Welcome to the Medical Oncology/Hematology Fellowship Program of the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center (UMGCC).
Activities of the cancer center include basic and translational cancer research, student and house officer teaching, and a strong focus on new therapies in both an inpatient 46-bed unit and outpatient setting. Our service includes a hematologic malignancies service, solid tumor service, hospitalist-run service, a 16-bed unit dedicated to stem cell transplantation, and state-of-the-art ambulatory care center. Patients requiring intensive cardiopulmonary support are managed in the Medical Intensive Care unit. UMGCC also maintains its own hematology, pheresis, stem cell and flow cytometry laboratories, and has its own nursing service and complete inpatient and outpatient pharmacy.
This program, which was established as the Baltimore Cancer Research Center of the National Cancer Institute and became part of the University of Maryland in 1981, has a long, established reputation for excellence in training.
We are committed to providing outstanding clinical training and opportunities for fellows to develop into independent investigators, both in the scientific and clinical arenas.