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Acute Care Surgery

10/12/20
Acute Care Surgery -2021 / East Carolina University/Vidant Medical Center, NC
Start: Aug 2021
clarkek@ecu.edu
The year includes intensive experience in trauma and emergency general surgery, with fellows serving as the attending on those services, as well as a special focus on trauma systems and acute care surgery leadership. The clear and simple goal of our fellowship is to train the next generation of leaders in acute care surgery.
To apply, please visit:
https://ecu.peopleadmin.com/postings/37856

Bariatric Surgery

10/14/20
Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery-Un-accredited-2021 / Tulane University, LA
Start: July 2021
knoble1@tulane.edu
The fellow’s training experience, primarily spent in general, upper GI and bariatric surgery procedures such as paraesophageal hernia repair and fundoplication, revisional foregut surgery, Heller myotomy, primary bariatric (gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, duodenal switch) and revisional procedures, inguinal hernia, complex ventral hernia, solid organ surgery, and diagnostic and therapeutic flexible endoscopy.
Interested applicants should forward a Letter of Interest, Current CV, and Letters of Recommendations.

10/14/20
Foregut Surgery-Un-accredited-2021 / West Penn Hospital, PA
Start: July 2021
Lee Hillman
Lee.Hillman2 @ ahn.org
Foregut fellowship is a one-year fellowship designed to provide advanced Foregut surgery and endoscopic training to physicians who are trained in General Surgery and have an interest in diseases of the esophagus and stomach. The fellowship program emphasizes advanced endoscopic, laparoscopic, and minimally invasive surgical techniques in the management of patients with foregut disease. The Esophageal Institute’s clinical philosophy is to provide individualized care to these patients utilizing a multi-disciplinary team approach.
Please contact for more information.

02/13/20
MIS and Bariatric Surgery-Unaccredited-2020 / Mercy Hospital, Baltimore,MD
Start: July, 2020
Dr. Kuldeep Singh
dockds@gmail.com
Fellow will also perform about 200 plus endoscopies (EGD and Colonoscopy) outside the OR. Case mix is 60% Sleeve, 20 % Bypass and rest revisions.
Please contact for more information.

Breast Surgery

None

Cardiothoracic Surgery

08/11/20
Cardiovascular Surgery Research Fellowship / Baylor College of Medicine, TX
Alicia Wang
yiqunw@bcm.edu
Funded by a T32 grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health, our program is led by principal investigator/program director Todd K. Rosengart, MD, chair of the Department of Surgery, and program co-directors, Scott A. LeMaire, MD, vice chair for research, and Barbara W. Trautner, MD, PhD, director of clinical research. The program provides salary and educational support to two (MD or PhD) trainees per year, for two years each. Postdoctoral MD and PhD trainees accepted into the program will engage in a mentored research project which will be complemented by a set of core program activities, team science training, and responsible conduct of research training.
Please email for more information.

Colon-Rectal Surgery

04/29/20
Colon &Rectal Surgery-2020  / University of Kentucky, KY
Start Date: 7/1/2020
Sara Brown, Program Coordinator
SaraBrown@uky.edu
Please contact for more info or forward: 1. Current Curriculum Vitae 2. ABSITE scores for all years of training 3. ACGME milestones data for all years of training 4. THREE letters of recommendation: ONE letter must be from your current Program Director and ONE letter must be from a Colon and Rectal Surgeon under whom you have trained 5. Personal Statement.

Endoscopy

None

Hepatobiliary & Pancreatic surgery

None

Laparoscopic | Robotic Surgery & Uncategorized

10/19/20
Robotic Surgery Research Fellowship-2021 / Good Samaritan Medical Center, MA
Start:July 2021
Dr. Kudsi
Omar.kudsi@tufts.edu
The division of Robotic General Surgery at Good Samaritan Medical Center is seeking qualified individuals to apply for a funded 2 -year research fellowship position in the Department of Surgery, under the direction of Dr. Kudsi (Chair). The research fellow will work closely with robotic surgeons, a clinical robotic fellow and a senior researcher.
Interested applicants please contact for more info or Submit a CV and statement.

