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5 years 8 months ago #34226 by ShoulderMD
The Holy Cross Orthopedic Institute, in Fort Lauderdale Florida, invites applications for senior medical students MSIII-IV) to apply for their competitive annual research fellowship position. Holy Cross Orthopedic Institute is South Florida’s leading orthopedic center performing cutting-edge research in robotics, sensors, shoulder and elbow surgery, and sports medicine. The Institute is consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top hospital for orthopedic care. A goal of this all-inclusive fellowship is to immerse oneself in academic research (10-20 publications will be easily obtainable), strengthen their application for the Orthopaedic Residency Match, and gain exposure to the private-academic orthopedic surgeon career model.

The research fellow will work directly under the mentorship of Drs. Martin Roche M.D and Jonathan Levy M.D. and will function as the research coordinator for any new or ongoing projects.

The research fellow can expect to obtain proficiency in research study design and planning; IRB writing and maintenance; development of patient registries; the ability to effectively and efficiently write manuscripts and prepare academic talks; manuscript preparation and submission; exposure to cutting-edge orthopedic surgical treatment options. The research fellow can tailor their experience to their interest. We currently have upwards of 30 studies ongoing, with a prospective clinical outcomes database of over 4000 surgeries.


Application Process
Starting date is negotiable, preferable in summer 2016. Duration of the fellowship is one year.

Application Material Includes:
1) Cover letter describing yourself and your interest in the position
2) Personal CV
3) USMLE Step-1 Score Report

Applications and questions can be sent to:
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