2017 Fellows Group

 Hematology Oncology Fellows Academic Year 2017-2018

The Division of Hematology/Oncology offers a three-year combined training program in hematology and medical oncology. The division currently has 10 faculty members and is approved for a total of nine fellowship positions by the ACGME.

The Division of Hematology and Oncology is dedicated to the care of patients with cancer and blood disorders.

A multi-disciplinary approach to outpatient care is provided in the Comprehensive Cancer Center where medical, surgical, gynecological, and radiation oncologists are available.

The division is participating in clinical protocols and is adding new trials for all major malignancies. A full service sickle cell center and adult hemophilia clinic are also available. Cooperation with the community physicians has resulted in MCG seeing the majority of the patients with hemoglobinopathies, coagulation disorders, acute leukemia, and stem cell transplants.

Special areas of faculty member interest and expertise include stem cell transplants, hemoglobinopathies, coagulation, lung cancer, hematologic malignancies, breast cancer, and lymphomas.

Please contact Kristina Kotz at 706.721.2505 or kkotz@augusta.edu more information about our Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program. You may also visit out GME website for housestaff information.

For Interested Applicants - Current Housestaff salaries 2018

Applications will only be accepted electronically through ERAS to the Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Training program, click here to go to ERAS. The Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Training Program at the Augusta University/Medical College of Georgia will be accepting completed applications for the new academic year FY 2019 from July 15th until August 18th, 2017. Application requirements below required for interview invitation.


  • ERAS Application
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • USMLE transcript or Complex transcript
  • 3 letters of recommendation
  • Photo of applicant 

VISA Eligibility Requirements:

  • J Visa (exchange visitor), or will consider/review applications on a case by case basis for those who require sponsorship in other non-immigrant categories such as H-1B, with final determination made by the Senior Associate Dean for GME and VA Affairs.

  • If a resident on a H-1B visa is approved for a residency program, there is a fee for the H-1B petition that the Program must pay annually. See H-1B Department Request and Checklist: http://www.augusta.edu/ipso/postdoc/documents/eyes-open.pdf

  • * Before sending an Acceptance Letter to an H-1B candidate, contact the International & Postdoctoral Service Office for advice/instructions 1-0670

  • Valid Permanent Resident status, or

  • Valid Employment Authorization Document (EAD)