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Hematology and Oncology Fellowship

Welcome from the Program Directors

Welcome! We appreciate your interest in our program, and are glad you have taken the time to visit our website for more information. We accept four fellows per year to our ACGME accredited three-year hematology/oncology training program. The foundation of our fellowship training relies on the tremendous depth and breadth of our clinical care and cutting edge research.

Loyola is one of the top academic medical centers in the country, dedicated to advancing the art and science of medicine. We have cutting-edge facilities, a faculty of outstanding clinical scholars, and rapidly expanding clinical, translational and basic science research programs. Our hospital has been nationally recognized by US News and World Report across multiple specialties. Many of our heme/onc faculty are named Chicago Top Doctors each year.

At the center of our culture, you will find a caring atmosphere and a love for learning. We sincerely believe in our stated mission "the pursuit of knowledge in the service of humanity." As a fellow in the division of Hematology/Oncology, you will be a part of this culture, these people, and this mission. We know you will find many unique features at Loyola that make this an exciting and challenging place to pursue your career in hematology/oncology.

Elizabeth Henry, MD

Elizabeth Henry, MD
Program Director

Kathleen Phelan, MD

Kathleen Phelan, MD
Associate Program Director