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- Fellowship Surgical Education
- One Year Temporary, Lecturer I, Colon & Rectal Surgery Fellow (Las Vegas)
- Kidney Transplant Fellowship
- New ACGME Approved Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowship
- Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
- New ACGME Approved Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowship
- Surgical Innovation Research Fellowship
- Research Fellowship in Peripheral Nerve Surgery
- Categorical Surgical Resident (PGY-4)
- Arthur Tracy Cabot Fellowship
- Surgical Critical Care Fellowship PGY 6
- Advanced Thoracoesophageal Fellowship
- Surgical Critical Care/Acute Care Surgery Fellowship
- NIH T32 Research Training Position for Surgical Residents-July 2016
- Infectious Disease
- HPB Fellowship
- Burn Surgery Fellow
- Burn Fellowship
- Minimally Invasive and Advanced Bariatric Surgery Fellowship
- Categorical Surgical Resident (PGY-4)
- Clinical Research Fellow
- Lecturer I, Colon & Rectal Surgery Fellow
- American College of Surgeons Transition to Practice Junior Associate
- Prelim PGY-2 position has been filled.
- Preliminary PGY-2
- Categorical PGY 2 Positions
- Surgical House Officer
- Surgical Critical Care/Trauma Focused University of Illinois Sponsored Fellowship
- 2015 Off-Cycle and 07-01-2016 Open Positions
- Preliminary PGY 2 positions
- Sugical Critical Care Fellow
- Research Associate, General Surgery
- Burn Surgery Research Fellow
- Vascular Surgery Fellowship
- Advanced Vascular Surgery Fellowship position – 1 year
- Hand/Plast Fellow
- Surgery Fellow
- Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery (PMIS) Fellowship
- Associate Program Director
- Program Director
- Senior Program Coordinator
- Burn Fellowship
- Plastic Surgery Research Position
- Surgical Administration Fellow
- T-32 Surgical Research Fellow
- Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
- Transplant Surgery Fellowship
- Clinical Research Fellow
- Urology Fellowship – Voiding Dysfunction
- RUTGERS-RWJUH (Surgical Critical Care & Acute Care Fellowships)
- Post-Doctoral Researcher
- Abdominal Transplant Surgery Opportunities for Fellows
- PGY4 General Surgery
- PGY2-3 General Surgery
- Abdominal Transplant Fellowship
- Surgical House Officer
- SURGICAL CRITICAL CARE FELLOWSHIP
- Endovenous Intervention Fellowship
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow
- PGY 2 Surgery
- Burn Fellowship
- Pediatric Track of the Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
- Surgical Critical Care Fellow
- Parathyroid / Endocrine Surgery Fellowship
- ACS TTP (Transition To Practice) Associate
- Pancreas Cancer Research Fellow
- Fellow, Burn Unit
- Burn Surgery Fellowship
- Professor/Associate Professor of Surgical Education
- MIS/General Surgery Research Fellowship
- Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellow
- Surgery House Physician
- REVISION – NIH T32 Postdoctoral Research Training in Surgical Oncology
- Surgical House Staff Physician
- Robotic/ Minimally Invasive and Advanced General Thoracic Surgical Fellowship
- Fellowship in Body Contouring
- Advanced Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery Fellowship
- Burn Fellow
- Burn Surgery Fellow
- Non Accredited Endovenous Intervention Fellowship
- Anesthesiology-ECRIP clinical research fellowship
- Fellow Surgical Critical Care
- Endovenous Intervention Non-Accredited Fellowship
- Trauma Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
- Bariatric Fellowship
- Chief Resident in Quality and Patient Safety
Fellowship Surgical EducationWe have an immediate opening for a Surgical Education Fellow and Instructor position at the Penn Medicine Surgical Simulation Center. The Penn Simulation Center at Rittenhouse Square is a state of the art, dedicated 22,000 square foot simulation center which is accredited by the American College of Surgeons as a Level 1 Simulation Center and by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare; the most recent re-accreditation was awarded on November 2015 for 5 years. This fellowship/instructor position will be a 1 or 2 year funded position and is open to surgeons, physicians or surgeons in training with an interest in surgical education and simulation. The objective is to develop future leaders and train scholarly pursuit in surgical education. The fellowship is geared towards obtaining a Masters in Medical Education degree. The successful candidate will gain first-hand expertise with regard to simulated patient scenarios, technical skills training (including several virtual reality and animal tissue trainers) and team training. A significant component of the Fellowship is based upon academic research, within the areas of surgical education, skills assessment and outcomes analysis. There are opportunities to be involved in several ongoing research projects with mentorship.
How To ApplyA current CV, letter of interest, and two letters of reference should be directed to the attention of Kris Dumon, MD, FACS, Research Director Penn Simulation Center. Further details of the fellowship can be obtained by contacting: Kristoffel Dumon, MD, FACS, Research Director Penn Simulation Center Department of Surgery Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Tel: 215-738-0119 Email: email@example.com↑ Return to Listings
One Year Temporary, Lecturer I, Colon & Rectal Surgery Fellow (Las Vegas)Job Description This is a temporary one year fellowship position in the Department of Surgery, Colon & Rectal Division. The Fellowship is a non-accredited program involving the entire spectrum of colon & rectal surgery with an emphasis in minimal invasive and robotic surgery. The program is supported by three full-time and one part time military faculty and led by program director and Chief of Division, Dr. Ovunc Bardakcioglu. The fellow will be responsible as a junior faculty member providing patient care, teaching general surgery residents and medical students and conducting clinical research. The Colon & Rectal Surgery Fellow will assist faculty in operations, research and will be involved in the teaching of Colon & Rectal surgery to residents, general surgery residents and medical students. It is the mission of the Department of Surgery to continue a path of excellence in clinical practice, education, and research. With over 60 full-time and clinical faculty spanning 10 divisions, our surgeons provide a variety of clinical services to the Las Vegas community which in turn generates a wealth of clinical experience. Positions funded by Federal contracts may be subject to the E-Verify process for employment eligibility verification. Required Qualifications M.D. degree with successful completion of an ACGME accredited program in general surgery prior to employment commencing. Must be board eligible in General Surgery. Candidates must be eligible for an unrestricted Nevada medical license, malpractice insurance and must be able to be successfully credentialed by Southern Nevada teaching hospitals and/or clinics.
How To Applyhttps://www.unrsearch.com/postings/18557↑ Return to Listings
Kidney Transplant FellowshipOrgan Transplant Program at Swedish Medical Center is looking for candidates for its 2-year, ASTS approved fellowship in kidney transplantation starting August 2016. In addition to kidney, the fellowship will include liver and pancreas transplantation as well as hepatobiliary surgery. Annually, between kidney, liver and pancreas, the Swedish Organ Transplant Program performs over 130 transplantations and over 50 hepatobiliary procedures. Transplant-focused research, both clinical and basic science, is encouraged with faculty support. Interested applicants should be board eligible or board certified in General Surgery and hold or be eligible to obtain a full State of Washington medical license.
How To ApplyTo apply send CV and Cover Letter to: Matthew Brown Program Coordinator Phone: (206) 215-4253 Email: GMETransplantFellowship@swedish.org On behalf of: Andrew E. Precht, MD Fellowship Program Director Director, Liver and Pancreas Transplant Programs Swedish Medical Center 1101 Madison St, Suite 200 Seattle, WA 98104↑ Return to Listings
New ACGME Approved Complex General Surgical Oncology FellowshipPlease note that this position is filled and we are not accepting any further applications.
How To ApplyPlease note that this position is filled and we are not accepting any further applications.↑ Return to Listings
Surgical Critical Care FellowshipThe Albany Medical College Surgical Critical Care Fellowship is accepting applications for July 2016-2017 position. The 12-month training program offers extensive educational opportunities in a busy Surgical ICU at Albany Medical Center (AMC). AMC, the only tertiary medical center and Level I trauma center in northeastern New York, serves a catchment population of 3 million people. Our program is accredited by the ACGME and approved by the Residency Review Committee (RRC) for Surgery. Please visit http://www.amc.edu/Academic/GME/programs/SurgicalCriticalCare/index.cfm For more information. Program, Director: Dr. Daniel Bonville, DO, FACS
How To ApplyThose interested please send information to the following address: Melissa Cramer Fellowship Coordinator Albany Medical College Department of Surgery/ MC-61 47 New Scotland Ave Albany, NY 12208-3479 Cramerm1@mail.amc.edu 518-262-4880↑ Return to Listings
New ACGME Approved Complex General Surgical Oncology FellowshipRutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey are pleased to announce that we recently received notice of our Accreditation by the ACGME of our Complex General Surgical Oncology Training Program. This is a two year program with opportunities for clinical training in the care of the full gamut of Complex General Surgical Oncology patients and research opportunities in clinical, translational, bench top, and population based research. Because we just received out formal approval notice from the ACGME, we were not able to participate in this year’s NRMP match program. We have a position available and are seeking a Fellow to start on July 1, 2016. This two year position will lead to board eligibility for subspecialty certification in Complex General Surgical Oncology. The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey is a National Cancer Institute designated Comprehensive Cancer Center that sees more than 8000 new patients per year and services over 100,000 patient visits annually. The Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowship is housed within the Division of Surgical Oncology at the Cancer Center and is part of the Department of Surgery at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. The Sections of Gastrointestinal Cancer Surgery, Breast Surgery, and Melanoma Surgery perform more than 1200 cancer operations annually, and there are ample opportunities for surgical rotations in Head and Neck Surgery, Thoracic Oncology and Gynecologic Oncology, as well as in non-surgical specialties that relate to the care of cancer patients. There are also required and elective research rotations, with opportunities to participate in clinical, translational, bench top, and population based research.
How To ApplyInterested prospective Fellows should apply by email to Ms. Kimberly Finney, Program Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include an up-to-date CV, all available ABSITE scores, and telephone and email contact information. Letters of Recommendation will be requested on short notice from desirable candidates. You may also include a brief cover letter expressing the reasons for your interest in this position. You may also contact Ms. Finney directly for further information, 732-235-7701.↑ Return to Listings
Surgical Innovation Research FellowshipThe Surgical Innovation Research Fellowship under the mentorship of Dr. Yolonda Colson in the Division of Thoracic Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston is currently seeking surgical residents for a funded 1 or 2 year position. This is a robust fellowship that offers fellows the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of cutting edge research from basic science and translational research to clinical trials which will impact the practice of surgery. Current projects include participating in the design and in vivo testing of novel new equipment, near infrared image guided surgery, drug eluting biopolymer meshes, nanoparticle drug delivery, and elucidating the molecular mechanisms behind local drug delivery platforms. Fellows meet regularly for joint lab meetings with engineers, chemists, and surgeons and are mentored through the processes of grant writing, presentations and manuscript presentation. Prior fellows have been very successful with receipt of national research awards and grants as well as multiple publications and local and national presentations. Interested candidates should be highly motivated surgical residents that have completed two years of surgical training.