09/16/20
PGY 3 or Higher Level
Advanced Laparoscopic & Robotic Foregut, Hernia and Colorectal Fellowship-2021(USA or Foreign GS Grads) / Florida Surgical Specialists, FL
Start Date: July 2021
Deadline: February 15, 2021
Scot Cranston, Chief Operating Officer
Phone: 941-216-3602
Fax: 941-216-3605
floridasurgicalspecialists@gmail.com
Website: www.floridasurgicalspecialists.com
This fellowship will include training in all facets of General Surgery with a focus in minimally invasive surgery. The fellowship will feature Laparoendoscopic Single-Site (LESS) operations, including LESS cholecystectomies and LESS/robotic anti-reflux operations. We will also have a strong focus on robotic operations with a focus on robotic inguinal hernia repairs and robotic colorectal operations. A lower frequency of multiple additional complex operations will be undertaken, including gastrectomies, esophagectomies, adrenalectomies, distal pancreatectomies and splenectomies. This will also be a true General Surgery experience.
H visa is sponsored. Please contact for more information.
To apply, visit:
http://sls.org/sls-fellowship-programs/sls-fellowship-application/

05/12/20
Robotic General Surgery  -2020  / Good Samaritan Medical Center, Tufts University, MA
Start: Sep  2020
omar.kudsi@tufts.edu
The one year robotic Surgery Fellowship provides extensive clinical training in all aspects of abdominal wall reconstruction, Colorectal, And Foregut Surgery.
If interested Need to submit CV and Personal statement.

03/12/20
Cosmetic Surgery(GS grads Americal/Canadian)-2020 / American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
Start Date: Jul 01, 2020
The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery certified Facial and General Cosmetic Surgery Fellowships offer one-year, post-residency, hands-on training. Limited slots across the US. Must have completed a surgical residency in ACGME, AOA-BOS, Royal College of Physicians/ Surgeons of Canada, or ADA program. Apply at cosmeticsurgery.org or 312-265-3735.
The online application can be found on the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery website. https://www.cosmeticsurgery.org/page/Fellowship_Main

02/04/20
Minimally Invasive Surgery-Unaccredited-2020/ Lankenau Medical Center, PA
Start:08/2020
Allison Stein Program Manager
steinal@mlhs.org
This is a one-year position and will be anchored at Lankenau Medical Center, but it includes rotations at all four acute care hospitals in the Main Line Health System. The goal of our fellowship is to enhance robotic and minimally invasive skills in the fields of general, bariatric, colorectal, and thoracic surgery. Time will also be allocated for clinical research in minimally invasive techniques and related academic pursuits.
Please contact for more information.

01/23/20
Education and Simulation Fellowship(GS)-2021 / Houston Methodist Hospital – Heart of Texas Medical Center, TX
Start Date: July, 2020
Kevin Y. Pei, MD MHSEd, FACS, Program Director
kypei@houstonmethodist.org
Durting this 1 yr term fellows will participate in the education activities of the department and institution. Fellowship experience consists of mentored education and simulation research, development of curriculum for medical students and residents and formal instruction in medical education principles. There is opportunity to pursue a Master’s in Education degree.
Please contact for more info or forward your CV.

01/13/20
General Surgery Research Fellowship( AMG or IMG Surgery Graduates) -2020  /Virginia Mason Medical Center, WA
Start Date:July 2020
Donald E Low FACS FRCS(C) FRCSI(Hon) FRCSE(Hon) FRCSEdin(Hon)
Bonnie Marston
bonnie.marston@vmmc.org
This is a one-year advanced Thoracoesophageal Research Fellowship opportunity to provide opportunities in clinical and endoscopic research focusing on upper gastrointestinal disease.
The Ryan Hill Fellowship provides a salary and benefits which are comparable to ACGME fellowships. It also provides an unparalleled opportunity for research involving thoracic and upper gastrointestinal surgery and interventional endoscopy. It also provides the opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful parts of the United States.
Please contact for more information or email your CV.

01/07/20
PGY 3 Or Higher Level
Academic Fellowship in Simulation & Education(GS or other specialities)-2020  / University of Pennsylvania, PA
Start Date:  2020
Dr. Kristoffel Dumon kristoffel.dumon@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
Fellow will have the opportunity to apply for and pursue a Masters in Medical Education from the Top 2 nationally ranked University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education while also pursuing their own educational research and initiatives. Should the applicant be accepted, the Master’s Degree will be funded by the Department of General Surgery. The intent of the fellowship is to equip the selected applicant with the knowledge, experience, and skills required for leadership positions in undergraduate and graduate medical education.Fellows routinely present at top surgical education meetings including: the Academic Surgical Congress, the American College of Surgeons Accredited Educational Institute Conference, etc.
Please include the following in a single email:Updated CV,Cover letter – illustrate your interest in the program and why simulation education is an important aspect of your career. Include specific simulation projects you would be excited to work on during the fellowship,(3) Letters of recommendation specifically for this program (one must be from your program director or equivalent).

Pediatric Surgery

10/01/20
Pediatric Surgery Clinical Research Fellowship-2021 / St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, PA
Start: July 2021
Rajeev Prasad, MD
rajeev.prasad@towerhealth.org
The area of study can be tailored to the interests of the fellow. Projects in the past have encompassed a broad array of topics from general pediatric surgery, thoracic surgery, and pediatric trauma. The research fellow participates in the senior call schedule (supported by a junior resident or PA who is also in-house) and so must have completed their PGY-3 year in General Surgery.
Please contact for more info.

