Th Ohio State University offers a post-match vacancy for their Neuro-Oncology Fellowship program.
The Neuro-Oncology Fellowship at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James) in Columbus, Ohio, is a United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS)-accredited two-year program that provides excellent training for residents interested in a career in neuro-oncology. The program offers a rich curriculum that covers all areas of neuro-oncology in a multidisciplinary setting and offers very strong clinical and laboratory research opportunities.
The major strengths of the Program will include a highly academic institutional environment promoting the sponsoring institution and very strong specialty areas relevant to neuro-oncology practice and research. These include a very robust and highly successful neurosurgery program, two neuro-oncology labs with high levels of constant NIH funding and a new NCI designated Cancer Center providing state of the art facilities including radiation oncology and imaging. The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center/James Cancer Hospital Solove Research Institute currently boasts an exceptional rating from the NCI.
Our program participates in the San Francisco Match. All applicants are required to be registered with the San Francisco Match Program (www.sfmatch.org).
For interested applicants, kindly contact Kelli S Tingley, Program Coordinator at [email protected].