How To ApplyIf interested please email a letter of interest and an updated CV to email@example.com. Candidates may be asked to provide letters of reference and to arrange for a call or in-person interview with Dr. Yolonda Colson↑ Return to Listings
Research Fellowship in Peripheral Nerve SurgeryThe Department of Plastic Surgery at Vanderbilt University is seeking a research fellow for the 2016-17 academic year. Wesley Thayer, MD, PhD. directs a robust effort within the plastic surgery lab aimed at modulating and minimizing degeneration in injured peripheral nerves. Our lab is optimizing nerve fusion conditions in a rat sciatic nerve model. To date our work has been nationally recognized in surgical as well as engineering fields and is rapidly approaching the stage of translation into humans under the circumstance of significant nerve damage. This position is ideal for surgical residents interested in plastic surgery. Applicants should have a research background, ideally with animal research.
How To ApplyQualified applicants should have completed medical school and have at least 2 years of surgical residency training. Please send us a letter stating your career goals and how this position would help achieve those goals, a current CV, and a letter of recommendation.↑ Return to Listings
Categorical Surgical Resident (PGY-4)The General Surgery Residency Program at Emory University has an available position for a Categorical PGY-4 to start on July 1, 2016. Qualified applicants must have successfully completed three years of surgical residency from an ACGME-accredited training program by June 30, 2016. Training must have taken place in no more than two such programs. Interested applicants should submit the following documents: • Current Curriculum Vitae • Personal Statement • Medical School Transcript / Dean’s Letter • Medical School Diploma • USMLE Scores (Steps 1, 2 and 3) • ABSITE Reports • Defined Category and Resident Operative Report by Year • Annual Competency-based Summative Evaluation for all years of training • ACGME Milestones Report for 2014-2015 • List of Completed Rotations for All Years of Training • ACLS/BLS, ATLS, FLS and FES (if available) certificates • 3 letters of recommendation, to include letter from Program Director and/or Chair • Current US citizenship, Green Cards or J-1 Visa status only
How To ApplyQualified applicants should send the required documents, in PDF format, by email only. No phone calls please!↑ Return to Listings
Arthur Tracy Cabot FellowshipThe Center for Surgery and Public Health (CSPH)’s Arthur Tracy Cabot Fellowship is one of the only programs in the country designed to provide surgical residents with the resources to develop their health services research skills while pursuing an MPH at the Harvard School of Public Health. Under the mentorship of BWH surgeons, fellows work full time on innovative health services/outcomes projects in research areas that include comparative effectiveness, patient-centered outcomes, disparities, regional variation, decision analysis, systems innovation, cost effectiveness, hospital quality, and access. Fellows will also draw on a wealth of research and education activities of the Center for Surgery and Public Health: CSPH Works-In-Progress Conference (weekly): an opportunity for residents to present and discuss their specific projects and receive feedback from colleagues and Faculty in all three focus areas of the CSPH - Global Surgery, Surgical Education, and Health Services Research. A longitudinal research experience mentored by CSPH Faculty affiliated with the BWH Department of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, and the Harvard School of Public Health, including mentorship through the final residency year to support career planning. Career mentoring, including "Life in the FAST lane” (Future of Academic Surgery Training) meetings, to assure appropriate growth in clinical medicine as well as preparation for academic careers in health disparities, global surgical research, healthcare delivery system design. Fellowship awards are granted to top ranked applicants with proposals that are directly relevant to the CSPH’s research agenda around improving surgical quality, safety, delivery, access, and outcomes at a population level. A panel of CSPH faculty members rigorously evaluates each candidate, their proposed faculty mentor - to be confirmed at time of application - and the nature and feasibility of the proposed project. Award Distribution The CSPH receives between 15-20 applications each year from candidates based around the world. Award totals will be determined by the Cabot Selection Committee; in most cases not to exceed $40,000 distributed over two years. Full salary coverage may be considered for an exceptional candidate. *Funding in year two will be based on satisfactory research progress and CSPH leadership and mentor recommendations. Cabot awards may be used for salary support. If full salary coverage is secured at the required NRSA stipend levels, the Cabot award may be applied to tuition costs or for direct-cost research expenditures. Other External Funding In many cases, achievements seeded by the Cabot fellowship will aid Fellows in securing other highly competitive federal training grants to supplement their Cabot funding. Fellows are required to seek additional external funding through foundations such as the Association for Academic Surgery, the Society of University Surgeons, and the American College of Surgeons as well as through government agencies such as the National Institutes of Health. Any additional funding awarded to Fellows must be managed through the Center. Benefits Fellowship benefits and policies are dictated by BWH’s Office for Research Careers, detailed on their website. NIH NRSA postdoctoral fellowship stipend levels apply to all individuals receiving support through CSPH. Current stipend levels can be found on the NIH website. Fellowship Structure The Cabot fellowship begins at the start of the academic year (July 1st) and lasts two years, with renewal of funding in year two contingent upon satisfactory progress in year one. Fellows divide their time between CSPH projects and research course work as decided upon with their mentor. Fellows work full-time on innovative health services/outcomes projects in research areas including comparative effectiveness, patient-centered outcomes, disparities, regional variation, decision analysis, systems innovation, cost effectiveness, hospital quality, and access. Previous fellows have attended Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard Medical School, Harvard Business School, and Harvard Kennedy School, as appropriate to their educational goals. Requirements All applicants must have either a MD or PhD. Preference will be given to candidates who are surgical residents or have completed a doctoral program in biostatistics. Each fellow is paired with a BWH surgeon as their primary mentor and is required to complete at least one research project of sufficient quality for publication. Cabot fellows are instrumental to the research achievements of their faculty mentors, and in many cases, findings from the studies supported by our Cabot fellows will inform and evaluate healthcare practice and policy changes leading to improved patient care. Cabot fellows are required to attend weekly Works-in-Progress (WIP) sessions, and are encouraged to attend research and didactic seminars and BWH Grand Rounds. Fellows participate in weekly team meetings with a multidisciplinary staff and are expected to attend other CSPH events as announced. Mid- and/or year-end progress reports or presentations are required, as defined in terms of the award. Please click here for a complete overview of fellowship terms and conditions. Degrees Fellows are encouraged to pursue a Master of Science or Master of Public Health degree during their tenure. Fellows are also encouraged to apply to the HSPH Summer Program in Clinical Effectiveness (PCE) to begin at the start of their fellowship if appropriate, required for those planning to pursue their MPH with a concentration in Clinical Effectiveness. Summer programs in Global Health Delivery at Harvard University and Public Health Studies at HSPH are also available to fellows. Fellows who do not wish to pursue degrees are encouraged to enroll in selected courses as appropriate to supplement their research experience. Fellows may attend seminars, colloquia, and other regularly scheduled research activities.
How To ApplyThe following items are considered in the application process: The Cabot Fellowship Application Cover Sheet (available on CSPH website) Current CV Official Medical School Transcript Proposal (template available on CSPH website) (Four pages maximum – should include personal statement outlining short- and long-term career goals (approximately 1 page), proposed research project (approximately 2 pages) and educational plan including mentorship and educational activities (approximately 1 page). Two Letters of Recommendation (one from residency director or chairman) Note: All letters of recommendation should be sent under a separate cover directly to the CSPH from the person providing the recommendation. Please have these individuals submit their letters electronically to the email addresses below. Two additional names that we may contact for references via phone and email Letter of Commitment from an identified CSPH Faculty Mentor (should detail your project plan and anticipate the use of funds if the fellowship is awarded) Application Submission: We strongly encourage electronic submissions. Please send application materials to Project Manager Jessica Appelson, firstname.lastname@example.org. Important Dates and Deadlines All applications must be received by midnight on November 2nd, 2015 Recipients will be notified Monday, December 7th, 2015 Selected fellows will remain in residence for a two-year appointment, from July 1st, 2016 through June 30th, 2018.↑ Return to Listings
Surgical Critical Care Fellowship PGY 6The Surgical Critical Care Fellowship at Georgia Regents University's Medical College of Georgia has two positions available for the 2016-2017 academic year, the Fellowship is an ACGME accredited 12 month program accepting applicants at the PGY6 level or higher. Georgia Regents Medical Center (GRMC) is one of the four state-designated level 1 Trauma centers in the state of Georgia and is regional tertiary care center for the Central Savannah River Area servicing countries in both Georgia and South Carolina. Fellows will participate in the care of critically ill patients across six separate ICUs (Trauma, Surgical, Cardiothoracic, Neurological, Pediatric and Burn) during their in addition, we offer elective rotation and chances to participate in research.
How To ApplyInterested applicants should provide curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation. ABSITE scores, personal statement, and recent photo.↑ Return to Listings
Advanced Thoracoesophageal FellowshipVirginia Mason Medical Center, a multi-specialty academic training center in Seattle, WA, is offering a one-year esophageal surgery research fellowship, combined with an interventional endoscopy fellowship, in the coming academic year beginning July 2016. Physicians who have completed a formal surgical residency in the United States, as approved by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) before the application deadline, are eligible. International applications are also eligible, with candidate acceptance dependent in part on level of training and visa eligibility. Fellowship Director, Donald E. Low, MD, FACS, FRCS(c), FRCSI (Hon.), is Head of Thoracic Surgery and Thoracic Oncology at Virginia Mason Medical Center. In addition to Dr. Low, fellowship faculty consists of multiple providers on the Digestive Disease Institute care team who are a part of the Esophageal Center of Excellence and have extensive expertise in the treatment and research of digestive disease. This fully-funded fellowship is under the auspices of the Ryan Hill Research Foundation and provides the opportunity to take part in clinical esophageal research, work in an academic setting with a high-volume esophageal surgery practice, and be involved in the most up-to-date interventional upper gastrointestinal endoscopic techniques. There is an emphasis on clinical research, including database design and analysis, as well as the potential for hands-on application of new endoscopic techniques in the clinical and laboratory setting. There is the opportunity for funded travel to select meetings.
