Postgraduate training in Adult Hematology is a 2 year Residency Program focused on the educational objectives and goals towards becoming a Clinical Hematologist. All candidates must have completed 3 years of Core Internal Medicine training. Among the number of areas residents interact within hematology include hematology ward and consult services, medical oncology, hematological pathology, clinical laboratory, stem cell transplantation, academic practice, continuity outpatient hematology clinic, pediatric hematology, and basic research. Training will occur mainly at the University of Alberta Hospital as well as the Cross Cancer Institute.  The program consists of 2 years.