The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) announces that the Institutional Application Deadline for the NHF-Baxter Clinical Fellowship Program is Tuesday, December 1, 2009. Funded through the generous support of Baxter Healthcare Corporation, this program is designed to increase the number of skilled clinicians committed to providing comprehensive care for individuals with bleeding and clotting disorders.
The program provides hands-on clinical training to licensed physicians and also prepares them for academic careers in bleeding and clotting disorders research. Mentored training takes place at highly qualified hemophilia and thrombophilia treatment centers located throughout the U.S.
To be eligible for the NHF-Baxter Clinical Fellowship, institutions must first apply and receive approval to participate in the program.
Institutional Applications may be made by the medical director(s) and other senior faculty members/administrators affiliated with U.S. hemophilia and thrombophilia treatment centers not yet approved to participate in the NHF-Baxter Clinical Fellowship Program. Applying to the NHF-Baxter Clinical Fellowship Program is a two-tiered process. Only authorized institutions may subsequently nominate and train NHF-Baxter Clinical Fellows. If approved, authorization is granted for a period of five years.
Access the complete application instructions for the NHF-Baxter Clinical Fellowship. For further information, please contact Angelina Wang, NHF Director of Research and Medical Information: 212.328.3727 or email@example.com.