We shall soon upload several initiatives onto the website to enhance training and educational opportunities globally for ISOM members. The intent is to provide a resource in various guises for prospective trainees in low and middle income countries as well as developed countries. This section of the website is suitable for posting clinical and research training roles, fellowships,
PhD opportunities, and career positions relevant to Obstetric Medicine.
This international website will potentially broaden the pool of applicants, provide the opportunity to develop a mentor or scholarship system, and enable better cross-cultural prospects. Promoting training opportunities should also add weight to the call for similar programs in countries still developing pathways for training in Obstetric Medicine.
Please contact Prof Lawrence McMahon if you have a suitable position you wish to post.
Fellowship in Maternal/Fetal Hematology
The Medical Disorders of Pregnancy Program at the University of Toronto is an internationally acknowledged program recognized for its excellence in patient care, medical education and research. This program is predominantly at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, which exposes trainees to high patient volumes, a coordinated approach to patient management and research opportunities with world-class Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists.
This fellowship in Maternal/Fetal Hematology is intended for highly motivated academic physicians who have completed basic Hematology training and which to pursue clinical and scholarly excellence in the approach and management of women with hematological disorders in pregnancy.
The Medical Disorders in Pregnancy Program at the University of Toronto provides a wide breadth of exposure to clinical hematological disorders peripartum including immune disorders, hemoglobinopathies, thromboembolism, myeloproliferative disorders, malignancies, and hemostasis as well as laboratory based exposure including the investigation and management of hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn and fetal/neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia.
The fellow is strongly encouraged to enroll in a graduate program in research, medical education or quality improvement. The successful candidate will have at least 50% of the time dedicated to their academic activities. It is the intent of the fellowship that the successful candidate will become the future global leader in academic maternal/fetal hematology.
Duration: 2 years
Start Date: July 1, 2020
Interested hematology residents should submit their curriculum vitae, including the names of three referees, with a covering personal letter to Ms. Christine Andrews, Division of Hematology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Toronto, Canada at Christine.Andrews@uhn.ca by July 1, 2019.
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