Participate in academic and clinical activities within the department, specifically out-patient clinics in your subspecialty area of interest and in the provision of on-call services. A portion of your time will be allotted to research and/or completion of a master’s program.
Admission and application requirements
Application deadline: April 1
To be eligible for this program, you must:
- Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.
- Be fluent in English
- Have completed Canadian training in Internal Medicine
- Have successfully completed the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) exam in internal medicine
- Have completed at least two years of Canadian training in hematology or medical oncology
- Be eligible to sit RCPSC exams in hematology or medical oncology prior to the start of the fellowship
How to apply
To apply, you must submit the following documents:
- A personal letter explaining why you want to pursue advanced training and outlining your specific interests
- A full CV
- Three reference letters, including one from your program director in hematology or medical oncology
- A description of your proposed project and a letter of support from your thesis supervisor
Please submit your application to Pamela Skrabek, program director, at email@example.com.
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Hematological Malignancy Fellowship program director
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