The clinical faculty is dedicated to the development of well-rounded, independent, academic gynecologic oncologists.
During fellowship training, a large breadth of surgical experience is provided. The fellows will be provided with access to robotic and minimally invasive surgical techniques including both laparoscopic and robotic lymphadenectomy, ovarian and endometrial staging procedures, extrafascial and radical hysterectomy. A large volume of open surgery is also provided during the two years of clinical training including advanced pelvic surgery, upper abdominal and peritoneal resections, colorectal and exenterative procedures. The management of complicated surgical and medical patients is provided through the daily care of service inpatients and routine exposure to the outpatient clinics.