Pediatric Orthopaedic Fellowship
All subspecialty areas of pediatric orthopedics are represented by our large, diverse faculty. This is a clinical fellowship, designed to train fellows in the care of children with complex orthopaedic problems. The treatment of spine deformity is integrated throughout the fellowship year. At least one basic or clinical research project will be completed and submitted for publication by the end of the fellowship year. The fellow will participate in and direct weekly teaching conferences on children’s orthopaedic topics. Clinical mentorship with each of the full-time academic pediatric orthopedic surgeons comprised the majority of the fellowship training. Fellows are expected to participate in the call schedule as well as follow-up trauma clinics.
Board certification eligibility upon fellowship completion: Orthopedics
Length of fellowship: 1 year
Number of fellowship available: 1
Pre-requisites/post-medical school requirements: Successful graduation from an ACGME-accredited U.S. orthopedic surgery residency, or comparable foreign training program.
- Application deadline: December 1
- Interview start and end dates: August 1 and July 31
- Match date: April 15
- For application forms, please call our office
For More Information
Ryan C. Goodwin, MD
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery / A41
Email: Christine Orlinski, Education Coordinator