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Clinical Fellows

Fellowship Opportunities

Fellowship and Residency Opportunities at Yale consist of a diverse group of areas focused on cancer and are designed to train the next generation of outstanding physicians. Fellows have the opportunity to participate in multiple teaching conferences throughout the year and our faculty is committed to world-class patient care, education and research to provide trainees with all the necessary skills needed to become leaders in their chosen field. The Yale School of Medicine has extraordinary strength in the basic sciences and consistently ranks in the top handful of medical schools receiving funding from the National Institutes of Health.

Yale Cancer Center-Advanced Training Program (YCC-ATPP)

The YCC-ATPP training program is a five-year grant that provides salary and research funds for four 3rd year Hematology/Medical Oncology fellows who are strongly committed to be independent physician-scientists performing basic, translational, clinical, or outcomes research in a cancer-related field each year.
This program builds on the foundation of excellence established during clinical training in our Heme/MedOnc Fellowship Program. The goal of this training is to develop the skills necessary to function independently, including the ability to design, initiate, and complete research projects, and to effectively write grants and manuscripts. This T32 will firmly position Heme/MedOnc fellows as independent clinical, translational, or basic cancer research leaders of tomorrow.

National Clinician Scholars Program (NCSP)

The National Clinician Scholars Program (NCSP) at Yale is an interprofessional fellowship program designed to prepare a select group of future clinician leaders to improve health and health care in the US through scholarship and action at the national, state, and local levels. Our two-year program is designed for both doctorally-trained nurses and physicians.