Didactics

Education is our top priority at the University of Tennessee. As such, we offer multiple educational experiences, including:

  • An 18 month rotating, structured curriculum, covering all of the major topics in Hematology / Oncology Monday & Tuesday morning conferences.
  • A Written curriculum for each rotation.
  • Exam review course - an annual review of hematology & oncology in preparation for in-service exams.
  • Journal Club- a once-monthly critical review of recent medical literature given by selected fellows.
  • Research Meetings - Once a month presentation of unusual or interesting cases by selected fellows.
  • Med/Onc Meetings - Once a month update of research and diseases presented by West Clinic physicians.
  • Foundational Conference - weekly for first year fellows, to build a base of knowledge to carry them forward in the program. The intent is to review each disease site in detail to prepare the first year fellow for their future clinical rotations, their second year fellowship and their in-service examination.
  • Board Review - weekly review for 3rd year fellows as a study guide for board certification.
  • Benign Hematology Symposium - meets monthly to discuss in-depth diagnosis and management of bleeding disorders.
  • Graduation 2013 Graduation 2013
  • First Year Fellows 1st Year Fellows
  • Drs. Ogbeide and Lawson review clinic notes Drs. Ogbeide and Lawson review clinic notes
  • Dr. Osa Ogbeide Dr. Osa Ogbeide
  • Drs. Snider and Ogbata Drs. Snider and Ogbata
  • 2nd Year Fellows 3rd Year Fellows
  • Dr. Bojia Li presents at Journal Club Dr. Bojia Li presents at Journal Club
  • 1st Year Fellows 2nd Year Fellows
  • Drs. Haq and Pandey discuss patient care Drs. Haq and Pandey discuss patient care
  • Dr. Carolyn Chesney leads the Hematology Symposium Dr. Chesney leads the Hematology Symposium

Contact Us

Division of Hematology & Oncology

Site contact:
Janet Herriman
Residency Coordinator
100 Humphreys Blvd.
Memphis TN 38120
Phone: 901-448-1393