Students and professionals at City of Hope can access a plethora of medical databases, scientific journals, course materials, special collections, and other useful resources at our 12,000 square foot Lee Graff Library.
City of Hope offers a range of programs and services, such as Graduate Medical Education & Clinical Training, that serve students,
medical professionals and staff.
Local and national conferences, in-depth educational training and a certification program provide both current and aspiring health professionals opportunities to further their knowledge in their fields of interest.
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.
Through seminars, literature, continuing medical education and public events, such as Ask The Experts
, we address health issues that profoundly affect our patients and community.