Gyn Oncology Fellowship

The Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship provides fellows with broad exposure to gynecologic malignancies. The program emphasizes treatment strategies tailored to the nuances of the patient's specific disease. Fellows are given ample opportunity to perform radical pelvic surgery and to manage GI, urologic, and vascular problems caused by gynecological cancer or its treatment.

Experience in both outpatient and inpatient chemotherapy is another strength of the program. The fellow is fully-integrated into the team that plans and implements treatment.

The Gynecologic Oncology program participates in a fully-approved residency program in obstetrics and gynecology, as well as all the relevant disciplines at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. The Program has previously trained post-doctorate physicians and is dedicated to teaching at the highest level. Brown and its affiliated hospitals offer capabilities for complex research, and the Program's high patient and surgical volume allow fulfillment of a comprehensive educational mission.

Prerequisites

ABOG eligibility and state medical license

Salary

PGY 5-8 scale plus stipend for conferences, memberships, and educational materials

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View the Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship program site

Admission

Applications to the Gyn Oncology Fellowship program must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Please contact the fellowship coordinator for questions regarding deadlines, eligibility criteria, and application requirements.

The deadline for completed applications is May 15 of each year with those applicants being considered for the following year's start date of July 1.