Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant and Cellular Therapy Fellowship



The University of Colorado and Children’s Hospital Colorado Blood and Marrow Transplantation and Cell Therapy (BMT/CT) group have a one-year clinical pediatric subspecialty training fellowship. The Pediatric BMT/CT fellow will be provided with significant experience in all aspects of malignant and non-malignant pediatric BMT/CT including primary consultation, standard and alternative donor sources, gene therapy, graft manipulation, and manufacture and treatment with CAR-T and CTL products in our GMP facilities. Fellows will lead care for BMT/CT patients in both the inpatient unit, outpatient clinic and infusion center and have a mentored clinical research project with one of our BMT/CT physicians. Fellows will participate in weekly clinical and didactic educational meetings with the malignant, non-malignant, and immunology teams.


The CHCO Program provides FACT accredited BMT/CT care to over 100 patients a year across the western-states region for a variety of conditions including hemoglobinopathies, primary immunodeficiency and dysregulation, marrow failure, leukemia/lymphoma, and solid tumors (CNS and non-CNS). Our program has a large clinical research portfolio and supports investigator-initiated trials.

Admissions and Requirements: Applicants must have successfully completed a pediatric Heme/Onc fellowship and be able to obtain a Colorado medical license. Admissions are on a rolling basis, so please contact us at your earliest convenience. CVs are typically reviewed in mid-late summer and interviews offered to selected candidates in October and November.


Application Process: Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest and a CV to the Fellowship Director Dr. Vanessa Fabrizio and email is