The goal of the Fellowship Program at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in Tulsa is to help train the next generation of medical professionals with an interest in the oncology field by providing quality oncology education.
CTCA® in Tulsa has one fellowship program and five residency programs currently being offered. All academic years run from July through June.
- CTCA Medical Oncology Fellowship: This two-year Medical Oncology Fellowship program, accredited by the American Osteopathic Association, prepares fellows to successfully manage solid tumors and malignant hematology in a clinical setting. It requires an osteopathic medical degree (DO) and completion of an ACGME or AOA internal medicine residency. Program Director is Sagun Shrestha, MD, with core faculty Theodore Pollock, DO, FACOI, and Asha Karippot, MD. Fellows are placed at CTCA for the entire duration of the fellowship and are under the supervision of each medical oncologist. Applications must go through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Learn more or apply.
- General Surgery Residency Rotation: Affiliated with Oklahoma State University Medical Center (OSUMC). Rotations are two months in length. Residents are supervised by Pragatheeshwar Thirunavukarasu, MD.
- Breast Surgery Residency Rotation: Affiliated with OSUMC. Rotations are one month in length. Residents are supervised by Michael Thomas, MD, FACS.
- Anesthesiology Residency Rotation: Affiliated with OSUMC. Residents rotate at the hospital depending on caseload. Residents are supervised by Larry McKenzie, DO.
- ENT Residency Rotation: Affiliated with OSUMC. Rotations are two to four months in length. Residents are supervised by Brad Mons, DO, MBA.
- Radiology Residency Rotation: Affiliated with OSUMC. Residents rotate at the hospital depending on case load. Residents are supervised by Tim McCay, DO.