Our Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Training Program provides a rich and diverse educational experience. 

Fellows in our program train in state-of-the-art facilities with distinguished faculty who perform cutting edge research. The goal is to advance our knowledge of cancer and diseases of the blood in order to improve the clinical care of patients.

Our trainees find a culture that is friendly, nurturing, stimulating and challenging. As a fellow, you will be a part of this culture, these facilities, and the intellectually rigorous environment that is modeled by our talented faculty.

Recent Postdoctoral Fellow News

Matt Hart, a postdoc in pathology in the Horwitz lab, led a study on reprogramming B cells in a search for new treatments for childhood leukemia. The findings of this research, still in its preliminary phase, was published in the journal PLOS Genetics.