How To ApplyPlease send a copy of your CV and a Statement of Intent to: Bonnie Marston, Executive Assistant to Donald E. Low, MD, FACS, FRCS(c) Fellowship Director, Ryan Hill Research Foundation Virginia Mason Medical Center 1100 Ninth Ave. Seattle, WA 98111 (206) 223-6164 Ryan Hill Research Fellowship Website↑ Return to Listings
Surgical Critical Care/Acute Care Surgery FellowshipSince 1997, the Surgical Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery fellowships at Orlando Regional Medical Center have prepared many surgeons to both effectively manage critically ill and injured patients and excel as director of their intensive care unit (ICU) or trauma center. The open position can either be the full 2 year ACS fellowship or a SCC fellowship year with the option to complete the additional year in acute care surgery determined later. The prerequisites for acceptance to the program include: completion of an ACGME-accredited graduate educational program in the disciplines of general surgery, neurosurgery, urology or obstetrics/gynecology OR completion of at least 3 clinical years in such a program with a categorical PGY 4 residency position to return to upon completion of the surgical critical care program. Please note that residents in preliminary positions do not meet these requirements. The Surgical Critical Care fellowship is a one-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship program that focuses not only on state-of-the-art patient care, but also on ICU administration, academic development, clinical research, evidence-based medicine guideline development, and quality improvement processes. Fellows are also actively involved in teaching general surgery and emergency medicine residents as well as medical students from Florida State University and the University of Central Florida. The Acute Care Surgery fellowship is a two-year, AAST-accredited fellowship program that allows those interested in acute care surgery and trauma center administration to further develop their surgical and administrative skills in a superb clinical setting. In addition to staffing the acute care surgery and trauma services, fellows also rotate on the hepatobiliary, vascular, neurosurgery, orthopedic, and burn services among others. This provides the Acute Care Surgery fellows with an excellent clinical experience to compliment the valuable administrative skills they develop during the fellowship. Highlights of the fellowship programs: • Well-established fellowship programs • 1075-bed tertiary referral center • 72-bed intensive care unit • Level I trauma center / regional burn unit • 4,300 trauma admissions per year • 5,000+ surgical procedures per year • 3,000+ ICU admissions per year • General surgery residency program • State-of-the-art monitoring & ventilators • Experienced nursing and respiratory staff • Active clinical research program • Web-based learning resources • Electronic medical record / PACS system • Competitive salary / benefits • Low cost of living, abundant recreational and cultural activities
How To Apply***Applicants must have completion of an ACGME-accredited graduate educational program. Interested applicants may apply by sending the following documents to SurgeryResidency@orlandohealth.com: current CV, personal statement, USMLE scores (Steps 1-3), ABSITE scores for each completed PGY year, medical school transcript, medical school diploma, ECFMG certificate, a minimum of 3 letters of recommendation with one from Program Director, and a small photo. We do not accept/sponsor visas.↑ Return to Listings
NIH T32 Research Training Position for Surgical Residents-July 2016NIH T32 Postdoctoral Research Training in Biotherapy of Cancer: This training grant is an award from the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to the Division of Surgical Oncology at the University of Pittsburgh to provide eligible candidates with state-of-the-art basic research training in the biological therapy of cancer. The training period is for two years. There are five areas of focused research interests: immunotherapy, cytokine therapy, gene therapy, targeted molecular therapy, and genomics/proteomics in cancer therapy. The Program goals include: -broad exposure to aspects of cancer biology and biotherapy of cancer -integration of biological therapy into scientific inquiry and the clinical treatment of cancers -learning and applying fundamental principles of scientific inquiry -under close mentorship, successful completion of one or more basic research projects Eligibility: Candidates must have a MD or MD/PhD, be a categorical surgical resident or a surgical oncology fellow, have a strong interest in cancer research and a desire for an academic career in surgical oncology. Candidates need to possess integrity, perseverance, good communication skills, self-motivation, and strong recommendations. As stipulated by the granting agency, Candidate must be a US citizen or a US permanent resident.
How To ApplyIf you are interested in this position please email a one page description of research interest and long-term goals, current CV, and two letters of recommendation (one of which should be from your Program Director indicating your ability to participate in this program for two years) to Susan Schoonover, Research Manager, email@example.com . Selected candidates will be required to sign a two year contract. The University of Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, and we both welcome and encourage women, minorities, disadvantaged and disabled applicants to apply.↑ Return to Listings
Infectious DiseaseUnexpected first year (PGY-4) ID fellowship opening. Fellow would start July 2016. Program is clinically strong with opportunities to participate in Quality Improvement Initiatives,Antimicrobial Stewardship and clinical research.
How To ApplyApply to: Alan Salkind, MD Professor of Medicine University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine 2310 Holmes Street Kansas City, MO 64108 816-218-2549 firstname.lastname@example.org↑ Return to Listings
HPB FellowshipThe Department of Hepatopancreatobiliary (HPB) Surgery at St. John Providence Hospital is currently seeking HPB fellowship applicants for our 1-year training program in HPB surgery beginning in July 1, 2016. Our program is a high-volume HPB center for both benign and malignant HPB diseases. Our fellowship offers extensive experience in both open and minimally invasive (both laparoscopic and robotic) hepatobiliary and pancreas surgery. Fellows are involved in all aspects of patient care including preoperative, operative and postoperative care. The trainee will be expected to take part in clinical and basic research. Candidates interested in our program should send their CV to Dr. Michael Jacobs, MD, FACS, FICS Director of HPB surgery program. Current board certification (or eligiblity for board certification) in general surgery is preferred. Eligibility to obtain Michigan Medical Board licensure is required. We only sponsor J1 Visa.
How To ApplyApplication: Applicants must have completed an ACGME approved residency in general surgery by June 2016. Please submit your CV, personal statement, and 3 letters of recommendation to Lauri Bolo at email@example.com Application deadline: December 31, 2015↑ Return to Listings
Burn Surgery FellowNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College Department of Surgery Burn Surgery Fellowship Program The Department of Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical College is currently seeking two Burn Surgery fellows for the 2016-2017 academic year. This is an excellent opportunity to join the Burn, Critical Care, and Trauma Surgery team at Weill Cornell. For three decades, the nationally acclaimed William Randolph Hearst Burn Center has been setting the standard for excellence in burn care. With an average of more than 1,000 inpatients and 4,000 outpatients per year – about four times the average burn unit – the Burn Center is known not only for providing the highest level of medical care, but also as being one of the most compassionate centers in the world. The Burn Center team is comprised of more than 180 staff members from multiple disciplines, many of whom have decades of service to the Center. These include physicians, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, social workers, nutritionists, psychiatrists, chaplains, aides and volunteers who are well-equipped to handle the physical and emotional challenges of caring for victims of burn injury, survivors and their loved ones. Since its founding in 1976, the Burn Center has had a close and unique relationship with the New York City Fire Department and works closely with the New York Firefighters Burn Center Foundation, which has continuously supported the development of the program to educate the public on fire hazards and prevention. In addition the center has established an extensive community outreach program.
How To ApplyThe Fellows will be responsible for the surgical critical care of all burn injured patients, supervising medical students and residents, education, and participation in clinical research protocols. Candidates should have completed a minimum of three years of general surgery residency. A New York State medical license is required upon acceptance of position. If applicable, only J-1 visas are considered. Salary and benefits are competitive. To apply or for more information, please contact Vanessa Acevedo at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212-746-5410 or Aleks Karnick at email@example.com or at 212-746-5380. You may submit a copy of your most recent CV, (at least) one letter of recommendation, and a personal statement with your application.↑ Return to Listings
Burn Fellowship12-month fellowship in burn surgery and complex wound healing management beginning 7/1/2016 at a level 1 trauma center. An ideal experience with a large diverse plastic surgical group and a fully accredited Burn Center serving a cachement area of 3 million people in the suburban New York City area. Complete experience in acute burn and critical care patient management as well as burn and complex wound reconstruction. The fellow interacts with a residency training program in plastic and reconstructive surgery. A minimum of three years of general surgical residency, critical care experience, and a New York State medical license are prerequisites for the position.
How To ApplyPlease contact program coordinator Jeanne Watson by phone or email (at (516)535-6744, firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information. ↑ Return to Listings
Minimally Invasive and Advanced Bariatric Surgery FellowshipThe Minimally Invasive and Advanced Bariatric Surgery Fellowship is a one year program designed to provide a graduating chief resident in surgery an additional year of extensive surgical training. This fellowship opportunity is for candidates who have completed a surgery residency in the United States or Canada and are eligible of an unrestricted Pennsylvania Medical License. More information is available at https://fellowshipcouncil.org/about/. An opening is available for a position starting November 1, 2015.
How To ApplyPlease send a cover letter, CV, and three letters of reference to: Nicole Fulginiti (email@example.com). You may fax to 570-271-5785. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.↑ Return to Listings
Categorical Surgical Resident (PGY-4)The University of Hawaii has an available position for a Categorical Surgical Resident (PGY-4) to start on July 1, 2016. Qualified applicants must have completed three years of residency from an ACGME-accredited program by June 30, 2016. Training must have taken place in no more than two such programs. Applicants must be in an ACGME-accredited training program at present. Interested applicants, please submit the following documents: 1. Recent Curriculum Vitae 2. Personal Statement 3. Medical School Transcript 4. Medical School Diploma 5. USMLE Step Scores (I, II, III) 6. ABSITE score reports 7. Defined Category and Resident Operative Report by Year from the ACGME Case log system 8. (3) Letters of recommendation including one from current Chair or Program Director 9. Annual competency-based Summative Evaluation(s) from Program(s) for all years of training 10. ACGME Milestones Reports for 2014-15. 11. List of completed rotations (all years of training) 12. BLS, ACLS, PALS, ATLS and FLS certificates (FLS, FES if available) 13. Current US citizenship, Valid Green Card, or J-1 Visa status
How To ApplyQualified applicants should E-MAIL ONLY the required documentation noted above to firstname.lastname@example.org No phone calls please ↑ Return to Listings
Clinical Research FellowThis is a fully NIH funded clinical research fellowship for a candidate who has completed a minimum of two years of general surgery residency. This NIH funded work will focus on exciting research in stem cells, growth factors, genomics, and informatics as it relates to limb salvage and other advances for complicated wounds. The fellow will also be trained in the development and coordination of multi-center clinical trials.
How To ApplyPlease have all interested applicants send Curriculum Vitae to Julie DiGregorio, CCRP; Research Program Manager in the Division of Wound Healing & Regenerative Medicine.↑ Return to Listings
Lecturer I, Colon & Rectal Surgery FellowThis is a temporary one year fellowship position in the Department of Surgery, Colon & Rectal Division. The Fellowship is a non-accredited program involving the entire spectrum of colon & rectal surgery with an emphasis in minimal invasive and robotic surgery. The program is supported by three full-time and one part time military faculty and led by program director and Chief of Division, Dr. Ovunc Bardakcioglu. The fellow will be responsible as a junior faculty member providing patient care, teaching general surgery residents and medical students and conducting clinical research. The Colon & Rectal Surgery Fellow will assist faculty in operations, research and will be involved in the teaching of Colon & Rectal surgery to residents, general surgery residents and medical students. It is the mission of the Department of Surgery to continue a path of excellence in clinical practice, education, and research. With over 60 full-time and clinical faculty spanning 10 divisions, our surgeons provide a variety of clinical services to the Las Vegas community which in turn generates a wealth of clinical experience. Positions funded by Federal contracts may be subject to the E-Verify process for employment eligibility verification. Required Qualifications M.D. degree with successful completion of an ACGME accredited program in general surgery prior to employment commencing. Must be board eligible in General Surgery. Candidates must be eligible for an unrestricted Nevada medical license, malpractice insurance and must be able to be successfully credentialed by Southern Nevada teaching hospitals and/or clinics.
How To Apply- https://www.unrsearch.com/postings/18879↑ Return to Listings
American College of Surgeons Transition to Practice Junior AssociateThe Department of General Surgery at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA has an opening for a one year American College of Surgeons Transition to Practice Junior Associate position available starting August 1, 2016. This is an American College of Surgeons sponsored position designed for young surgeons leaving residency and entering into the practice of general surgery. This one year position is a transitional year to gain autonomy. The goals of the year will be to obtain enhanced autonomous experience in broad-based general surgery, increase competence and confidence in clinical matters, gain exposure to aspects of practice management, experience mentoring with notable practicing surgeons, and participate in experiential learning to individual needs. The course of the year will be tailored to the needs of the individual associate but will incorporate practice at both the main hospital as well as community practice sites in the regional area. There will be approximately four to six months spent at the tertiary care hospital (main site) and 6 to 8 months spent at community hospital sites.
