The Cooper Bone & Joint Institute at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ is seeking a highly qualified individual for a one-year orthopaedic research fellowship position. We encourage recent medical school graduates or current 3rd/2nd year medical students interested in taking a gap year to do research, who are interested in orthopaedic surgery to apply.


This position is under the guidance of the Institute’s orthopaedic residency director and orthopaedic oncologist, Tae Won B. Kim, MD.


Creation of IRB protocols, collection and analysis of data, management of open studies and databases, & drafting and submission of manuscripts.



Have a productive year in terms of scholarly activity and increased academic knowledge. Through the fellow’s efforts and productivity, we anticipate that these activities can strengthen their application for the residency match.



Extremely motivated individual with excellent organizational and communicational skills. The individual must also be detail-oriented and have a strong academic record.


Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Dr. Kim ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with any questions or comments about the position. Please include a brief cover letter and CV with USMLE scores. We appreciate your interest in this position and look forward to hearing from you

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