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Goals and Strengths

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Fellows Faculty Award

Our fellowship program, one of the the largest ACGME-accredited training programs within our subspecialty and among the finest and most diverse in the nation, is located in the Texas Medical Center, the largest medical complex in the world.

The Baylor College of Medicine Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Program is a highly-structured educational program with comprehensive, individualized clinical and research mentorship that offers a robust and varied clinical experience in both hematology and oncology. 

Where our fellows are today

Goals

The primary goal of our program is to provide fellows an opportunity to develop clinical expertise and the research skills necessary to become successful, independent clinical or laboratory investigators. Upon completion of this ACGME-accredited training program, fellows will meet the subspecialty certification requirements of the American Board of Pediatrics for pediatric hematology-oncology. This comprehensive clinical and research training program is ideal for candidates who wish to pursue a career in academic pediatric hematology-oncology.

Strengths

Our training program draws on the strengths of its association with Texas Children’s Hospital, the largest children’s hospital in the country, and Baylor College of Medicine Department of Pediatrics, which ranks first in the United States in NIH funding among departments of Pediatrics. Situated within Houston’s Texas Medical Center, the largest medical center in the world, the program offers numerous opportunities for laboratory and clinical research.

Some of the program’s major strengths include:

  • Experienced faculty with clinical and research expertise who are committed to fellow education Learn more

  • A robust and varied clinical experience in both hematology and oncology in a quaternary care center with expert multidisciplinary consultative services and state-of-the-art medical facilities

  • A comprehensive, didactic curriculum of general teaching conferences (e.g., Foundations of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, Problem Case Conference, Research Seminar, Reflective Practices and Leadership, Fellows College), as well as disease specific conferences (e.g., bone marrow failure, coagulation, hemoglobinopathies, cancer genomics, neuro-oncology, solid tumor radiology rounds) Learn more

  • Highly-structured research mentorship in numerous, well-funded laboratory and clinical research programs

  • Formalized and comprehensive training in basic, translational, and clinical research with opportunities to receive advanced training in research areas including public health, epidemiology, translational research

  • Education and experience in writing grants for peer review