Current/prior trainees: We trained more than 50 international scholars for stays from 1-12 months, and numerous short-term visitors.
US fellows: Geriatric oncology electives for fellows from other programs can be organized and recognized . For more complete training, our program provides geriatric oncology training as a rotation within Moffitt’s ACGME oncology/hematology fellowship program. General application rules for the full program apply.

Med Onc/Geri-Onc PD: Martine Extermann, MD, PhD.

Program Opportunities

Clinical: Rotations in an established geriatric oncology clinic. Typically 1-3 months. For international scholars: observorships. For US fellows, can be arranged as an elective rotation.
Research: Extensive geriatric oncology research program. Clinical/translational. Typically 6-12 months.
Funding available: As a general rule, no Moffitt funding. We can assist research scholars in applying for grants. ACGME elective are supported per ACGME rules.
Duration of program: Typically 1-3 months for clinical rotations/observorships; 6-12 months for research fellowships.
Application process: e-mail Martine Extermann. You will be connected with Moffitt’s Advanced Visiting Scholars Program that will assist you in your application and visa process, or to Moffitt’s fellowship coordinator for ACGME electives.
Accepts international trainees: yes
Contact person (number and email): Martine Extermann, +1-813-745-8658 (assistant: Jean Jordan)