05 Dec Lymphoma Myeloma Fellowship-Schulich/London Health Sciences Centre, London
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University
Fellowship Position in Lymphoma/Myeloma
The Division of Hematology at Western University has an available position for a Fellow in Lymphoma/Myeloma. Join our prestigious fellowship program and gain expertise in hematological malignancies. We are seeking dedicated and motivated individuals who are eager to excel in patient-centered care and advance their knowledge in this field. There are two streams: General Fellowship (1 year), or Advanced Fellowship (2 years). Training will take place at the London Health Sciences Center in London, ON which is affiliated with Western University.
General Fellowship (1 year):
As a fellow, you will actively participate in outpatient clinics, inpatient rounds, and multidisciplinary conferences, acquiring advanced skills in diagnosing, staging, and managing lymphoma and myeloma. You will learn how to Interpret radiologic and pathologic findings to contribute to accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. You will collaborate with our team to design personalized treatment plans, including chemotherapy, immunotherapy, and stem cell transplantation, monitor patient responses, manage treatment-related side effects, and provide ongoing supportive care. Fellows will engage in clinical research, enroll eligible patients in trials, and contribute to data collection and analysis. They will also mentor and supervise junior trainees, including residents and medical students, in their clinical activities.
Advanced Fellowship (2 years):
Fellows in this stream will engage in immersive research to pave the way for independent research programs, with mentorship and dedicated time to develop your research skills. Within the first year, you will outline research deliverables and embark on an exciting journey of discovery. As a fellow, you will conduct independent research projects focused on lymphoma and myeloma, driving advancements in disease mechanisms and enhancing patient outcomes. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with top researchers in basic science and translational medicine, exploring cutting-edge approaches like targeted therapies, immunotherapies, and precision medicine. You will be encouraged to showcase your findings at prestigious national and international conferences, publish in renowned peer-reviewed journals, and contribute to the academic growth of the field. As a mentor, you will guide and supervise junior trainees, shaping their clinical and research activities and fostering their growth as future leaders in the field.
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University, Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology, London Health Sciences Centre, 800 Commissioners Rd E Room E6-216
London, ON, Canada N6A 5W9 t. 519.685.8500, ext. 58479 f. 519.685.8477 www.westernu.ca
Canadian and International applicants are invited to apply. Acceptance is contingent on qualifications. Funding is available for Canadian applicants only.
- Medical degree (MD or equivalent) from an accredited
- Successful completion of an accredited residency program in Internal Medicine and Hematology/Oncology.
- Board eligible or certified in Internal
- Eligibility for medical licensure in
- Proficiency in English, either by TOEFL or
- Proof of citizenship
To apply for this fellowship position, please submit the following documents:
- Cover letter outlining a brief personal sketch, period of training requested, availability of salary support from the home institution, clinical and research goals for the fellowship, and plans for practice at the end of training.
- Curriculum vitae
- Three letters of recommendation (including one from your Hematology residency program director)
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Applications will be accepted until position filled.
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