Fellowships and Residency

Fellowships and Residency

Neuro-oncology fellow Grace Ho and Alicia Jacob, nurse practitioner

Neuro-oncology fellow Grace Ho, and nurse practitioner Alicia Jacob with colleagues

The Department of Neurology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center offers fellowship programs in Neuro-Oncology and Cancer Rehabilitation, as well as a residency program in Physical Therapy Oncology.

The Neuro-Oncology program is open to individuals who have completed training in medical oncology/other specialties, or who wish to complete a one-year program on a case-by-case basis.

Applicants to the Cancer Rehabilitation fellowship program should be completing, or have completed, training in an ACGME-accredited physical medicine and a rehabilitation residency program.

The Physical Therapy Oncology Program is open to therapists who have obtained their PT license in the State of New York. New graduates and international candidates are eligible.

Advanced Practice Provider Neurology/Neurosurgery Fellowship

The mission of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Neurology/Neurosurgery Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Fellowship is to promote transition to practice and professional development within a comprehensive training program utilizing formalized didactics and mentored experiential learning.

Cancer Rehabilitation Fellowship

Our one-year fellowship program in cancer rehabilitation also offers the opportunity to do clinical research.

Neuro-Oncology Fellowship

The Fellowship Program in Neuro-Oncology offers a two- to three-year arrangement of clinical and research training for those who have completed an adult or pediatric neurology residency.

Physical Therapy Oncology Residency Program

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Physical Therapy Oncology Residency Program is a comprehensive training experience for physical therapists covering myriad of aspects of assessment and treatment of the individual presenting with functional impairments resulting from cancer and cancer treatments.