Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship Program
About the Program
The Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery fellowship provides the fellow experience in the treatment of polytrauma, musculoskeletal trauma including pelvis and acetabular fractures, post-traumatic reconstruction, and hip and pelvis reconstruction. There is extensive opportunity for clinical and basic science research. The University of Rochester Medical Center is a Level I Trauma center with more than 3,200 trauma patients per year. This fellowship is staffed by three full-time and one part-time fellowship-trained traumatologists.
Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship Faculty
Fellows will have the opportunity to learn through both formal and informal discussions. There are basic science, biomechanical, and clinical research opportunities available to the Fellow. Participation in clinical or basic science research is required.
This fellowship is ACGME accredited.
- The OTA Fellowship Application
- Three letters of Recommendation
- Your Current CV
Please submit your application through the SF Match. Additional information can be found on the OTA fellowship web site.
Information sessions will be held at the OTA.
Interviews will be held in accordance to the San Francisco Match time line.
Fellowship candidates must have completed a US or Canadian Orthopaedic residency program and be ABOS-eligible or certified.
We participate in the Orthopaedic Trauma match, administered by the San Francisco Matching Service.
Individual dates for each person interviewed.
URMC Trauma Division