How To ApplyIf you feel you are an ideal candidate for this position, we are actively recruiting a Junior Associate for August 1, 2016. Interested and qualified applicants must submit the following documents: current curriculum vitae, personal statement, three letters of recommendation, and ABSITE scores for all years of training. Applicants MUST have completed a five year surgery residency and MUST be Board eligible. Incomplete packets will not be considered. Application packets may be submitted by mail or email to: Mohsen Shabahang, MD TTP Program Director Geisinger Medical Center, General Surgery 100 N. Academy Ave. Danville, PA 17822-2169 email@example.com↑ Return to Listings
Prelim PGY-2 position has been filled.The preliminary PGY-2 position at Nassau University Medical Center has been filled. Thank you all for your interest in our program.
How To ApplyApplications are no longer being accepted.↑ Return to Listings
Preliminary PGY-2The Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, New York has an immediate opening for a preliminary PGY-2 resident. All applicants must have completed a PGY-1 year in General Surgery in good standing at an ACGME-accredited residency program. Qualified candidates should submit their application electronically via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The application must include the following: Current CV Medical School Diploma Medical School Transcript MSPE (Dean's letter) 3 Letters of Recommendation - 1 from PGY-1 year Program Director USMLE Transcript (First attempt passing on both exams is required) PGY-1 ABSITE Score Personal Statement ECFMG Certificate (if applicable) Proof of US citizenship, permanent resident or J-1 visa required Candidates will be contacted once a complete application has been received. Please, no phone calls or faxes. Thank you.
How To ApplyApply directly to Dr. Elizabeth Cirincione, Program Director, via e-mail only to email@example.com↑ Return to Listings
Categorical PGY 2 PositionsThe Florida State University College of Medicine General Surgery Residency Program at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare has two PGY 2 categorical positions to fill for a start date of 7/1/2016. Interested candidates should forward the following information by email. Minimum requirements: USMLE scores Step 1 and 2 of 200 or higher, completion of USMLE Step 3 prior to the start date, ABSITE Scores 50 percentile or higher, must be actively training in an ACGME accredited general surgery residency program, must have completed PGY 1 general surgery residency training prior to the start date, a summative competency-based performance evaluation completed by your program director prior to the start date, a milestone report from your current training program prior to the start date, three letters of recommendation, curriculum vitae, personal statement, medical school diploma and transcripts, Medical school Dean’s letter, photo, ECFMG certificate (if applicable), and proof of citizenship. Candidates selected for an interview will be contacted when all application materials are received.
How To ApplyQualified Candidates should submit documents in one consolidated PDF file, along with their contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only complete applications will be considered. ***No phone calls please*** Completed applications must be received by November 15, 2015.↑ Return to Listings
Surgical House OfficerThe Department of Surgery at Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital has a Surgical House Officer position available. Candidates must meet the following requirements to apply for this position. Minimum requirements/qualifications 1. Must be currently Licensed in the State of New York 2. Must have 2 years of General Surgery experience 3. Current CV 4. USMLE Step I, ll & lll 5. Three (3) Letters of Recommendation 6. Letter of Recommendation from Chairman and Program Director
How To ApplyHow to Apply: Please forward the required information to the following: Madhu Rangraj, MD Director, Department of Surgery Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital,16 Guion Place New Rochelle, NY 10802 or email to email@example.com ↑ Return to Listings
Surgical Critical Care/Trauma Focused University of Illinois Sponsored FellowshipAdvocate llinois Masonic Medical Center Chicago, IL University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago Urban Level I Trauma Center in Chicago with an active Surgical Critical Care Service providing consults on all SICU admissions. Interdisciplinary format with full surgical resident support. One year ACGME Approved Surgical Critical Care/Trauma Focused University of Illinois Sponsored Fellowship. Applicants: Candidates who have completed residencies in general surgery Start Date: July 1, of each year will move to August 1st when new fellowship start date changes. Advocate Illinois Masonic is an urban Level I trauma center with 280 beds providing trauma coverage to the northern third of Chicago. Approximately 22% of the admissions are secondary to penetrating trauma. The SICU is a mixed 12 bed unit seeing over 750 admissions annually housing patients from the Trauma Service, Neurosurgery, General Surgery, Cardio thoracic Surgery, Vascular Surgery, ENT/, Plastics, Urology, and Obstetrics-Gynecology services with an adjacent 8 bed intermediate care unit. Your educational experience is under two experienced full time and one part-time board certified surgical intensivists. A very hands on approach to surgical critical care is emphasized as one progresses through the comprehensive surgical critical care curriculum. Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center is part of Advocate Healthcare an integrated healthcare delivery system and offers a competitive salary and benefits package. You have an exceptional opportunity to acquire intense hands-on trauma and critical care experience in an urban setting. We prefer candidates who will be completing an ACGME certified residency in general or cardiothoracic surgery. However, mid-level candidates with a minimum of 3 years in an ACGME certified residency program may apply, provided they have guaranteed 4th and 5th year positions. We look forward to providing interested applicants with additional information. Richard J. Fantus, MD, FACS Director, Trauma Services Chief, Section of Surgical Critical Care Clinical Professor of Surgery University of Illinois College of Medicine
How To ApplyHow to apply It is anticipated that STARTING SPRING OF 2015 there will be a new on-line application at www.sccpds.org UNTIL THAT TIME or IF THERE ARE ANY ISSUES......... please continue with the process below. We look forward to hearing from you. Interested applicants should first call the Program Coordinator, Ms. Eloisa Buenaventura at 773-296-7465 or e-mail the program coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org and then mail or email with attachments the following: 1. Curriculum vitae and a brief personal statement 2. Three letters of recommendation (at least one letter from current or former Program Director or Chairman) Location 836 West Wellington Avenue Chicago, IL 60657 ↑ Return to Listings
2015 Off-Cycle and 07-01-2016 Open PositionsMichigan State University / Michigan Vascular Center Vascular Fellowship Program in Flint, MI is now accepting Fellow applications to fill an open off-cycle PGY6 position beginning 2015 and an open PGY6 position beginning 07-01-2016. This is a 2-year ACGME accredited (5+2) vascular surgery training program. This is a community-based program covering all aspects of vascular medicine, vascular and endovascular surgery. Michigan Vascular Center (MVC), celebrated its 50th in 2013 and is one of the oldest private-practice vascular groups in the United States, having started in 1963. The distinguishing characteristics of MVC are innovation, research, efficiency and a broad exposure to a wide range of vascular pathology and coordination of patient-centered care to improve outcomes. Fellows participate in operative cases at three Flint area hospitals. Additional training is provided with open vascular skills and endovascular simulator training. In addition, Fellows have extensive exposure to the organizational infrastructure required to run a private practice vascular service. Private practice rotations include an office clinic, a free-standing VeinSolutions™ office, a free-standing angio access & diagnostic center; a Research Department, Non-invasive vascular labs at all locations, and a Mobility Center dedicated to the rehabilitation of the amputee. Visit our website at: http://www.MichiganVascularCenter.com REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have completed a 5-year General Surgery Residency training program approved by the ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) or the RCPSC (Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada). REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Completed application (call 810-600-2024) or download from website Current Curriculum vitae Three reference letters from physicians currently acquainted with applicant Copy of scores for each examination taken Medical school diploma and translation if not in English International medical graduates must provide ECFMG certificate
How To ApplyContact Program Coordinator Joan M. Brown Michigan Vascular Center (810) 600-2024 (810) 732-8559 Fax joanb@MichiganVascular.com 5020 W. Bristol Road Flint, MI 48507↑ Return to Listings
Preliminary PGY 2 positionsThe Department of Surgery, at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, at Brooklyn has preliminary PGY 2 positions to be filled immediately. Interested candidates must submit the following via e-mail only: Minimum requirements/qualifications • Summative Competency-Based Performance Evaluation completed by Program Director • Milestone Evaluations • ERAS Application • USMLE Scores • Curriculum Vitae • ABSITE Score(s)- if available • Operative Case Log Report • A List of all rotations completed for PGY 1 • Current Evaluations • Letters of Recommendations (3) • Medical School Diploma • ECFMG Certificate ( If applicable) • Transcript • Deans Letter • Proof of US citizenship or residency status Candidates selected for an interview will be contacted when all application materials are received.
How To ApplyQualified applicants should submit documents with their contact information via email to: email@example.com **No phone calls please** Only complete applications will be considered. ↑ Return to Listings
Sugical Critical Care FellowThe Lincoln Medical Center has an unexpected opening for a 1-year fellowship in Surgical Critical Care beginning July 2014. The Lincoln Medical Center is a 400-bed hospital located in the South Bronx, New York. The medical center provides comprehensive care to a diverse population. Lincoln has a long history of ongoing excellence in Trauma Care. The educational program provides a well-rounded curriculum to prepare surgeons to become future critical care directors. Trainees who have completed an ACGME approved general surgery training program or pediatric surgery training program are preferred. Consideration will be given to highly qualified individuals who have completed at least 3-years of general surgery training and have a guaranteed position to complete general surgery. Interested individuals should e-mail their documents to Roxy, Program Coordinator of the Department of Surgery.
How To ApplyPlease e-mail your current CV and three letters of Recommendation to the Program Coordinator↑ Return to Listings
Research Associate, General SurgeryThe Department of Surgery at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine is seeking a Research Associate with surgical skills to develop and implement animal models utilizing porcine and rodents. Duties will include prepping for surgery, induction of anesthesia, performing surgery and post-surgical monitoring. assist in grant and manuscript preparation, laboratory compliance functions and assist with other general laboratory functions. A minimum of a master’s degree in a scientific field is required. Previous surgical experience is preferred.
How To ApplyApplications may be accepted on line at http://unmc.peopleadmin.com/postings/23912. Individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.↑ Return to Listings
Burn Surgery Research FellowThe Section of Burns/Trauma is pleased to offer a one or two year burn and surgical research fellow position starting July 1st, 2015. This opportunity is ideal for a surgical resident interested in burn surgery, trauma surgery or wound healing. The position features: Fully-equipped basic science and translational research facilities (Firefighters’ Burn and Surgical Research Laboratory - http://burnsurglab.org/Home), including: o NIH, DOD, and industry funding o Full histology suite o Cellular and Molecular Biology Labs (Proteomics, Genomics, Metabolomics and Sequencing) o Biophotonics and advanced imaging o Pre-Clinical operating and procedure rooms o Ample office space, statistical consultation, and library access Training in common and specialty laboratory procedures, including: o Advanced histology o Animal models (Hypertrophic scar, coagulopathy, electrical injury, host:pathogen, and burn) o Non-invasive imaging o Systems Biology Applications to host response to traumatic injury o Advanced tissue culture and in vitro assay methodologies Translational research tailored to the individual’s career goals. Opportunities for participation in clinical research projects. Proven record of peer-reviewed trainee publications and presentations. We are looking for an industrious and hard working categorical general surgical resident (preferably after completion of the PGY2 or 3 year) willing to move to Washington, DC. Our projects are conducted in the FBSRL on the campus of the MedStar Washington Hospital Center and at Georgetown University Medical Center. Salary support will be commensurate with the level of training. Previous research experience is helpful but not necessary.
