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Resources for Hematology Fellows

Excel in your fellowship program by using tools and resources available for trainees through ASH.

Excel in your fellowship program by using tools and resources available for trainees through ASH.

Associate Membership

Join ASH as an Associate member, a membership category for fellows who reside in Canada, Mexico, or the United States. View eligibility requirements, learn about member benefits, and begin the application process.

Accessing Your ASH Fundamentals for Hematology Fellows Benefits

Find out how to access your ASH Fundamentals for Hematology Fellows benefits, and get answers to frequently asked questions.

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.

Watch highlights from ASH-a-Palooza at the 60th ASH Annual Meeting.

Additional Resources

  • Grants Clearinghouse

    An extensive list of hematology grant opportunities provided as a service by the ASH Trainee Council to aid trainees in their search for grant information.

  • Hematopoiesis

    A quarterly newsletter containing short articles on topics of interest to trainees. The e-newsletter showcases the many tools provided by ASH for trainees, identifies opportunities in the field, and offers tips from trainees.

  • 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.

  • Finding a Mentor

    Having the right mentor can have a tremendous effect on your development as a hematologist. Learn how to identify a mentor and how to get the most from the mentor-mentee relationship.

  • ASH Awards

    Awards and training programs designed to support hematologists in all stages of their careers and to honor those who have helped advance the field of hematology