Interviews are possible at 2019 ASH meeting: The combined Hemostasis and Thrombosis Fellowship in Pediatrics and Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) is designed to provide an additional one to two years of training in coagulation disorders following completion of a fellowship in either pediatric hematology/oncology or medical hematology/oncology. The objectives of the fellowship are to provide advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of children and adults with bleeding and thrombotic disorders, including hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, platelet dysfunction, and less common clotting factor deficiencies, as well as venous and arterial thrombosis. The training is ideal for persons aspiring to a leadership role in coagulation disorders and/or directorship of a program in hemophilia or thrombosis. The fellowship is mentored by Eric Grabowski, MD, DSci, Medical Director of the MGH Comprehensive Hemophilia Treatment Center and a pediatric hematologist/oncologist, and Larissa Bornikova, MD, Associate Medical Director and a medical hematologist/oncologist. This fellowship is also supported by an outstanding faculty in pediatric and medical hematology, with rotations in laboratory coagulation, orthopedics, physiatry, and diagnostic and interventional radiology, and with opportunity for a basic laboratory experience. In addition to the Comprehensive Hemophilia Treatment Center, the MGH has full-service thrombosis and anti-coagulation teams, exemplary pediatric and adult stroke services, and is a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. If interested, please send your CV and a personal statement to Dr. Eric Grabowski at [email protected] Interviews are possible at the 2019 ASH meeting.