Hematology / Oncology Fellowship Program

West Virginia University Health Sciences Center, Department of Medicine, Section of Hematology/Oncology, and the Cancer Institute offer a three-year training program leading to eligibility for board certification in Medical Oncology and Hematology.

Faculty and Fellows

2015 WVU Hematology Oncology Fellows 

Educational Responsibilities

Fellows develop clinical expertise in cancer therapy, acquire knowledge of basic biology of neoplastic diseases and carry out research on problems in Hematology-Oncology. Trainees are introduced to Hematology/Oncology through clinical teaching on the wards and in clinics, as well as clinical and basic science lectures and conferences directed by faculty. Fellows also participate in clinical or laboratory research under faculty supervision.


The major sites for clinical activities are at WVUMedicine - Ruby Memorial Hospital, the largest facility in the WVU Hospitals family, and the Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center, which houses the Hematology/Oncology outpatient facilities, Radiation Oncology, and two floors of research laboratories. Our Imaging Center provides PET scanning and advanced MRI imaging and our Radiation Oncology unit offers Gamma Knife and other advanced treatment facilities. The Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center serves the state of West Virginia, southwestern Pennsylvania, western Maryland, and eastern Ohio.

See more details at the West Virginia University School of Medicine