International Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship

The Memorial Sloan Kettering Gynecology Service offers a two-year international gynecologic oncology fellowship to fully trained gynecologists from outside the United States who desire further training in gynecologic oncology.

The program is designed to afford the trainee a solid experience in gynecologic oncology surgery and patient management. The fellow is responsible for preoperative and postoperative patient care and will perform surgical procedures under the direction of an attending surgeon. Fellows will participate in resident instruction as well as in the outpatient clinics, rounds, lectures, and treatment planning conferences.

The two-year fellowship is composed primarily of patient care on the gynecologic oncology service. Other rotations in which the fellow acts as the primary assistant to the attending include: colorectal, general surgical oncology, urology, and radiation oncology. The fellow will have three weeks of vacation per year.

Deadline
June 30
Length of Program
Two years
Eligibility

Candidates must be graduates of a recognized foreign medical school and have completed an obstetrics and gynecology residency training program in their country. The candidate must have a clear interest and commitment in expanding his or her expertise in gynecologic oncology.

The candidate must have passed the first part of the USMLE examinations or any equivalent at the time of application. Prior to starting the program, candidates are required to have passed all parts of the USLME examination and hold a valid ECFMG certificate. Selected candidates must qualify for and obtain a limited permit to practice medicine from the New York State Education Department, in accordance with its requirements.

Number of Positions
One
How to Apply

Completed applications and curriculum vitae should be submitted by May 1 of each year. Three letters of recommendation are required. Requests for applications or additional information about the fellowship program should be directed to: Kathleen O’Keefe, Program Coordinator.

Phone
212-639-7537