The Department of Gynecologic Oncology has a long and distinguished record in the field of oncology, and an exciting history of outstanding scholarly, research, and excellence in its clinical practice.  Our fellowship program, initiated in the 1950s by Dr. Felix Rutledge, is the largest training program for gynecologic oncologists in the country; to date, approximately 150 physicians have completed their training at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Our program’s strengths include the diversity of our patient population, and the dedication of our clinical and research faculty. Members of our faculty have subscribed to an unwavering commitment to strive for excellence in exemplary teaching, innovative basic and clinical research, and outstanding patient care. To this end, we have attracted a continuous influx of trainees who have gone on to make significant contributions and occupy prominent positions in their area of expertise.  

Read more about Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship Programs:

  • Fellowship in Gynecologic Oncology: Four-year subspecialty training (Read More)
  • Felix Rutledge Fellowship: One-month rotation for third-year OB/GYN residents.  (Read More)