How To ApplyQualified applicants should have completed medical school and have at least 2 years of surgical residency training. A letter stating your career goals and how this position would help achieve those goals, a current CV, and a letter of recommendation from your advisor.↑ Return to Listings
Vascular Surgery FellowshipRush University Medical Center in Chicago IL is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy in our 2 year Vascular Surgery fellowship program. The position being offered is for one year and begins July 1, 2015. All applicants must have completed an ACGME accredited General Surgery program and must be eligible to obtain licensure in the state of Illinois. The Rush vascular surgery program offers trainees a broad exposure to open and endovascular surgical practice, as well as significant experience in an accredited vascular laboratory. Clinical research is encouraged and fellows have opportunities to teach residents, medical students, PA students, and ultrasound technologist students. The program director is nationally recognized and has been practicing vascular surgery for over 30 years. All faculty in the fellowship are dedicated to training highly skilled vascular surgeons.
How To ApplyApplicants should forward a copy of their CV as well as the name and number of 2-3 references to Julieta_Magallon@rush.edu and Walter_McCarthy@rush.edu↑ Return to Listings
Advanced Vascular Surgery Fellowship position – 1 yearRush University Medical Center in Chicago IL is offering a 1-year positon in Advanced Vascular Surgery for fellows who have already completed an ACGME accredited vascular surgery fellowship. This position allows fellowship graduates to further advance their skills with exposure to advanced open vascular surgery and endovascular procedures. Exposure to advanced training in our accredited vascular laboratory is also offered for this position. The goal of this additional year or vascular training is to allow those who have already completed a fellowship to further hone their open and endovascular skills prior to commencement of their career. The program director is nationally recognized and has been practicing vascular surgery for over 30 years. All faculty in the fellowship are dedicated to training highly skilled vascular surgeons.
How To ApplyApplicants should forward a copy of their CV as well as the name and number of 2-3 references to Julieta_Magallon@rush.edu and Walter_McCarthy@rush.edu↑ Return to Listings
Hand/Plast FellowThe Program is one-year Unaccredited Program. Requirements: Three to five years of General Surgery Residency in the U.S. YOU MUST HAVE A NY STATE LICENSE.
How To ApplyPlease send your CV and recent letters of recommendation (6 mos.) via E-Mail↑ Return to Listings
Surgery FellowQualifications: Completion of 1, 2 or 3 years of general surgery resident training•Possess a current NYS Medical License•Possess current certification in ACLS and ATLS• Requirements:Maintain membership on the Medical Staff of Lincoln Medical Center by continuously meeting the qualifications, standards, and requirements set forth in the bylaws of the medical staff. This will include night-time and weekend coverage.The house physician will integrate with the on-call team to provide appropriate coverage of all in-house patients covered by the general surgery service, as well as responding for requests for consultation. Specific assignment for a particular shift will be at the discretion of the on-call attending surgeon or designee.The house physician will report to, and be responsible to the Surgical Program Director and Chief of Surgery. The house officer will meet the requirements for work hour documentation as set forth by the employer (PAGNY).The house officer will participate in departmental quality efforts and performance improvement programs.
How To ApplySend your CV via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org↑ Return to Listings
Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery (PMIS) FellowshipThe Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery (PMIS) Fellowship program (which is a non-ACGME accredited fellowship) at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in conjunction with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is a 1 year fellowship that offers a broad training in all aspects of PMIS including diagnosis, patient selection, and procedures for congenital and acquired conditions in infants, children, and adolescents. The goal of the PMIS Fellowship at Le Bonheur is to provide an outstanding educational opportunity to highly motivated individuals who have a demonstrated track record of academic and clinical excellence. Fellows share call with and function in conjunction with the Pediatric Surgery Residency. The fellowship is overseen by our six full-time pediatric surgeons, who have a myriad of clinical and research interests. Eligibility: • U.S. residency or equivalent (VISA)• Fellows must be graduates of an accredited general surgery residency training program either by the Accreditation for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or its equivalent • Must be able to provide proof of passing USMLE steps 1,2,3 to the program director and GME office.
How To ApplyAny eligible candidates should email the paperwork listed below to the Program Coordinator at email@example.com• Current curriculum vitae • Photo • Personal statement• 3 current letters of recommendation (including one from your current Program Director) • Medical school diploma and transcript • USMLE Steps I, II, III scores • current ECFMG certificate (if applicable). Please send all documents in one single email, as any incomplete application will not be reviewed until all required documentation has been received. ↑ Return to Listings
Associate Program DirectorGrand Strand Regional Medical Center, Myrtle Beach, SC Job Summary HCA is seeking a board certified surgeon to serve as program director and join their employed multi-specialty surgical practice affiliate of Grand Strand Medical Center in Myrtle Beach, SC. To be considered, candidate must have: 1) 5 years of Prior Experience as a faculty member in a ACGME accredited surgery residency or fellowship. 2) Evidence of scholarship such as peer-reviewed funding, publication of original research or review articles in peer-reviewed journals, chapters in textbooks, publications/presentations of case reports or clinical series at local, regional, or national professional and scientific society meetings, or participation in national committees or educational organizations. 3) Board certification by the American Board of Surgery. 4) Prior experience as an associate program director or program director Grand Strand Regional Medical Center is one of two Level II trauma centers in South Carolina and the only Level II trauma program in SC certified by the American College of Surgeons and DHEC. Trauma surgeons treated 3600 patients in 2014, identified as those who suffer life-threatening injuries with potential for secondary complications such as shock, respiratory failure or death. There are two dedicated trauma rooms with helipad adjacent to the emergency department. We have five trauma surgeons, a trauma orthopedic surgeon, anesthesiologists, emergency department physicians and onsite laboratory. All critical care and emergency nurses have special training in trauma nursing and advanced cardiac and pediatric life support. Established practice currently consists of Neurosurgery, Orthopedic Trauma, General Surgery Trauma, Breast Surgery and General Surgery. Call requirements: minimum of 6 primary call shifts per month with an equitable share of back-up call. Competitive compensation package consisting of a guaranteed base salary + WRVU incentive, comprehensive benefits package, paid occurrence based malpractice, PTO, CME, 401K, as well as several other negotiable incentives.
How To ApplyPlease forward your cover letter and CV to: Randy Mitchell Director, Physician Recruitment HCA Physician Services Group 3 Maryland Farms, Suite 250, Bldg 2 Brentwood, TN 37027 Direct: (615) 943-7854 Office: (615) 372-3378 Fax: (844) 234-4368 ↑ Return to Listings
Program DirectorGrand Strand Regional Medical Center, Myrtle Beach, SC Job Summary HCA is seeking a board certified surgeon to serve as program director and join their employed multi-specialty surgical practice affiliate of Grand Strand Medical Center in Myrtle Beach, SC. To be considered, candidate must have: 1) 5 years of Prior Experience as a faculty member in a ACGME accredited surgery residency or fellowship. 2) Evidence of scholarship such as peer-reviewed funding, publication of original research or review articles in peer-reviewed journals, chapters in textbooks, publications/presentations of case reports or clinical series at local, regional, or national professional and scientific society meetings, or participation in national committees or educational organizations. 3) Board certification by the American Board of Surgery. 4) Prior experience as an associate program director or program director Grand Strand Regional Medical Center is one of two Level II trauma centers in South Carolina and the only Level II trauma program in SC certified by the American College of Surgeons and DHEC. Trauma surgeons treated 3600 patients in 2014, identified as those who suffer life-threatening injuries with potential for secondary complications such as shock, respiratory failure or death. There are two dedicated trauma rooms with helipad adjacent to the emergency department. We have five trauma surgeons, a trauma orthopedic surgeon, anesthesiologists, emergency department physicians and onsite laboratory. All critical care and emergency nurses have special training in trauma nursing and advanced cardiac and pediatric life support. Established practice currently consists of Neurosurgery, Orthopedic Trauma, General Surgery Trauma, Breast Surgery and General Surgery. Call requirements: minimum of 6 primary call shifts per month with an equitable share of back-up call. Competitive compensation package consisting of a guaranteed base salary + WRVU incentive, comprehensive benefits package, paid occurrence based malpractice, PTO, CME, 401K, as well as several other negotiable incentives.
How To ApplyRandy Mitchell Director, Physician Recruitment HCA Physician Services Group 3 Maryland Farms, Suite 250, Bldg 2 Brentwood, TN 37027 Direct: (615) 943-7854 Office: (615) 372-3378 Fax: (844) 234-4368 ↑ Return to Listings
Senior Program CoordinatorMinimum Requirements: Associate degree with two years’ experience in financial and budget management Two years’ experience with requirements of ACGME, ABS, RRC and other organizations with regard to program requirements. Management and coordination of the General Surgery Residency Training Program (35 positions). Responsible for administration, planning and implementation of all activities related to residents in Surgery. Manage the coordination and direct implementation of all policies, procedures and requirements in accordance with the ACGME, ABS, RRC, ECFMG, NRMP-ERAS system and the institution of Tulane University School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education. Represent the Residency Program and Fellowship program to all contacting parties, including residents, visitors, applicants, faculty members, hospitals, etc.
How To Applyhttp://tulane.edu/jobs/↑ Return to Listings
Burn FellowshipThe Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Jacobi Medical Center, the bum referral center for the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, is seeking fellows beginning July 1, 2015. Responsibilities include managing burn ICU patients, assisting in the O.R., and staffing the bum clinics. Participation in the academic activities of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University is strongly encouraged. These non-accredited positions are suitable for postgraduate trainees seeking careers in general surgery, surgical critical care, and/or plastic and reconstructive surgery. Residents with no less than PGY I and PGY II years in an ACGME accredited surgery program are welcome to apply. Please send letter of inquiry and C.V. to: Ralph Wm. Liebling, MD, FACS Director, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Jacobi Medical Center Bronx, NY 10461 Tel: 718 918-7000 Fax: 718 918-5972 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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PhysicianHi We are looking for a surgical resident with good surgical skills. Training will be given for surgical laser procedures and interventional spine. The ideal candidate can be able to get a Michigan medical license
How To Applyplease email your most current resume ↑ Return to Listings
Plastic Surgery Research PositionThe Division of Plastic Surgery at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine is offering a one or two year research fellowship position starting July 2015. This is an opportunity to get involved in cutting edge research in 3D technology in both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. The research is focused on 3D printing applications in surgery, as welll as 3D scanning and virtual surgical computer planning. This is a great clinical research opportunity with group of surgeons who have a proven track record of multiple abstracts accepted at international and national meetings as well as publications in peer-reviewed journals. Looking for someone with some previous research experience. .
