Fellowships and Residencies
Recognized worldwide for its innovative approaches to advancing science, City of Hope offers a number of hands-on fellowships and residencies in an array of areas, from cancer genetics and bone marrow transplantation to surgical oncology and molecular epidemiology.
Clinical Research Training Office
The Clinical Research Training Office provides comprehensive training in clinical research and offer broad-ranging curricula designed for individuals from a variety of disciplines interested in translating scientific discoveries to a clinical setting.
Career Development Programs
Just as City of Hope strives to translate scientific research into clinical application, we want to help you translate your research education into a rewarding career as a clinician. City of Hope offers two innovative and intensive career development programs designed to encourage this transition.
Continuing Medical Education
City of Hope has a long-standing commitment to continuing medical education (CME), sharing advances in cancer research and treatment with the health-care community through CME courses such as conferences, symposia and other on and off campus CME opportunities for medical professionals.
Postdoctoral Training Office
Choosing an institution to fulfill your postdoctoral fellowship is a pivotal decision in your career as a research scientist. City of Hope is a distinguished and progressive institution that provides multiple opportunities for its postdoctoral fellows.
Health Professional Education
Just as City of Hope offers continuing medical education for physicians, we also offer an innovative series of educational programs for other health professionals such as nurses, radiation therapists, pharmacists and cancer researchers. Participants in continuing education programs accumulate Continuing Education Unit, or CEU, credits, while our other programs award certificates at successful completion of the curricula.
Nurses who have made the decision to specialize in oncology face a unique set of challenges. Issues such as quality of life and symptom management regularly impact standard of care concerns. City of Hope offers several specialized nursing education programs for both recent registered nurse (R.N.) graduates and practicing nurses who have chosen to focus on oncologic nursing.
Eugene and Ruth Roberts Summer Student Academy
Our instructors are world-renowned physicians and scientists who guide students in their research, while helping them develop their critical thinking skills. And Unlike traditional high school or college classes where the course of study is entirely determined by the instructor, City of Hope’s summer program students select their own research project according to their individual areas of interest.
Lee Graff Library
Thanks to a generous contribution from the late Lee Graff, noted California apparel executive and longtime City of Hope board member, the Lee Graff Medical & Scientific Library serves the information needs of the City of Hope community. It furnishes materials and services that support the institution’s clinical, scientific and educational mission.