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UCI Adult Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program in Uganda

Applicants are invited to apply for the UCI Adult Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program at the Uganda Cancer Institute. The call is open to train the next generation of cancer researchers.

This a collaborative program between UCI, Makerere College of Health Sciences (MakCHS), Mulago National Referral Hospital (MNRH), Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre (FHCRC) and University of Washington, Seattle-USA.

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Uganda Cancer Institute is a cancer treatment, research, and teaching center. It maintains an inpatient facility with a capacity of 80 beds and attends to an average of about 200 patients daily. It is a public medical care facility in partnership with the Ministry Of Health.

Why should apply to this program? This is a great opportunity for graduates to undertake fundamental research of the highest quality and impact. It enhances opportunities to conduct research and build capacity.

Application Deadline: At the end of May

Eligibility

  • Eligible Countries: East Africa and Africa
  • Acceptable Course or Subjects: Research training in adult hematology/oncology
  • Admissible Criteria: The applicant must have an interest in research training in adult hematology/oncology under the supervision of eminent specialists from our collaborating institutions to qualified health professionals in East Africa and Africa at large.

How to Apply

  • How to apply: For grasping this wonderful opportunity, aspirants need to submit the applications and supporting documents online through the UCI Website –AHO Fellowship portal. Selected candidates will be contacted via email.
  • Supporting Documents: claimants will be asked to provide the certified primary medical qualification certificate/transcript, certified certificate of completion of masters in internal medicine training, Uganda dental & medical practitioner’s council license or equivalent from other country, a minimum of 3 professional references with supporting reference letters, personal statement including past experiences, career goals, and motivation to specialize in adult hematology & medical oncology. a curriculum vitae, proof of identity e.g. passport copy, national identification card and electronic professional portrait.
  • Language Requirement: Seekers must have to meet the English language requirements.

Benefits

The fellowship provides aspirants 18 months of clinical in-patient and out-patient practice / didactic education and 6 months of scholarship/research training.

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6 comments

  1. Elias Mwape says:

    I hold a Master of Philosophy in Medical Physics. Is there any research opportunities/collaborations leading to the award of a Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Physics with a concentration in Nuclear Medicine?

  2. Muhammad Acher Arijo says:

    I am graduate in Biochemistry I want to avail post graduate scholarship in hematology

  3. Vivian Frank Saria says:

    Am a nurse working at Kilimanjaro Christian medical centre. Am interested in taking my Phd in oncology. I have the master’s in critical care in Nursing. I want to know if I will be eligible to this

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