How To ApplyInterested applicants should submit a cover letter and current curriculum vitae to Dr. Oren Tepper at email@example.com. ↑ Return to Listings
Surgical Administration Fellow12 month fellowship in surgical administration at a multi-site, busy surgical practice in the New York City metro area. Practice management, compliance, billing, scheduling, and ambulatory surgical center business processes will be taught. Ideal alternative to those looking to transition into medical administration. No clinical care duties. No medical license necessary. Excellent speaking skills in the English language, and proficiency with Windows and Microsoft Office necessary.
How To ApplyEMAIL ONLY. Please send resume, cover letter, why you are looking to transition into non-clinical medical duties, and letters of recommendation to firstname.lastname@example.org . ↑ Return to Listings
T-32 Surgical Research FellowSurgical Research Fellowship -T32 Training Grant in Gastrointestinal Research University of Texas Medical Branch. The Department of Surgery at the University of TX Medical Branch in Galveston, TX seeks interested surgical research fellows for a NIH T32 Training Grant in gastrointestinal research. Applicants should be general surgery residents who will devote 2 years to full-time laboratory training in Basic Science. Trainees will learn modern laboratory techniques essential to conducting research in either gastrointestinal endocrinology, cancer cell biology, and mechanisms of inflammation as they pertain to surgical diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and pancreas. All mentors have a well-established record in research and training. We are seeking individuals who are looking for two-years of dedicated bench science research experience and interested in future academic leadership. Available openings are available beginning July 01, 2015. Qualifications: Applicants must have an MD or equivalent degree from an accredited domestic or foreign institution. NIH Funding for this position requires that trainees hold US citizenship or permanent residence. Salary & Benefits: Salary will be based upon NIH guidelines for postdoctoral compensation which directly relates to the number of residency years one has trained after receiving their MD degree. Candidates will also receive a full package of benefits from the University of Texas Medical Branch.
How To ApplyApplicants must submit a formal application via e-mail that includes a letter of interest including a statement about future career goals, C.V., and proof of US citizenship or residency status. Please do NOT apply unless you meet citizenship/residency requirements.↑ Return to Listings
Surgical Critical Care FellowshipLutheran Medical Center, a Level 1 Trauma Center located in Southwest Brooklyn, offers an AOA-approved Surgical Critical Care Fellowship for July 2015. Our program includes one year of intense surgical critical care training and trauma. In addition, we will provide exposure to acute care surgery.
How To ApplyTo apply, contact the Department of Surgery at email@example.com ↑ Return to Listings
Transplant Surgery FellowshipHouston Methodist is currently seeking transplant fellowship applicants for our 2-year ASTS-approved training program in multi-organ transplantation beginning in July, 2016. Our program performs approximately 214 kidney, 85 liver, and 20 pancreas transplants annually, in addition to the opportunity to gain advanced hepatobiliary operation training. Also, fellow can have opportunities in clinical research and immunology. Current board certified (or eligible for board certification) in general surgery is preferred. Eligibility to obtain Texas Medical Board licensure is required (http://www.tmb.state.tx.us/idl/0E9238FB-9591-EF92-DC0E-DAA86C2F8AD6).
How To ApplyTo apply, please submit your CV, USMLE transcripts, ECFMG, medical school transcripts, 3 letters of recommendation, and a personal statement to: A. Osama Gaber, MD, FACS Chair, Department of Transplantation c/o Nedra Booker Fellowship and Residency Coordinator Houston Methodist Hospital Department of Surgery 6550 Fannin Street, Smith Tower 1661 Houston, Texas 77030 713-441-6172 (office)↑ Return to Listings
Clinical Research FellowWe are looking for a highly motivated individual with a track record in clinical research for a 1-2 year research fellowship position. The Institute provides multidisciplinary care to patients with esophageal and lung diseases and has a very active clinical and translational research program. The prospective fellow will be required to establish, maintain and analyze hypothesis driven databases. The successful candidate should have a clinical background (preferably MD), organized, driven and well versed in clincal research conduct and write up. The position is open to US Nationals or Green Card holders only. Please visit our website for further program details: https://www.ahn.org/specialties/esophageal-and-lung-institute
How To ApplyPlease email any queries or send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org↑ Return to Listings
Urology Fellowship – Voiding Dysfunction1- to 2-Year Fellowship including male and female incontinence, urodynamics, male and female OAB/LUTS, urinary tract and pelvic reconstruction, neuromodulation, pelvic organ prolapse, BPH, urethral surgery, female and male fistula repair/management, and prosthetic surgery. The fellowship is designed to allow the trainee to be proficient at complex urinary tract reconstruction and LUTS primarily as related to cancer or its treatments. As such, the trainee will work closely with gynecologic oncology, radiation oncology, colorectal, sarcoma, sexual medicine, and plastic surgery colleagues in addition to our urology staff. The trainee will be have ample exposure to open, minimally-invasive and robotic surgical approaches and will be expected to take part in clinical research which will include complete access to biostatistics, epidemiology, and editorial recourses available at the institution. Applicants must have completed urology residency.
How To ApplyE-mail to Jaspreet Sandhu, M.D. Telephone: 646-422-4399↑ Return to Listings
RUTGERS-RWJUH (Surgical Critical Care & Acute Care Fellowships)Accredited in 2011, the Rutgers RWJMS-RWJUH Surgical Critical Care Fellowship offer an ACGME verified curriculum in surgical critical care during the first year. The program is designed to train board-eligible or board-certified surgeons in all phases of the care of the severely injured and critically ill surgical patient. It prepares the fellow to function with advanced skills suited for either an academic or clinical career. The position includes clinical responsibilities on the surgical critical care service with significant components of trauma, non-trauma, and neurosurgical critical care, cardiac surgery critical care, as well as a rotation in the MICU. On April 5th, 2012, the Rutgers RWJMS-RWJUH Acute Care Surgery Fellowship became the 9th program of its kind to receive AAST accreditation. The program is designed to provide advanced training in the initial resuscitation, surgical management and ongoing care of patients with life-threatening surgical diseases. This training provides the fellow with the advanced skills needed for either an academic or clinical career in acute care surgery. The program is comprised of six months on the acute care surgery service (trauma, emergency surgery, and surgical critical care) and six months in rotations for additional training in thoracic surgery, vascular surgery, hepatobiliary surgery, interventional radiology, and neurosurgery. The applicant must have completed an ACGME approved residency in general surgery and received fellowship training in surgical critical care by the start date. In 2014, an International Fellowship component was established in partnership with the Universitario de Valle in Cali, Colombia. It presents a unique month-long, advanced penetrating operative trauma, advanced burn, and emergent general surgery experience to all second year fellows in our ACS fellowship. International relationships offer administrative, research, and trauma system development opportunities that will afford fellows personal and academic growth in Global Health roles. Candidates must be dedicated to the teaching of medical students, residents, and nurse practitioners. There is strong support for both clinical and basic science research. New Brunswick is the home of Rutgers University and is located approximately midway between New York and Philadelphia. Central NJ is a desirable place to live with good schools, professional sports, cultural attractions, recreational opportunities and is one half hour from the Jersey shore.
How To Apply***Applicants must have completed an ACGME approved residency in general surgery. We are currently seeking surgical critical care fellow candidates for a 2016 start and acute care surgery fellow candidates for a 2017 start. Acute care surgery candidates must have received fellowship training in surgical critical care by the start date. Although most of our candidates opt for our 2-year program, it does remain optional. Interested applicants may apply through SAFAS, beginning in March 2015. The following documents will be required for application: current CV, personal statement, USMLE scores (Steps 1-3), a minimum of 3 letters of recommendation, and a small photo. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact: Dr. Matthew Lissauer Program Director, Surgical Critical Care Fellowship email@example.com Dr. Rajan Gupta Program Director, Acute Care Surgery Fellowship firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Gregory Peck Associate Program Director, Acute Care Surgery Fellowship email@example.com Crystal Camarena, CPC Program Coordinator, Surgical Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery Fellowships Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School 89 French Street 3rd floor, Room 3268, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Phone: (732) 235-7766 firstname.lastname@example.org Rutgers RWJMS is an equal opportunity employer. ↑ Return to Listings
Post-Doctoral ResearcherPost-Doctoral Researcher in General Surgery/Traumatology & Orthopedic Surgery This position is at St Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN) in Bethlehem PA. It is conveniently located in Lehigh Valley, Eastern Pennsylvania, approximately 1 hour from New York City and Philadelphia. We are seeking a highly qualified, post-doctoral (MD or DO) researcher. Prerequisites include a medical degree and interest in general surgery/trauma and orthopedic surgery. Foreign medical graduates with an eligible visa will be considered; however, St Luke’s University Health Network does not sponsor new visa applications for the purposes of this position. Requirements for consideration: (a) Familiarity with outcomes research; (b) Track record of scientific publications and presentations; (c) Excellent knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, and database software; (d) Ability to work flexible hours; (e) Excellent ability to work with large teams and perform inter-disciplinary research; (f) Knowledge of fundamental IRB procedures (i.e., protocol submissions, etc.); (g) High degree of motivation; and (h) Ability to work independently Preferred duration of commitment: This will be a two year commitment. Candidates will be actively supported for residency positions provided that they satisfactorily complete the 1st year of their Post-Doctoral training, as determined by SLUHN Post-Doctoral Research Program faculty. During the 1st year of the Post-Doctoral experience, participants will be eligible to participate in both research and clinical classroom residency curricula. During the 2nd year of the experience, candidates will be able to participate as observers in clinical activities during their rotations.
How To ApplyApplication process for those interested in being considered for the position: 1) Submit a statement describing your interest in research and describing how the Post-Doctoral research training might benefit your competitiveness, as well as enhance your career. The statement should be 1,000 words or less and must be original. 2) Your complete CV, focusing on previous research experience; Please ensure that you list all of your publications, presentations (podium & poster), any clinical trials you participated in, as well as any lectures and/or curricula that you were a part of 3) Two letters of recommendation, of which at least one must be from someone you worked with in a research capacity 4) Attach the last 4 research manuscripts you have authored/co-authored (your name must be listed on the author line); If you have fewer than 4 manuscripts, you need to provide a written statement (approximately 500 words) explaining why you have not authored/co-authored a sufficient number of manuscripts, including a plan describing how you intend to overcome any challenges that may be associated with your ability to finish and publish research projects For those interested, please submit all required materials to: 1) Stanislaw P. Stawicki MD FACS; Medical Director, Post-Doctoral Research Program (email@example.com) 2) Jill C. Stoltzfus PhD; Scientific Director, Post-Doctoral Research Program (firstname.lastname@example.org) ↑ Return to Listings
Abdominal Transplant Surgery Opportunities for FellowsMedStar Georgetown Transplant Institute offers one of the nation’s most comprehensive abdominal transplant surgery opportunities for fellows. As one of the few programs in the country to be ASTS accredited in liver, kidney, and intestinal transplant, as well as hepatopancreatobiliary surgery, MGTI fellows are fully trained in both adult and pediatric transplantation of liver, bowel, kidney and pancreas. A complete didactic curriculum and commitment to training are embedded in our program. We are searching for highly motivated individuals who want to commit to training at one of the premier facilities in the country. > All interested applicants are asked to submit a CV, USMLE transcripts, ECFMG, medical school transcripts, 3 letters of recommendation, and a personal statement to Gtowntransplant2016@gmail.com.
