Fellowship Program Structure

The four-year Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship Program includes three ACGME-accredited years during which fellows complete all ACGME requirements. A fourth, non-ACGME-accredited year, is required and is accredited by the TMB.

The first year of fellowship is ACGME-accredited and consists entirely of clinical rotations. The second, non-ACGME-accredited year consists of three months on the Gynecologic Oncology Service and nine months of basic-science research during which Fellows have no clinical responsibilities. Both the third and the fourth years are ACGME-accredited. During the third year, Fellows focus on research and have no clinical responsibilities. The fourth year is entirely comprised of clinical training on the Gynecologic Oncology Service at Clements University Hospital and Parkland Memorial Hospital.

Sample Rotation Schedule

YearJulAugSepOctNovDec
1st Year RadOnc Path Gen SICU Clinical - Gynecologic Oncology
2nd Year Clinical - Gynecologic Oncology Research
3rd Year Research
4th Year Clinical - Gynecologic Oncology
YearJanFebMarAprMayJun
1st Year Clinical - Gynecologic Oncology
2nd Year Research
3rd Year Research
4th Year Clinical - Gynecologic Oncology

Gen: Genetics
Path: Pathology
RadOnc: Radiation Oncology
SICU: Surgical Intensive Care Unit

Conferences, Courses, and Scientific Meetings

Gynecologic Oncology Fellows are encouraged to attend and actively participate in a variety of conferences, boards, grand rounds, courses, scientific meetings, and lectures. Daily lectures and grand rounds are also given by different departments of the Medical School and are published in a monthly calendar of events.

The Fellowship Program Didactics include weekly lectures that are given or supervised by Gynecologic Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Palliative Care, or other related subspecialty faculty. Fellows are encouraged to attend weekly didactics that are structured specifically for the purpose of fellow education.

The Fellowship Program also requires successful completion of a graduate level course in Biostatistics, (Biostatistics for Clinical Sciences I – DCS 5391/5491).

Presentations and Publications

Fellows are encouraged to present and publish the results of their research and clinical studies at conferences. Review a list of past presentations and publications involving Gynecologic Oncology Fellows: 

Presentations and Publications

Additional Information

Fellowship Program Description
Current and Former Fellows