Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship Program

The overall goals of the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology’s Fellowship program include training subspecialists in Gynecologic Oncology (GynOnc) who are excellent clinicians capable of providing comprehensive care for women with uterine, ovarian and other gynecologic cancers. Our objective is to provide supervision and training for each fellow with progression of responsibilities from that of dependent trainee to an independent GynOnc specialist.

In addition, our goal is to train academicians and leaders who will have an impact in the field of Gynecologic Oncology by contributing to and advancing the subspecialty through efforts in research and teaching. Through research projects and didactics, fellows are taught to use the statistical, epidemiologic and laboratory techniques necessary to develop an independent research program with a specific focus.

The MCW three year GynOnc Fellowship Program has been structured to meet all educational goals described by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG). Our program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Application Process

Selected applicants are invited to Milwaukee for a personal interview in the summer months of each year. The fellowship program offers 1 first-year position annually.

All applications must go through ERAS. Your final application must include:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • 3 letters of recommendation (4 will be accepted) including Residency Program Director, Chair of OBGYN Department, and a mentor who can attest to your interest in Gynecologic Oncology
  • USMLE scores (steps 1-3)
  • Personal statement (1 page explaining your interest in Maternal-Fetal Medicine)
  • Medical school transcript
  • Dean’s letter
  • Current portrait
  • CREOG scores (years 1-3) – Although not included in the ERAS application, please upload to our form


Important Notes Regarding Application Requirements

We welcome all applications to our fellowship and do not set specific criteria for applications. We will review each file in total, using all the information available, to determine if an interview will be offered. We cannot evaluate any application information unless received in ERAS.

All applications for our program are accepted only through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) hosted by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).

  • There is one first-year fellowship position each July.
  • The deadline for applications will be May 31st.
  • Prior US clinical experience is not essential.
  • Interviews are held July – August.
  • Able to carry out the responsibilities of a fellow in the MCW GynOnc Fellowship including the functional requirements, cognitive requirements, interpersonal and communication requirements, and attendance requirements with or without reasonable accommodations.


Information for International Applicants

International medical graduates must follow all ECFMG guidelines and apply through ERAS, in addition to supplying all of the documents listed above.

Interview Dates for 2019-2020 Academic Year

All interviews are offered at the departmental offices. Interview days are on Wednesdays.

  • Wednesday, July 10
  • Wednesday, July 31
  • Wednesday, August 28

Interview Status Information

Once the applicant file is complete and has been approved for an interview by our faculty, candidates will be notified via email or ERAS.

Hotel/Lodging Information for Interview Days

The Milwaukee Regional Medical Center has provided Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin with a Lodging Guide.

When making your reservations, be sure to mention that you are with the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Directions on and off campus

Please visit our Campus Map & Directions for directions on and off campus.

Meet the Team

The Gynecologic Oncology Medicine Fellowship team consists of the Department Chair, Fellowship Program Director, Division Head of GynOnc, GynOnc Faculty, Department Vice Chair of Research and the Fellowship Program Coordinator.

Chair & Professor

Rader, Janet S.,  MD

Rader, Janet S., MD

Chairman; Jack A. & Elaine D. Klieger Professor

Gynecologic Oncology Faculty

Uyar, Denise S., MD

Uyar, Denise S., MD

Associate Professor; Chief of Gynecologic Oncology; Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship Program Director
Bradley, William H., MD

Bradley, William H., MD

Associate Professor
Bishop, Erin, MD

Bishop, Erin, MD

Assistant Professor
Hopp, Elizabeth E., MD

Hopp, Elizabeth E., MD

Assistant Professor

Research Faculty

Chaluvally-Raghavan, Pradeep, PhD

Chaluvally-Raghavan, Pradeep, PhD

Assistant Professor
(414) 955-2573
Huang, Yi-Wen, PhD

Huang, Yi-Wen, PhD

Assistant Professor
Pradeep, Sunila, PhD

Pradeep, Sunila, PhD

Assistant Professor (414) 955-2673
Ramchandran, Ramani, PhD

Ramchandran, Ramani, PhD

Patrick J. and Margaret G. McMahon endowed Professor and Vice Chair of Research
(414) 955-2387
Wang, Ling, MD, PhD

Wang, Ling, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor
(414) 955-2396

Program Coordinator


Michelle Malicki
Fellowship Coordinator
(414) 805-6638 | Email

Benefits

The Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology provide extensive benefits.

Contract and Health Benefits

All Medical College of Wisconsin fellows’ contract and benefits are provided by the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals (MCWAH).

  • Vacation
    Each fellow receives 15 days of vacation per year.
  • CME Conference Time
    Each fellow receives 5 days to attend CME conference(s) per year.
  • Educational Conferences
    Protected time is given every Wednesday morning to for didactics.
  • Educational Funds
    Each fellow receives departmental funds totaling up to $3,000 per year that can be used towards the purchase of educational materials and expenses for educational conferences.
  • Parking
    Complimentary parking is offered at all locations.
  • Meals
    On-call meals are provided.
  • Lab Coats
    Lab coats and laundry service are provided to all fellows.

Living and Working in Milwaukee

Milwaukee is located in southeastern Wisconsin, about 90 minutes from Chicago, IL and Madison, WI. Milwaukee is on the shores of Lake Michigan, the fifth largest lake in the world where Summerfest, the world’s largest music festival and many ethnic festivals take place throughout the summer. There is something for everyone in Milwaukee; you can experience old world charm, diverse cultures, historic neighborhoods and it’s a great place to raise a family.

You can always find new and exciting things to do, like cheering on one of the many professional sports teams which include the Bucks (NBA), Brewers (MLBNL), Packers (NFL), Wave (MISL), Admirals (AHL) or Milwaukee Mustangs (AFL). Visit one of our many culture centers to include the Pabst Mansion, the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts and the Milwaukee Art Museum which includes the first Santiago Calatrava-designed building in the United States.

MCW Maps & Directions

  • Directions and Campus Map
    Directions to the the Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, 8701 Watertown Plank Rd., is located on the campus of the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53226. The College’s main building is located on 87th St., just south of Watertown Plank Rd.
  • Milwaukee Regional Map and Lodging Resource Guide
    Milwaukee Regional Map of the Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee including the interstate, Mitchell Airport, and area highways. It also includes Lodging, Parking, Taxi, Public Transportation, Key Phone Number and Address Resource Guide.
  • Contact Information
    Contact Information, telephone numbers, addresses.

Have a question? Need help?

Contact

Michelle Malicki
Fellowship Program Coordinator
(414) 805-6638 | Email