Candidates who have completed their ACGME-accredited Ob/Gyn residency program have an extraordinary chance to take their career at the peak of success. The UNM is proudly expecting applications for their Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship. Receive well rounded clinical and research training and become a leader in gynecologic oncology by applying to UNM Gynecologic Oncology fellowship. To apply, you must have completed an ACGME-accredited Ob/Gyn residency program to qualify for the fellowship.
This program aims to advance the knowledge of the gynecology students who are just now passed out. It expands their knowledge and helps them take some real work experience. The UNM school of medicine wants the students to get the opportunity to perform practical tasks and come out with some new and effective solutions to minimize the disease and other health issues of the patients. This program is easy to access, so multiple health professionals from the gynecology field can apply.
New Mexicans are justifiably proud of their School of Medicine, which owes so much to those educational pioneers’ foresight, vision, and courage. In 1964, the founders had a view of the value a medical school could bring to our state. They understood that New Mexico’s rich and vibrant cultures were invaluable assets to all. Their compact with the state was to provide a more incredible opportunity for New Mexicans to have a medical education and, at the same time, to help alleviate the severe shortage of medical care in much of the state.
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Get a glance at the fellowship in the table below:
|Educational Level||Ob/Gyn students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||April 15, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible?
Eligibility for the fellowship is mentioned below; please ensure before you apply:
- You must have completed an ACGME-accredited Ob/Gyn residency program to qualify for the fellowship.
How to Apply
Candidates need to apply for the fellowship through an online application form. Please submit all your needed information in the application with concern. Other supporting materials that verify your eligibility should be provided with care. All the mandatory documents should be submitted to be considered for the fellowship. No late applications will be entertained and will be rejected by the institute.
- Curriculum vitae, council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology scores are required.
- Medical school transcript, Personal statement
- Photograph – the wallet-sized color photo is required.
- S. Medical Licensing Exam transcript should be submitted.
- Recommendation letters – Three from professional colleagues, including one from your residency program director and one from a gynecologic oncologist, should be submitted. If you do a rotation such as the MD Anderson or Memorial Sloan Kettering rotating fellowships, send a letter from this rotation.
This fellowship has uncountable benefits. Your clinical rotations will focus solely on caring for these diverse and complex patients under faculty supervision. You’ll spend 18 months at UNM Hospital/UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center and six months at Southwest Women’s Oncology. Both locations see patients from all over New Mexico. The program includes built-in time for fellow-specific didactics, tumor board conferences, morbidity and mortality conferences, case log review, and departmental grand rounds.
Applications for the program are now open and will close on April 15, 2021. Please hurry up and be the first to win the fellowship.