Our mission is to improve the perioperative care of the patient with cancer and to advance education and research in the field of onco-anesthesiology.
The Onco-Anesthesiology Fellowship Program aims to provide unique and advanced training to anesthesiologists in the perioperative care of patients undergoing cancer-related diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in a variety of clinical settings. Participants will obtain in-depth knowledge of cancer therapies, both surgical and nonsurgical, and their impact on anesthetic management. The fellowship program is designed to allow for the development of expertise in clinical care delivery, education, and research in onco-anesthesiology. The graduating fellow will be well-suited to lead future advancements in these areas.
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This one-year program is comprised of 10 months of customized clinical rotations in onco-anesthesiology, including in the operating room, non-operating room anesthesia (NORA) sites, intensive care unit and pre-anesthesia testing clinic, and two months of elective experience involving either clinical or research rotations or both. Scheduled clinical rotations will be offered in anesthesiology for general surgical oncology, head and neck oncology/difficult airway, neurosurgical oncology, acute and chronic pain management, and perioperative and critical care medicine. Clinical research opportunities will be available and participation is strongly encouraged during the fellowship. In addition to the scheduled rotations, additional elective opportunities will be available in quality and patient safety, cardio-oncology (including transthoracic echocardiography) and advanced research.
Educational activities include journal club, grand rounds, M&M, multicenter journal club, Tumor Board, and the Moffitt GME Core Lecture Series.
Training will be located at Moffitt Cancer Center Magnolia and McKinley campuses, including the operating rooms, non-operating room anesthesia (NORA) sites, intensive care units and the pre-anesthesia testing clinic.
All candidates must have completed an accredited anesthesiology residency program in the United States and be board-certified or board eligible. The applicant should hold a Florida medical license prior to the start date of the fellowship.
Applicants for this training program are selected based on scholarly achievements, the potential for successful practice, character, and integrity. Preference will be given to those with an interest in an academic career.
All faculty members are board certified in anesthesiology.
Jonathan Cohen, MD, (Program Director), Rosemarie Garcia Getting, MD (Associate Program Director), Nasrin Aldawoodi, MD, Jamie Hoffman, MD, Rohini Kotha, MD, Aaron Muncey, MD, Daniel Nahrwold, MD, Sephalie Patel, MD.
How to Apply
- Completion of application (PDF)
- Updated curriculum vitae
- A cover letter with a brief statement of clinical interests and goals
- Copy of medical diploma and USMLE scores
- Personal statement
Interested candidates should submit the enclosed application form along with their CV and a personal statement to Beliza.Rohena@Moffitt.org.
Associate Program Director
Rosemarie Garcia Getting, MD
Associate Member in the Department of Anesthesiology
Moffitt Cancer Center
10920 N. McKinley Drive WCB-ANEST
Tampa, FL 33612
GME Program Administrator