Yale School of Medicine is awarding fellowship program for research students in Medical Oncology-Hematology, Connecticut, 2013
Scholarship Program: Yale Medical Oncology-Hematology fellowship Program.
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: Fellowship is open for U.S. citizen.
Employer: Yale School of Medicine is organizing this Fellowship program.
Level of study: This program is open for research students.
Subject(s): The Fellowship is intended for those pursuing a degree in Medical Oncology-Hematology.
Duration: Fellows will complete 18 months of full time clinical training dedicated to the acquisition of the medical knowledge, clinical skills, and competence to practice Medical Oncology and Hematology.
Number of awards: The number of awards is up to 8.
Am I eligible? Candidates must be pursuing a degree in Medical Oncology-Hematology.
How do I apply? Students can apply for this program electronically.
What does it cover? The Fellowship award amount is not mentioned.
Scholarship Description: The fellowship program provides comprehensive clinical training in the diagnosis and management of neoplastic and benign hematologic disorders and a robust research experience to prepare fellows for a career in academic medicine. Fellows have the opportunity to train in diverse health care systems and to care for a diverse patient population with respect to gender and socio-economic backgrounds.
Application closing date: Submit the application packages till 30 September, 2012.