Roger Williams is host to residency and fellowship programs in a number of clinical specialties including oncology. As a major teaching affiliate of the Boston University School of Medicine, Roger Williams strives to advance the education and knowledge of physicians-in-training.
We are home to a training program in hematology oncology that offers a comprehensive clinical experience at Roger Williams and other hospitals throughout Rhode Island. Our Hematology/Oncology Division is one of few practices in the country that received inaugural certification from the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative from the American Society of Clinical Oncology. The Hematology/Oncology Oncology Fellowship Program is fully accredited by the American Council of Graduate Medical Education and meets the standards for successful training of Hematology/Oncology Fellows in a 3-year program. Learn more about this program.
Surgical Oncology Fellowship
Roger Williams is home to a Society of Surgical Oncology Fellowship that recently received ACGME accreditation as one of the first Complex General Surgical Oncology training programs. There are opportunities for research fellowships in our basic science laboratory. Our five surgical oncologists are uniquely qualified to train the next generation of surgical oncologists, as Roger Williams is the only Cancer Center in Rhode Island with an entire surgical staff trained through Society of Surgical Oncology Fellowships. Learn more about this program.
Procedural Dermatology Fellowship
We offer a one-year, ACGME-accredited, fellowship program in Procedural Dermatology. Although it emphasizes Mohs surgery and reconstruction, the fellowship also takes advantage of the multidisciplinary approaches to skin cancer treatment available at Roger Williams Medical Center. We accept one fellow each year.
We strive to take into consideration the fellow’s personal interests and goals.
- Curriculum vitae.
- Department chairman's letter from each program in which the applicant has trained.
- Three letters of reference from faculty members who know the applicant well.
- Medical school Dean's letter and transcript.
- San Francisco Match Number.