The research fellowship position is ideal for post medical school students eager to improve their CV for residency match in the year 2014 with an orthopaedic focus.

Memorial Bone & Joint Research Foundation is a not-for-profit Ortho Research set-up in the West side of Houston. It is housed with an orthopaedic group practice and focuses on hip and knee replacement related research. The principal Dr Stefan Kreuzer is a highly motivated and technology driven surgeon who leads the direction of research.


The research team focuses on in-house research for publications as well as clinical research for industry sponsored studies. The fellowship affords a close view of the real world of joint replacement surgeries with the latest techniques, along with an opportunity to utilize retrospective (chart review) and prospective (clinical trials) research based paper writing, presentations and seminars. We have published articles in all respected journals in the Orthopedic arena, and work with established names to critique the paper writing as well as research design for new topics. Networking opportunities are also afforded to the research fellow. Mentoring provided by Dr. Kreuzer is the high point of this fellowship.


Requirements: The incumbent must be self-disciplined, able to work with minimal supervision, have an interest in the orthopedic field wishing to apply for an orthopedic residency after this fellowship, and have completed or about to complete medical school curriculum. Applicants should send a short write up about their interest in the fellowship along with their CV.

Nominal remuneration for the fellowship work is included.

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