09/09/20
PGY 4 or Higher
Pediatric Surgery Fellowship- Unaccredited-2021 / Stanford University, CA
Start Date: July 2021
hmonin@stanfordchildrens.org
The Division of Pediatric Surgery at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford would like to offer a non-ACGME accredited fully funded 1-2 year fellowship. This program is designed for highly motivated mid- or post-general surgery residency candidates interested in becoming successful, independent basic or clinical investigators, and future leaders in academics. The main objective for the fellowship is to graduate individuals who will advance the field of pediatric surgery.
Please forward:
A current curriculum vitae, a statement of interest, and 1 letter of recommendation from the candidate’s current program director or chair are required.

06/15/20
International Pediatric Surgery -2020   / St. Louis University, MO
Start:  7/01/2020
Jose Greenspon, MD, FACS, FAAP
jose.greenspon@health.slu.edu
This is a 2-year non-accredited clinical fellowship in Pediatric Surgery and is fully integrated into the Pediatric Surgery Training Program. The international pediatric surgery fellow functions fully in all areas that would be part of the clinical training of ACGME approved trainees. The trainee will be directly supervised by the pediatric surgical faculty. Candidates eligible for this position will be expected to have completed their general surgical training and be candidates for advanced pediatric surgical training in their native country.
Please submit a current CV a personal statement and two letters of recommendation.

Surgical Critical Care

04/29/20
Surgical Critical Care-2020  / Mayo Clinic, MN
Start Date: 7/1/2020
Dawn Steinfadt, Program Coordinator,
sccfellowship@mayo.edu
Applications must be submitted here: https://safas-sccpds . fluidreview . com/
Please contact for more info.

04/29/20
Surgical Critical Care-2020  / Elmhurst Hospital Center/ Mount Sinai, NY
Start Date: 7/1/2020
Anthony Kopatsis MD FACS
kopatsia@nychhc.org
kopatsisa@gmail.com
Please contact for more info.

04/21/20
Surgical Critical Care-2020 / Emory University/Grady Memorial Hospital, GA
Start Date: 07/01/2020
Meg Lewis, Program Coordinator,
mlewis9@emory.edu
Please contact for more information.

Transplant Surgery

None

Thoracic Surgery

10/01/20
Thoracic Surgery -2021 / Indiana University School of Medicine, IN
Start: July 2021
Lawrence Lee, MD, MBA
LLee10@iuhealth.org
Please email:Curriculum Vitae with current photograph, Personal Statement and/or Cover Letter,Letters of recommendation (3 minimum; at least one must be from Department Chair or Program Director), USMLE Step 1 and 2 scores (Step 3 if available),Medical school transcript,General surgery In-Training Exam (ABSITE) score reports and ECFMG certificate (for foreign medical school graduates).

03/20/20
Esophageal/Thoracic Surgery Fellowship-2020 /  St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center – Norton Thoracic Institute, AZ
Start Date: 07/01/2020
lori.wood@dignityhealth.org
For more info, please visit:
https://careers-dignityhealth.icims.com/jobs/96187/norton-thoracic-institute%3a-esophageal-thoracic-surgery-fellowship/job?mode=view

Vascular Surgery

09/10/20
Vascular Surgery-2020 / University of Maryland, MD
Start Date: Immediately
Sharnette Thompson,
Sharnette.Thompson@som.umaryland.edu
410-328-7399.
Interested applicants should submit:
1. A current Curriculum Vitae – listing all relevant education and experience
2. Three letters of recommendation
3. Personal statement
4. Test scores for United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Steps I & II
5. Official medical school transcript(s)
6. ABSITE test scores (all years)
7. ECFMG status report (if applicable)

06/23/20
Vascular and Endovascular Surgery-2021   /  UCSF, CA
Start:  Aug 1, 2021
Program Coordinator
Tienna Perez-Close
tienna.perez-close@ucsf.edu
Please email:
a CV, three letters of recommendation, and a personal statement .

04/21/20
Vascular Surgery-2020 / Beaumont Health, MI
Start Date: 07/01/2020
Ann.karmo@beaumont.org
The fellowship position is available July/August 2020 and is a 2 year program.
Please contact for more information or email:
Current Curriculum Vitae,Three Letters of recommendation (include letter from CURRENT Program Director).

01/29/20
Vascular Surgery-2020 / Midwest Aortic & Vascular Institute P.C.,MO
Start Date: August 1, 2020
fellowship@mavi.life
Interested applicants should submit their CV and statement.

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