Hematopathology Fellowship Program Application Process

City of Hope’s Clinical Fellowship Residency Programs offer excellent opportunities for physicians interested in expanding their knowledge base and clinical expertise in specialty and subspecialty areas. Our clinical fellowships offer intensive didactic, as well as hands-on training by instructors who have made a significant contribution to cancer research and clinical practice.
 
Applicants must be board-eligible in Anatomic Pathology (AP), Clinical Pathology (CP) or AP/CP as appropriate and licensed to practice medicine in the state of California by the time their fellowship begins. Find more information at California Medical License information. Learn more
 
How to Apply
 
Up to three  ACGME accredited positions are available each year. For positions beginning in July, please send a brief cover letter, three reference letters, personal statement, updated CV, and the standardized CAP fellowship application at least a year and a half in advance (e.g., September 2020 for a July 2022 start date) to:
 
Attn: Ofelia Kiedpool
Department of Pathology
City of Hope
1500 E. Duarte Road
Duarte, CA 91010
 
 
Letters of reference should be mailed to the program coordinator’s attention but addressed to the program director.
 
 
Interview Process
During the interview day, the fellow applicant meets with fellowship program director and other faculty members. There is ample time during lunch and a tour with current fellow(s) to ask questions and learn about all aspects of the fellowship.
  
Benefits and Policy
Information regarding stipends, benefits and contracts can be found on our Graduate Medical Education homepage. Learn more