Hiroto Inaba, MD, with Nathan Groves

Clinical Residents

Welcome to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s Resident education page. St. Jude has partnered with The University of Tennessee College of Medicine and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital to provide numerous educational opportunities for their residents and fellows. Rotation electives are also offered to residents and fellows from other ACGME accredited institutions. The St. Jude rotations offer trainees the unique opportunity to learn at a world-renowned children’s research hospital with state-of-the-art facilities and internationally recognized physician scientists. Additionally, because the research labs and patient care areas are all on the same campus, trainees will gain and understanding of how scientific discoveries are translated into curative therapies for children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases of childhood.

  1. University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) pediatric and medicine pediatric residents receive most of their hematology and oncology training at St. Jude. The residents complete rotations at St. Jude during their second year of residency.

    Explore UTHSC Pediatric Hematology / Oncology Rotations

  2. University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) residents and fellows from various specialties come to St. Jude for required rotations, consults and other learning experiences.

    Explore UTHSC Specialty Rotations

  3. Residents and fellows with an interest in coming to St. Jude for an elective can apply through the Clinical Education and Training Office. Electives are offered in several different specialties, and most residents spend four weeks at St. Jude.

    Explore Residency Elective Rotations

  4. St. Jude offers three different ASHP-accredited 12-month specialized pharmacy residency (PGY2) opportunities.

    Explore Pharmacy Residents

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