- Associate Membership
Individuals eligible for Associate membership include (1) post-doctoral fellows with an MD or equivalent medical degree, who
reside in Canada, Mexico, or the United States, and are enrolled in
approved hematology- or- oncology related training programs; (2) trainees who have earned a PhD degree in Canada,
Mexico, or the United States and are in a post-doctoral position or a
training program in a hematology-oncology related field.
- ASH Awards
As the world's largest professional Society of hematologists, the American Society of Hematology provides many awards and programs to support hematologists in all stages of their careers and to honor those who have helped to advance the field of hematology.
- International Post-Doctoral Fellows Program
As part of its continuous effort to provide valuable opportunities to international hematologists, ASH has established the International Post-Doctoral Fellows (IPDF) Program. This program allows post-doctoral fellows to access valuable ASH resources at no charge for up to four years.
- Grants | The American Society of Hematology
This extensive list of hematology grant opportunities is being provided as a service by the ASH Trainee Council to aid trainees in their search for grant information. However, ASH does not endorse any of the information or Web links contained in this document and is not responsible for the content of external Web sites. This list is updated bi-annually by the ASH Trainee Council at their April and December meetings.
- Case Studies for Fellows
Case Studies are board-style questions with explanations and links to related articles featured in TraineE-News, an e-newsletter that is sent to hematology trainees on a quarterly basis.
- Additional Resources
Explore additional career-development resources and articles of interest for hematology fellows.
- ASH Trainee Council
The American Society of Hematology created the ASH Trainee Council as a means of increasing the involvement of hematology trainees in the administration of the Society through the solicitation of their input on issues related to training and education.