How to Apply

Thank you for your inquiry about the Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center.

Please forward a copy of your ERAS application and all the requirements by regular mail to the below address, no later than October 12 (Academic Year) for our (Academic Year) Program.


                        Paola Wiswell

                        Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program Coordinator

                        Room X614

                        St. Joseph’s University Medical Center

                        703 Main Street

                        Paterson, NJ  07503

Please make certain to include the following with your application:

  1. Your signed photograph
  2. Current Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  3. 3 letters of recommendation (one must be from an Internal Medicine

                Program Director/Associate Program Director)

  1. Internal Medicine Board Certification status
  2. Medical School Transcripts
  3. USMLE Scores
  4. Foreign medical graduates must include a copy of ECFMG certificate.
  5. Listing of Publications/Abstracts
  6. Proposal for potential research projects if to be selected for fellowship.
  7. Visa Status

Please note that interviews will not take place for the July (Academic Year) academic year until November/December (Academic Year). I will contact you if your application is accepted for an interview in late Fall of (Academic Year).  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call me at 973-754-4360.

Preferred Applicant Qualifications/ Applications Requirement:

The program does not attract United States graduates however between internal applicants and applicants from other programs and even out of state applicants. Dr. Maroules feels he has a fairly large pool to choose from through. Dr. Maroules preference to internal candidates. The applicant pool includes physicians with impressive academic activities and prior training in their native countries.