The goal of the Genitourinary Medical Oncology Fellowship Program is to train physicians in the research, diagnosis, and multidisciplinary management of urologic malignancies. The focus of the program is to develop investigators who span the spectrum of skills from laboratory investigation to translational and clinical investigation. All eligible candidates will submit a research proposal for approval as part of their application.
Trainees will have the opportunity to participate in rotations through the departments of Urology, Radiation Oncology, Pathology, Epidemiology, Molecular Therapeutics, Cancer Biology, Experimental Diagnostic Imaging, and Experimental Therapeutics. Working collaboratively with these different disciplines will provide a unique multidisciplinary educational opportunity pertaining to the study of genitourinary malignancies. The length of the rotations will be tailored to the specific research interests of the trainee.
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