Outside Opportunities

The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation is pleased to share information of special interest to medical professionals to assist in advancing the care of patients living with cutaneous lymphoma.


Ohio State University (OSU) James Comprehensive Cancer Center

Cutaneous Lymphoma Research Fellowship (PGY-2 or higher; non-ACGME accredited)

The Ohio State University James Comprehensive Cancer Center is recruiting candidates interested in gaining expertise in management of patients with cutaneous lymphoma. The multidisciplinary cutaneous lymphoma clinic at OSU's James Comprehensive Cancer Center equips trainees with experience caring for cutaneous lymphoma patients, coordination of their complex care, and provides in-depth exposure to clinical trials and translational research. Fellows work alongside board-certified dermatologists and hematologists in a multi-disciplinary setting where they gain a wealth of experience with skin assessment tools, skin biopsies, and clinical trials. The training experience can be tailored to the specific interests of more experienced candidates. Previous dermatology experience is highly-desired, however, is not required and OSU have had excellent track record in placing fellows into highly competitive dermatology residency programs. For candidates who have already completed an ACGME-accredited residency in dermatology, mentorship for placement into highly competitive Academic Dermatology Faculty positions is available. 
 
All fellows will receive a comprehensive benefit package similar to all ACGME-accredited fellows at OSU including a discretionary/education allowance. 
 
Candidates must have completed a PGY1 year after having obtained their medical degree to be eligible for the fellowship. Please apply to Dr Catherine Chung (catherine.chung@osumc.edu) and Dr Basem William (basem.william@osumc.edu) with your CV and 2 letters of recommendation as well as a personal statement if you are interested in interviewing for the position. OSU will plan on interviewing candidates via phone/video conferencing for the initial round of interviews in mid-March. Program starts July 1st, 2018 for 1 year.