Welcome to the Hematology Oncology Fellowship Program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. The newly NCI designated Stephenson Cancer Center is home to this fellowship which is tied to the Oklahoma University Medical Center.
Our mission is to train the next generation of hematologists oncologists in a program that encompasses cutting edge clinical oncology, hematology and cellular therapy. Our fellows benefit not only from an academic clinical faculty of more than 20, but also from the rich translational environment that includes basic scientists in the Stephenson Cancer Center and our robust clinical trial program. Our trials program is first in the nation in accrual to cooperative group oncology LAPS trials and in the top 10 in accruals to phase 1 studies. Fellows have the opportunity to pursue a masters in clinical translational research as a part of the fellowship, providing additional exposure to statistics, epidemiology and clinical trial design. Designated mentors and a research committee will assist fellows in developing a suitable research project(s) and will help the trainee focus on specific areas of clinical interest.
Fellowship Director: Raid Aljumaily, MD
Associate Fellowship Director: Hassan Hatoum, MD
Associate Fellowship Director: Sami Ibrahimi, MD
Associate Fellowship Director for VA: Mohammad Khalil, MD
Fellowship Coordinator: Robin Vinson
Benefits of Fellowship
Trainees are covered for Dental, Health, Life, Vision and Disability insurances.
State medical license is funded by the Fellowship program. Coverage is also extended for DEA and Controlled Substance registration.
Fellows are provided ASH Book online access. Fellows are also provided free ASCO SEP book online and hard copy.
On top of that, all fellows have book allowance to buy more books in areas of interest.
National Meeting Allowance:
Financial support is provided for attendance at one national scientific meeting annually. In addition, all posters/abstracts/researches accepted at any meeting/conference are funded by the fellowship program.
The program may sponsor masters degree in clinical and translational research for highly dedicated trainees during the fellowship.
15 paid sick leave days annually
15 working days of vacation annually
Protected educational leave for annual meetings
ASH and ASCO memberships
Free white coats
Free laundry for white coats
Meal cards monthly for hospital cafeterias
Lunch during some weekly conferences
Discounted access to a variety of software for Windows and Mac
Individual offices for each fellow in the Stephenson Cancer Center
Two lactation rooms in the building