and our transplant clinic at the Taussig Cancer Institute.  

All applicants are welcome.

Only candidates with completed application files will be offered interviews.

Applications for fellowship will be accepted from Sept. 1 to March 31 each year for positions beginning July 1 for the next academic year.

We encourage applicants to contact us for further information. Potential applicants may email:

Lynn Mulgrew, Fellowship Program Manager
Phone: 216.445.0624
Toll-free: 800.223.2273, ext. 50624

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