Fellowship

The latest news and positions openings about orthopaedic fellowships and orthopaedic fellowship programs.

Research candidates may apply for a one or two year research fellowship in the Division of Spine Surgery at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases. This research experience is for postgraduates who are considering a career in orthopaedics; for medical students or college graduates who are contemplating application to medical school. The research year can be after college, between 2nd & 3rd years, 3rd & 4th years, or post-doctoral.

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The Department of Orthopedics Surgery at the University of Missouri is proud to announce our ACGME accredited Sports Medicine Fellowship program. We are seeking one qualified applicantoutside of the match for the inaugural 2012-2013 year, and are ACTIVELY LOOKING TO INTERVIEW CANDIDATES THROUGH THE SAN FRANCISCO MATCH FOR 2013-2014.

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The University of Connecticut recently approved the establishment of a Pediatric Orthopaedic Fellowship at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford, CT.  The one-year fellowship begins in 2013 and continues the long tradition of Pediatric Orthopaedic training first initiated at Newington Children’s Hospital, one of the four seminal Pediatric Orthopaedic Centers in the nation.  

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Adult Total Joint Reconstruction FellowshipSteadman Hawkins Clinic of the CarolinasGreenville Hospital System University Medical CenterGreenville SC This one year fellowship offers a diverse experience in hip and knee reconstructive surgery. While focused upon primary and revision hip and knee arthroplasty, our fellowship also offers exposure to hip and knee joint restoration surgery. Gain exposure to computer assisted surgery and alternative hip approaches in our state of the art facilities.  

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Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Division of Orthopaedics, is looking for an exceptional individual interested in doing an adult reconstruction fellowship for the 2012-2013 academic year. This is an exciting opportunity for a highly-motivated individual looking to expand and challenge his/her knowledge of orthopaedics and to work closely with Adult Reconstruction Orthopaedic Surgery faculty, including the division chairman, in clinic, surgical arenas, and research. The fellow should have: graduated from an LCME-accredited medical school or an AOA-accredited osteopathic school; completed an ACGME-accredited orthopaedic residency; be board-eligible or certified in orthopaedic surgery; ability to obtain a permanent Illinois license; and accepted on staff at affiliated hospitals. Please note that the interested individual should have a J1 VISA, greencard, or US citizenship.  

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The Mayo Clinic Department of Orthopedic Surgery and the Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center invite senior medical students or graduates to apply for a one-year clinical research fellowship position in Orthopedic Sports Medicine.

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The Adult Reconstrucive Orthopaedic Fellowship, began in 1994 at Lenox Hill Hospital, is an ACGME-accredited orthoapedic surgery adult reconstructive fellowship. The program's position begins on August 1 and ends on July 31.

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University of South Florida Department of Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine has an open position for their Foot & Ankle Fellowship.

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The Mayo Clinic Department of Orthopaedic Surgery invites senior medical students or graduates to apply for a one-year clinical orthopedic research fellowship position in sports medicine.

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The one-year Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowship at UNC is an exciting and dynamic training program involving the treatment of complex orthopaedic problems, from trauma, total joint arthroplasty, sports medicine, hand, and foot and ankle disorders in adults and kids. There are numerous research opportunities in the acute and reconstructive surgery of the orthopaedic patient. In addition to these opportunities, fellows will be able to observe the treatment of patients with a variety of orthopaedic disorders, including primary and revision fracture repair, the treatment of non-unions, ankle replacements and fusions, complex total joint arthroplasty, foot and hand reconstructions, and bunion surgery. Furthermore, fellows will observe all aspects of orthopedic care via a clinic environment, detailed physical therapy involvement, and orthotic care.

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