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PGY4 General SurgeryPGY 4 General Surgery position has opened up to allow an current resident additional research time.
How To ApplyPlease send Current Curriculum Vitae, Brief Personal Statement, Medical School Transcript , including Dean's Letter, USMLE Parts I, II, III scores, ABSITE scores and reports for ALL years completed, Three (3) current Letters of Recommendation, Competency-Based Evaluations for ALL completed rotations, Current ACGME case log, including the “Defined Category” Operative Report to Terri Fisher at GeneralSurgeryResidency@wpahs.org Prior to offering a position, we will require a letter from the current Program Director. ↑ Return to Listings
PGY2-3 General SurgeryPGY 3 General Surgery Resident at Allegheny Health Network Consortium.
How To ApplyPlease send CV, medical school transcript, USMLE Scores, ABSITE scores, and 3 letters from within your current program to Terri Fisher at GeneralSurgeryResidency@wpahs.org↑ Return to Listings
Abdominal Transplant FellowshipDue to sudden vacancy, the Division of Transplant Surgery at UCSF is recruiting to fill one ASTS approved abdominal transplant fellowship position for training in liver, kidney, and pancreas transplantation. Candidates must have completed a general surgery residency program. Available immediately, this two-year appointment will be as a Clinical Instructor in Surgery. UCSF is a worldwide leader in both adult and pediatric transplants for liver, kidney, and pancreas. The UCSF Abdominal Transplant Fellowship Program provides comprehensive training in all aspects of abdominal solid organ transplantation. This includes the evaluation of transplant candidates, management of patients with chronic and acute liver disease, and care of organ transplant recipients operatively, peri-operatively, and post-operatively. The program provides considerable exposure to deceased donor multi-organ procurement and living donor nephrectomy, and hepatectomy as well as kidney, liver, and pancreas transplant operations. As a large volume program, the UCSF fellow will be fully exposed to the entire spectrum of anatomical challenges, disease severity, and post-transplant medical and surgical complications will emerge with substantial competency. There is also strong didactic program with numerous weekly meetings including a Transplant Mortality and Morbidity Conference, Kidney and Liver Selection Committees, Liver Transplant Pathology Conference, and Transplant Seminar Series. For a full description of the fellowship, and information on the application process, please visit the Abdominal Transplant Fellowship website at http://transplantfellowship.ucsf.edu/. We welcome any inquiries.
How To ApplyFor Application: Please submit your CV and contact information ONLY via email to Kristine.email@example.com due to urgent staffing need and we will contact you for more information as needed. Contact: Sandy Feng, MD PhD Professor of Surgery in Residence Director, Abdominal Transplant Surgery Fellowship University of California San Francisco Tel: 415 353 8725 Email: Sandy.Feng@ucsf.edu Assistant: Kristine Torres Email: Kristine.Torres@ucsf.edu↑ Return to Listings
Surgical House OfficerThe Department of Surgery at Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital has a Surgical House Officer position available. Candidates must meet the following requirements to apply for this position. Interested candidates must submit the following via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Minimum requirements/qualifications 1. Must be currently Licensed in the State of New York ( Full or limited permit) 2. Must have 2 years of General Surgery experience 3. Current CV 4. USMLE Step I, ll & lll 5. Three (3) Letters of Recommendation 6. Letter of Recommendation from Chairman and Program Director How to Apply: Please forward the required information to the following: Madhu Rangraj, MD Director, Department of Surgery Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital,16 Guion Place New Rochelle, NY 10802 or email to email@example.com
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SURGICAL CRITICAL CARE FELLOWSHIPInova Fairfax Hospital is accepting applications for a one-year fellowship position available for August 2015, and through the Match for 2016. Large tertiary medical center in Northern Virginia, minutes from DC, busy ACS-verified Level I Trauma Center. Fellowship offers broad clinical experience in all aspects of Surgical Critical Care and Trauma, all bedside ICU procedures, critical care ultrasound/echo, complex open abdomen management, as well as rotations in Pediatrics and Cardiovascular ICU, elective month, and administrative instruction for future ICU leadership. Applicants must be graduates of ACGME-approved surgical residency. Find more information at: http://www.inova.org/education/surg-crit-care-fellowship/. Diann Carreker Surgery Residency Program Manager Department of Surgery Inova Fairfax Medical Campus 3300 Gallows Road Falls Church, Virginia 22042 T1 703-776 2337 F 703-776-2338
How To ApplyForward CV, personal statement, 3 letters of recommendation and verification of residency completion from program director to: Christopher Michetti, MD, FACS (firstname.lastname@example.org).↑ Return to Listings
Endovenous Intervention Fellowship6-12 month non-accredited fellowship in endovenous interventions, including ultrasound and fluoroscopy guided procedures. High volume, multiple office locations, with accredited office based surgery facilities on site. Teaching will involve preoperative evaluations, including performance and interpretation of duplex ultrasonographic studies, tumescent anesthesia and its application, ultrasound and fluoroscopic guidance for procedures, and postoperative care. MUST have 3 years of surgical training (up to PGY3) if foreign medical graduate, and 2 years surgical training for US graduates to be considered. MANDATORY eligibility for NY state and NJ state licenses prior to applying. Please check with the respective boards prior to application. Non-eligible candidates will not be answered. Option to continue training at American College of Radiology Accredited Vascular Laboratories for the certification of Registered Physician in Vascular Ultrasound Interpretation after the first 6 months of fellowship have been completed. See www.nycsurgical.net for more information. Please do NOT apply if you do not meet ALL prerequisite training criteria. Potential option to continue as staff at completion of fellowship for the right candidates.
How To ApplyNo phone calls. Please send resume to email@example.com 2 letters of recommendation from surgical staff must accompany resume. ↑ Return to Listings
Postdoctoral Research FellowThe Thoracic Immunobiology Laboratory of Washington University in St Louis(http://www.lungimmunolab.wustl.edu) offers a unique training opportunity for individuals interested in Thoracic Surgery or transplantation and tumor immunology. The laboratory is an NIH funded collaborative of three principle investigators (Daniel Kreisel, Alexander S. Krupnick, Andy E. Gelman) within the Departments of Surgery and Pathology/Immunology. It was the first laboratory to describe the mouse model of orthotopic lung transplantation as well as intravital two photon microscopy of the lung and ongoing research projects involve the study of lung inflammatory mechanisms in murine models of ischemia-reperfusion injury, allograft rejection, and pulmonary malignancies. Potential trainees must have an MD and/or PhD degree and be a US citizen or have a permanent resident card (green card) and an interest in dedicating at least two years to this fellowship. Ideal candidates possess independent research abilities with expertise in cellular and molecular techniques and strive to excel scientifically. Strong oral and written communication skills as well as previous publications are required.
How To ApplyApplicants should submit their curriculum vitae to Daniel Kreisel, MD PhD, Professor of Surgery, Pathology & Immunology, Washington University in St. Louis, firstname.lastname@example.org. Washington University is committed to providing a diverse environment and encourages applications from females and under represented minorities. ↑ Return to Listings
PGY 2 SurgeryOur new program in General Surgery has just been approved by the RRC in Surgery allowing us to seak exceptional candidates for the PGY 2-4 years. As a brand new program in General Surgery we have been able to design the program from the ground up based on serious post graduate medical education and not service needs. An improtant part of this program besides the high degree of attention to the details of each individual's education is the need for a balanced environment to learn in. Matching work life with personal life is an important philosophy for this program. Resident will start operating from the first year on and when there are significant service needs they will be provided by a team of mid-level providers. I anticipate that each resident's surgical volume will be well above the national mean and am looking for candidates who are driven to to excellent and make a diference. About 30+% of residents in my programs end up going into academic programs as faculty.
How To ApplyHow to apply: Please, send your medical school transcript, three current letters of recommendation , USMLE 1,2, & 3 scores and first time pass, ABSITE score if available, letter from your program director to... Sharon Homes our program co-ordinator. email@example.com, FAX (843) 692-1122, phone (843) 6921595.↑ Return to Listings
Burn FellowshipOne Year Burn Fellowship Position with optional second year as the surgical intensive care fellow (three years of general surgery experience required) Accredited Burn Center at University Of Iowa Level One Trauma Center Hospital 400-500 annual burn and wound patient admissions >2000 outpatient visits The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics seeks surgical residents or board eligible surgical graduates for a one year BURN FELLOWSHIP with optional second year as the Surgical Critical Care Fellow. With admissions between 300-400 annually, the trainee will acquire in-depth experience in the management of the entire spectrum of burn, complex wound care and critical care in the setting of a tertiary university teaching hospital. Upon completion of the one-year burn fellowship, the trainee (at least three years of general surgery required) can complete a second year as the critical care fellow in the Surgical Critical Care Fellowship. This will allow the trainee to sit for the American Board of Surgery Examination in Surgical Critical Care. Ideal candidates for our program must have completed/be completing an ACGME General Surgery and/or Plastic Surgery residency and be eligible for certification by the American Board of Surgery. Applicants interested in stepping out of their general surgery or plastics residency for fellowship are reviewed on an individual basis, but must have completed a minimum of two years residency. J-1 and H1b visas are encouraged to apply. The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics is a tertiary medical center which includes a Burn Center which has been verified by the ACS/ABA Burn Center Verification Program since 1996. The University sits in the midst of beautiful rural landscapes in Iowa City, Iowa. This diverse and educated community is a hub for arts and entertainment, with energy and vitality for the arts, athletics, and medicine. The Iowa City area features some of Iowa’s top elementary and secondary schools, and its cost of living compares favorably with other cities that boast Big Ten universities. For additional information on this position please feel free to contact us directly.
How To ApplyPlease send a CV, 3 LOR's, a personal statement, USMLE score reports and ABSITE score reports to Billie Ruden ↑ Return to Listings
Pediatric Track of the Surgical Critical Care FellowshipThe Pediatric Track of the Surgical Critical Care Fellowship program (which is a ACGME accredited fellowship) at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital and Regional One Health in conjunction with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is a 1 year fellowship that offers a broad training in trauma, emergency general surgery and elective surgical procedures. The goal of the Surgical Critical Care Residency Pediatric Track at Le Bonheur is to provide advanced proficiency in the care and management of critically ill surgical patients ranging in age from extreme prematurity to adolescence. Fellows take in-house attending trauma call and function as a junior faculty member with full surgical privileges. The fellowship is overseen by six full-time pediatric surgeons, who have a myriad of clinical and research interests. Eligibility: • U.S. residency or equivalent (VISA) • Fellows must be graduates of an accredited general surgery residency training program either by the Accreditation for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada • Must be able to provide proof of passing USMLE steps 1, 2, 3 to the program director and GME office.
