Sports Medicine Fellowship
Our Sports Medicine Fellowship is a one-year, ACGME accredited program that encompasses a full range of athletic injuries with emphasis in elbow, shoulder, and knee surgery. The fellowship provides a broad experience in all aspects of the care of the athlete. The program provides opportunities to participate in injury prevention programs, performance enhancement programs, on field and training room diagnostic opportunities and extensive inpatient and outpatient musculoskeletal care.
Sports Medicine Fellowship Faculty
- Michael J. Maloney, MD Fellowship Director and Chief, Division of Sports Medicine
- Robert D. Bronstein, MD
- Kenneth E. DeHaven, MD
- Brian D. Giordano, MD
- John P. Goldblatt, MD
- Gregg T. Nicandri, MD
- Lucien M. Rouse, MD
- Ilya Voloshin, MD
Fellows will spend time with each faculty member while seeing patients in our modern, state-of-the-art Clinton Crossings clinic. Surgical locations will include Clinton Crossings, Strong Memorial Hospital, and Sawgrass Surgery Center. Our Fellows will also enjoy the opportunity to become involved in basic and clinical research in our Center for Musculoskeletal Research.
We participate in the AOSSM match through the SF Match program.
Applications are due November 15th and interviews will be held in January. This fellowship is ACGME accredited.
Fellowship candidates must have completed a US or Canadian Orthopaedic residency program and be ABOS-eligible or certified.
- The SF Match Fellowship Application including
- Three Letters of Recommendation
- Current CV
- Personal Statement
Please apply through the SF Matching Program. www.sfmatch.org
Please contact our Residency Program Coordinator with any questions.
601 Elmwood Ave. Box 665
Rochester, NY 14642