Fellowship duration: Two years
Eligibility: Applicants must have completed their residency training in general surgery at an approved U.S. or Canadian program
The fellowship offers a broad-based experience in surgical oncology at the world-renowned Duke University Medical Center and Duke Cancer Institute. Designated in 1973 by the National Cancer Institute as one of the original eight comprehensive cancer centers, Duke University has a long history of academic excellence and delivers unparalleled cancer care to patients regionally, nationally, and internationally. The Duke Cancer Institute, which recently celebrated its 50th year as a comprehensive cancer center, sees more than 66,000 new cancer patients each year and receives more than $115 million in cancer research funding each year.