Loyola's Urologic Oncology fellowship is designed to prepare excellent surgeons, clinicians, researchers, and leaders in academic Urologic Oncology. Currently five fellowship-trained Urologic Oncologists on the faculty bring broad-ranging backgrounds, interests, and extensive prior training to the fellowship program. Loyola University Medical Center, Loyola Gottlieb Hospital and the Edward Hines VA medical center are a high-volume regional and national referral center for comprehensive genitourinary cancer care.
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Apply for the Fellowship in Urologic Oncology by March 1 the penultimate year of your residency. Before starting the fellowship, you must have taken or be registered to take the qualifying portion (Part I) of the American Board of Urology (ABU) exam OR be board certified by the ABU.
Feb 01, 2021