How To ApplyAny eligible candidates should email the paperwork listed below to the Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org• Current curriculum vitae • Photo • Personal statement• 3 current letters of recommendation (including one from your current Program Director) • Medical school diploma and transcript • USMLE Steps I, II, III scores • current ECFMG certificate (if applicable). Please send all documents in one single email, as any incomplete application will not be reviewed until all required documentation has been received. ↑ Return to Listings
Surgical Critical Care FellowThe surgical critical care unit at Ohio State is a 44-bed, state-of-the-art facility that houses the general surgery, neurosurgery, and burn intensive care units. These units are co-directed and staffed by faculty from the Departments of Surgery and Anesthesiology (Section of Surgical Critical Care and Trauma), all of whom are certified in critical care. More than 3,000 patients are admitted to the surgical critical care units each year. Curriculum The curriculum provides advanced clinical training in all aspects of surgical critical care. Areas of particular emphasis include: •Application of current principles of metabolic and nutritional support •Management of complex hemodynamic problems •Use of newer modes of ventilatory support Critical care fellows participate in the clinical and basic science research projects of the Section of Surgical Critical Care. Trainees who complete appropriate course work in the Surgical Critical Care Fellowship may be eligible to receive a master of medical science degree. Four fellowship positions are available each year. Completion of at least three clinical years in an ACGME-accredited graduate educational program in the disciplines of general surgery, neurosurgery, urology, or obstetrics and gynecology is a prerequisite for admission to the program.
How To ApplyREQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Completed application (download from website), current Curriculum Vitae, three reference letters from physicians with whom you are currently acquainted, USMLE Scores (Steps 1, 2 and 3), ECFMG Certificate (if applicable), undergraduate and medical school transcripts and copy of medical school diploma. Program Contact: Lori Bardon, Program Coordinator, Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program. Phone: 614-293-1830 Fax: 614-293-9155 Email: email@example.com Mailing Address: 395 W. 12th Ave, Suite 634, Columbus, OH 43210↑ Return to Listings
Parathyroid / Endocrine Surgery FellowshipThe Norman Parathyroid Center at Tampa General Hospital is the busiest parathyroid surgery practice in the world, performing over 2600 parathyroid and 200 thyroid operations annually (more than 50 per week). Our patients are referred from all over the world and include the most complex cases, rare presentations, and difficult re-operative cases. We have developed superior parathyroid surgery techniques allowing each of our surgeons to routinely complete 4-gland operations in less than 20 minutes. Our database of hyperparathyroidism cases contains over 20,000 patients, and our ability to study this disease prospectively is unmatched. We are creating a new 1-year fellowship position for board certified or board eligible surgeons, to start July 2015. The fellow will learn parathyroid and thyroid surgery from the most experienced surgeons on the most interesting and complex cases. He or she can expect to participate in 750 parathyroid/thyroid operations and become expert at thyroid ultrasound. He or she will also contribute to the understanding of parathyroid disease by studying the largest series of hyperparathyroidism patients in both retrospective and well-designed prospective studies. The fellow is expected to present clinical research at national meetings and publish in the top surgery and endocrinology journals.
How To ApplyApplicants must have completed a General Surgery or ENT residency before July 2015. Graduating chief residents are encouraged to apply. Pay will be at the PGY-6 level. Please email a CV and cover letter to Dr. Deva Boone at firstname.lastname@example.org.↑ Return to Listings
ACS TTP (Transition To Practice) AssociateThis is a one year American College of Surgeons Transition To Practice (TTP) associate position. The TTP Program in General Surgery was developed by the American College of Surgeons as a program for surgeons who are leaving residency and entering into the practice of general surgery. The Wake Forest University TTP Program is a one year program offered to those who are finishing or have finished an ACGME accredited general surgery training program. We offer additional training in general surgery including emergency general surgery and trauma as well as aspects of minimally invasive surgery, oncologic surgery and endocrine surgery. Experiences in surgical critical care, obstetrics/gynecology, and surgical practice in underserved international settings are also offered. The aim of the program is to prepare graduates for the practice of general surgery whether it be in private practice, an academic medical center, or an international setting. The program is not designed to provide remediation but to provide an environment for the development and maturation of already excellent surgical skills.
How To ApplyAll interested applicants should complete the application at the link below and email it to Jennifer Hinson at email@example.com http://www.wakehealth.edu/WorkArea/linkit.aspx?LinkIdentifier=id&ItemID=84700&libID=84733↑ Return to Listings
Pancreas Cancer Research FellowVirginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle seeks a Pancreas Cancer Research Fellow to join the Pancreatic Center of Excellence, an established center within the Digestive Disease Institute. The position is a one-year Pancreas Cancer Research Fellowship focusing on academic output/publication. The fellow will have dedicated time to help construct, maintain and use robust databases for study of pancreatic cancer, including quality of life and cost data, to apply outcomes data to provide a foundation for improving quality of patient care, and to focus on retrospective and prospective chart review studies, complementing ongoing clinical research. Applicants who have completed a 3-year Internal Medicine residency and seek post-graduate training to: a) actively engage in research on pancreatic cancer; b) present at national meetings; and c) significantly increase skills need to conduct clinically relevant research are eligible to apply. Minimum requirements also include Board Eligibility. The ideal candidate will be an energetic self-starter who enjoys working with mentoring supervision and has a concentrated focus on productivity resulting in specific outcomes data, research publications in peer-reviewed journals and research presentations at national or international professional meetings. Virginia Mason is a nationally-recognized academic referral center for pancreatic disorders. This position includes experienced support from pancreatic oncologists, gastroenterologists, surgeons, pathologists, and interventional radiologists. Funding for statistical coursework and to present at a national or international pancreatic conferences is included. Virginia Mason Medical Center: Opened a new, state-of-the-art hospital addition in 2012 Is a 440+ physician multi-specialty group practice with a 336-bed hospital, research center and multiple residency and fellowship training programs Our physicians and the Digestive Disease Institute are recognized internationally for treatment of pancreatic diseases, pancreatic cancer and other disorders of the gastrointestinal tract and liver Virginia Mason was cited by U.S. News as one of the top medical centers in the nation for treatment of GI disorders and by HealthGrades for outstanding GI services We offer a competitive salary and benefit package with an excellent working environment that fosters open communication and team work. For more information please contact: Diane Lee Hepatology Fellowship Coordinator Email: DianeE.Lee@vmmc.org Phone: (206) 515-5397 www.virginiamason.org/ddi
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Fellow, Burn UnitThe Department of Surgery of Emory University at Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, is actively seeking a qualified candidate at the PGY6 level (by July 2015 and graduate of general surgery residency) for a burn fellowship position in the Adult and Pediatric American Burn Association verified Burn Unit at Grady Memorial Hospital. This is a non-ACGME fellowship position overseen by Walter Ingram MD, Medical Director of the Burn Unit at GMH and Emory Associate Professor of Surgery. Grady’s Burn Unit admits over 500 patients a year in a contemporary facility that provides comprehensive burn care where patients are cared for from ICU to step-down, floor and outpatient clinic by a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists and other ancillary staff. It is the only burn center in Georgia backed by a Level I Trauma Center (the Trauma Center admits over 3,000 patients a year). Nursing staff is trained in critical care with PALS and ABLS certification and have over 200 years of experience in Burn care. See link for additional information about the Center: http://www.gradyhealth.org/clinic/1/. Responsibilities include supervision and teaching of a resident team that consists of a PGY3, PGY2 and PGY1 along with medical/PA students. Integral involvement with ICU rounds and the operating room is expected. There are extraordinary opportunities for clinical research based on patient volumes and acuity. The ideal candidate should have a background or strong interest in clinical research (candidates with MPH, MSc or similar degree are very welcome to apply). Individual consideration may be given for additional year of surgical critical care to qualify for ABS SCC board certification.
How To ApplyCandidates should submit their curriculum vitae, personal statement, 3 letters of recommendation, and ABSITE and USMLE scores via email to the following: Sheryl G. A. Gabram-Mendola MD MBA FACS Surgeon-in-Chief Grady Memorial Hospital Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery Emory University School of Medicine 69 Jesse Hill Jr. Dr. SE, Room 303 Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: 404-251-8914 Fax: (404) 523-3931 Administrative Assistant: Linda C. Williams Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ↑ Return to Listings
Burn Surgery FellowshipThe Division of Burns at the Westchester Medical Center/ New York Medical College offers two non-ACCME approved one-year Burn Surgery Fellowship position. As a Level 1 Trauma Center and the only Burn Center between New York City and the Canadian border in Eastern New York, Westchester Medical Center admits over 400 adult and pediatric patients per year, and has been verified as an adult and pediatric burn center by the American College of Surgeons/ American Burn Association, in 2006. The 10 bed adult critical care burn unit is a fully equipped burn treatment center capable of treating all adult burns from admission to rehabilitation. In addition, the Burn Center is comprised of seperate Pediatric Burn critical care and step down units housed in the Maria Fareri Children's Hospital . OUr program is structured to provide fellows with a comprehensive experience in the management of adult and pediatric burn patients, exfoiliative skin disease and surgical critical care in the setting of a university teaching hsopital. There is also opportunity for basic science and clinical research. Candidates interested in sitting for the American Board of Surgery Examination in Surgical Critical Care are encouraged to do an additional fellowship year of Surgical Critical Care at WMC. Ideal candidates would have completed an RRC approved General Surgery or Plastic Surgery residency and be eligible for certification by the American Board of Surgery. Applications from candidates with other qualifications such as 1-1 visa or having completed only a portion of a general/plastic surgery residency will also be considered on an individual basis.
How To ApplyInteresed applicants should submit their CV's to the attention of Dr. Joseph Turkowski, Medical Director @ email@example.com.↑ Return to Listings
Professor/Associate Professor of Surgical Education
The University of Sydney is Australia’s first university and has an outstanding global reputation for academic and research excellence. It employs over 7300 permanent staff, supporting over 50,000 students.
The Royal Prince Alfred Institute of Academic Surgery (RPAIAS) is a joint initiative between the Sydney Local Health District (SLHD), the University of Sydney and the Departments of Surgery at RPA which will focus on promoting evidence-based surgical practice and patient care by:
We are seeking to appoint a medical professional to the role of Professor or Associate Professor in Surgical Education within the RPAIAS. In this position, you will:
TERM & REMUNERATION
The successful applicant will be offered a continuing appointment at 0.5 FTE as Professor or Associate Professor. The level of appointment will be commensurate with the appointee’s qualifications and experience and a competitive salary package will be negotiated with the successful applicant.
CLOSING DATE: 5 October 2014
The University is an equal opportunity employer committed to equity, diversity and social inclusion. Applications from equity target groups and women are encouraged. The University of Sydney has also established a scheme to increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff employed across the institution. Applications from people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are encouraged.
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All applications must be submitted via the University of Sydney careers website. Visit sydney.edu.au/recruitment and search by the reference number 1056/0514 for more information and to apply. Please do not send any job applications via email as these will not be considered.↑ Return to Listings