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Alumni Feedback

Responses from Anonymous Alumni Survey

What aspects of the training experience did you find the most useful to your current practice? 

"The diversity of attendings and learning multiple different approaches. The high-volume and different surgical modalities were key, too. Amazing exposure to chemotherapy & research & clinical trials.”

Sharon Robertson, MD, MPH

Fellowship Tenure: 2015-2018
Current: Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine & Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center

“I feel very fortunate to have trained in the USF/Moffitt Gyn Oncology fellowship. There is no better surgical training in the country. I was well prepared to perform complex open, laparoscopic, and robotic cases. The diversity of clinical experiences at the two clinic sites also provided a unique perspective to approaches to chemotherapy both on and off of clinical trials. Finally, I am eternally grateful for the mentorship provided by the faculty both during and since my fellowship.”

Sarah Todd, MD

Fellowship Tenure: 2016-2019
Current: Assistant Professor, University of Louisville School of Medicine & James Graham Brown Cancer Center

"This program provides the best of all worlds for fellows in training by offering high volume clinical experience uniquely through both a nationally recognized cancer center as well as a nationally recognized university affiliated general hospital. The renowned faculty provides a wealth of knowledge in our field as well as a variety of surgical techniques. Prepare to be challenged each and every day with a wide range of clinical situations and, at times, the rarest of pathologies. The work is most definitely demanding, but then again, it's supposed to be, and it will leave you well prepared."