The following is a list of available fellowship positions available outside the scope of the annual Abdominal Transplant Surgery Match.
If you are a Fellowship Training Program Director of an ASTS accredited abdominal fellowship training program and would like to post a listing, please click here to submit your information.
Medical College of Wisconsin
The Medical College of Wisconsin Division of Transplant Surgery is seeking a candidate for fellowship training in Transplant Surgery for a two year term starting August 1, 2018.Our comprehensive transplant program includes both adult and pediatric kidney and liver transplantation, performed at our campus located in the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center. Interested candidates should be American Board C/E or foreign equivalent, have passed USMLE Step 3, and eligible for licensure in Wisconsin. Our kidney transplant fellowship is ASTS accredited and we participate in the NRMP match system.
To apply please contact:
Michael ZImmerman, MD
Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans offers a comprehensive program in abdominal organ transplantation surgical training. We offer training in liver, kidney and pancreas transplant. We offer the opportunity to experience a high volume program. The fellow may get exposure to robotic living donor nephrectomy. Fellows are involved in all aspects of patient care. There are numerous opportunities to do research.
We are accepting applications for a fellowship position beginning Dec 1, 2018.
Applicants please submit personal statement, CV, USMLE,ECFMG and three letters of recommendations. Applicants must have completed USMLE step 1 and Step 2 and be eligible for licensure in the state of Louisiana
Contact: Ian Carmody MD
University of Minnesota
Applications are now being accepted for July 2019 fellowship appointment in the two-year, advanced ASTS-accredited Multi-Organ Transplantation training program at the University of Minnesota. Applicants must be board certified, eligible, or equivalent in general surgery and hold or be eligible to obtain State of Minnesota medical licensure. The Minnesota Board of Medical Practice requires a minimum of two years of ACGME, AOA, or RCPSC-accredited residency or fellowship training within the United States or Canada to apply for and obtain a medical license.
Responsibilities include 24 months of specialty training in donor surgery, vascular access, and in kidney, pancreas, and liver transplantation. Successful candidates will be appointed as full-time, yearly renewable non-tenure track Instructors of Surgery or as Medical Fellows, depending on eligibility. This position’s start date is July 1, 2019.
To apply, please complete and submit a UMN Application (provided on the URL webpage below), a recent CV, and three letters of recommendation to:
University of Minnesota
Division of Transplantation
420 Delaware St. SE, MMC 195
Minneapolis, MN 55455
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