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The St. Jude pediatric surgical oncology fellowship is a non-ACGME accredited program designed to accommodate candidates with various surgical backgrounds who desire additional training in pediatric surgical oncology. General surgical residents, pediatric surgical fellows or international surgeons are eligible. Most of our trainees are interested in developing a career in academic pediatric surgical oncology either in the United States or in their home country after completion of their fellowships.
Individuals who have completed their pediatric surgical fellowship usually work one year on the clinical service followed by a year of research. These individuals are considered instructors in surgery and function as junior attending physicians during their second year.
Pediatric surgical oncology fellows are expected to be involved in clinical research projects and may choose to spend and additional year of research as part of their training.
A potential elective rotation at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston is possible to provide St. Jude pediatric surgical oncology fellows with an opportunity to spend three to four months on the adult sarcoma service, under the direction of Dr. Jeffrey Lee.
Applicants should submit an application along with their curriculum vitae to:
Andrew M. Davidoff, MD, Chair
Department of Surgery, MS133
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105