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Residency and Fellowship Training Program
Eight residency positions (two per academic year) for a four-year training program.
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Fox Chase Cancer Center offers the following fellowships.
- Breast Oncology
- Gynecologic Oncology
- Hematology - Oncology
- Surgical Oncology
- Advanced Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery
- Urologic Oncology
The one-year Breast Oncology Fellowship Program accepts one (1) trainee annually and accepted its first Fellow in 2004. The program is designed to prepare the trainee for a leadership role in multidisciplinary breast care in an academic or community setting. Trainees will participate in a multidisciplinary breast evaluation clinic and rotate on breast surgery, medical oncology, radiation oncology, pathology, radiology, and reconstructive surgery. Read More
The program will accept one fellow each year for a three-year program. The Division of Gynecologic Oncology at Fox Chase Cancer Center and Temple University Hospital offers a three-year fellowship for applicants who have completed an approved obstetrics and gynecology residency program. Read More
The Department of Medical Oncology offers a three year fellowship for internists who have completed an approved residency program. The fellowship combines the resources of Temple University Hospital and Fox Chase Cancer Center. This combined hematology/oncology fellowship is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Each year up to six new trainees are accepted into the Program.
At FCCC, the fellows are exposed to the specialized pathology of tumors and cancer related conditions. The primary experience of the fellows is in the hands-on day-to-day dealing with surgical material, including institutional consultation cases. Ample time for scholarly activities is facilitated by two full time pathologists' assistants who handle gross room activities including frozen section preparation.
The fellowship has been in existence since 1986 and was certified by the Society of Surgical Oncology in 1991. Approximately 70 per cent of graduates now occupy academic positions. Each year three fellows are accepted through the SSO Matching Program for a two-year program with an option to extend one or two additional years in research upon completion.
The Division of Thoracic Surgical Oncology at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia, PA, is offering a one (or two)-year fellowship in general thoracic surgical oncology with a heavy emphasis on minimally invasive approaches. Our program emphasizes the multidisciplinary approach to modern cancer therapy in the setting of a leading freestanding cancer hospital. Applications for this fellowship are processed through the Fellowship Council.
The one-year Microsurgery Fellowship Program accepts one trainee annually.
The program is designed to prepare the trainee for a leadership role in multidisciplinary Microsurgical procedures in an academic or community setting.
The Section of Urologic Oncology offers a two-year fellowship for urologists who have completed a general urology residency program. Fox Chase Cancer Center has offered post-graduate surgical training since 1986. In 2006, the Center initiated this multidisciplinary fellowship in urologic oncology, which was recognized and approved by the Society of Urologic Oncology in 2008.