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Residency

The Cardeza Foundation faculty is dedicated to hematologic research, education and clinical care. Physician members of the foundation comprise the Division of Hematology in the Department and are actively involved in inpatient and outpatient training of residents and fellows.

The elective for medical residents is designed to develop competence in evaluating and managing hematologic problems. It also aims to provide an understanding of the pathophysiologic basis of hematologic problems, and to provide an understanding of the pathophysiologic basis of hematologic disorders. Medical residents participate in the care of inpatients on the hematology service and in hematologic consultations. Outpatient experience in hematology is also available. During the rotation, residents learn to perform and interpret bone marrow aspirations and biopsies.

The Hematology faculty are actively involved in the weekly board review, noon conferences and morning reports. The residents participate in the monthly hematopathological conference organized by the Division of Hematology.

Clinical research and laboratory research are performed under the guidance of a member of the faculty of the Cardeza foundation.

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