Hematology Oncology Fellowship
The Hematology Oncology Fellowship Program at UT Southwestern Medical Center and the Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center prepares physicians for careers in academic or clinical hematology-oncology by providing rigorous and comprehensive training in the full spectrum of adult hematologic and oncologic disorders. The Fellowship is a combined three-year Hematology Oncology program.
22-23 Hematology and Oncology First Year Fellows
22-23 Hematology and Oncology Second Year Fellows
22-23 Hematology and Oncology Third Year Fellows
22-23 Hematology and Oncology Fellowship Program Leadership and Administration
Kimberly King, GME Program Coordinator; Suzanne Conzen, M.D., Division Chef; Amy Jones, M.D., Program Director; Monika Kumar, M.D., Associate Program Director; Cristine Rodriguez, Education Assistant
22-23 Hematology and Oncology Fellows
Training takes place at Parkland Memorial Hospital, the Dallas Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and UT Southwestern University Hospitals. Fellows are also responsible for ongoing care of outpatients in five continuity clinics at Parkland: benign and malignant hematology, breast, thoracic, gastrointestinal, and genitourinary oncology. Faculty with expertise in each area lead the clinics.
Basic and clinical research is an integral part of the training program. Bringing the best of medical science to clinical practice is a major goal at UT Southwestern, and a broad range of research opportunities is available.
Amy Jones, M.D.
Director, Hematology and Oncology Fellowship Program
Monika Kumar, M.D.
Associate Director, Hematology and Oncology Fellowship Program
Kimberly King, C-TAGME
GME Coordinator II