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Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Program

Educational Opportunities

 
Six fellows

Fellows are encouraged to continuously expand and deepen their knowledge through our robust educational resources, which include didactic sessions, teaching rounds and frequent seminars, workshops and journal clubs. These opportunities facilitate the exchange of knowledge and ideas and offer venues for networking with colleagues, faculty and invited guest speakers.

Professional Development Opportunities for Clinical Fellows

  1. St. Jude fellows organize this weekly meeting, which is open to both fellows and faculty. Lectures include broad hematology-oncology topics in a review format. These lectures are accessible to all clinicians and researchers. Register to receive updates and an announcement when the dates and topics are released. 

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  2. This formal weekly conference is attended by faculty in Hematology, Oncology, Bone Marrow Transplantation and Cellular Therapy, Pathology, Diagnostic Imaging and Infectious Diseases departments. Working closely with faculty members, each fellow presents a case and may also be asked to present the discussion.

  3. This fellow-led conference, attended by faculty and staff in the Division of Clinical Hematology, discusses inpatient and consult hematology patients at St. Jude and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.

  4. National and international guest experts frequently visit St. Jude to deliver this weekly formal presentation of a clinical or basic-science topic related to pediatric hematology-oncology.

  5. You and your colleagues will present solid tumor or brain tumor cases and discuss pertinent literature at this formal weekly conference. Fellows are expected to present a case and may also be asked to present the discussion, under the supervision of faculty members.

  6. This series allows first-year fellows to interact closely with faculty in an immersive learning environment. The full-day course includes comprehensive hematology-oncology topics, wellness curriculum, meeting with fellowship leadership, journal club, board review and leadership training.

  7. This series consists of weekly lectures presented to the entire St. Jude community by distinguished scientists and clinical researchers.

  8. At this weekly conference, neuro-oncology, neurosurgery, diagnostic imaging and radiology-oncology faculty discuss evaluations and management of specific brain tumor patients. Fellows are encouraged to attend when their patients are discussed.

  9. The Department of Pediatrics organizes this weekly conference on diverse topics in general pediatrics, which is held at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Attendance is optional.

 
 
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