The following is a list of available fellowship positions available outside the scope of the annual Abdominal Transplant Surgery Match. Only programs that participate in the annual match but do not match are eligible to post an open position.
If you are a Fellowship Training Program Director of an Accredited Abdominal Fellowship Training Program and would like to post a listing, email Chelsey Gordon to post your ad. Programs are responsible for notifying ASTS when the position has been filled.
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, 2019. 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 Certified and we participate in the SF match system.
Interested applicants should submit a Curriculum Vitae to:
Michael Zimmerman, MD, FACS c/o Jim Hyland, Senior Division Administrator
Director, Transplant Fellowship Program
Medical College of Wisconsin
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center/Case Western Reserve University
The Transplant Institute at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, affiliated with Case Western Reserve University, seeks applications from highly motivated individuals for its ASTS-Accredited Abdominal Transplant Surgery Fellowship. The program is accredited to train in kidney transplantation. During this 2-year (24-month) fellowship, fellows will have access to kidney Transplantation (adult and pediatric), vascular access (open and endovascular), laparoscopic donor nephrectomy, with opportunities to participate in Liver Transplants. The Fellow candidate will be expected to participate fully in all aspects of patient care including adult and pediatric organ procurement and transplantation, donor and recipient pre-and post-operative care and follow-up. Our program is supported by Advanced Practice Providers to allow the Fellow (and residents) to focus on clinical and academic training. There is a robust opportunity for research (Basic science or Clinical) with independent research activity expected of the Fellow. The Fellow will be provided a generous annual stipend for books and conference attendance. A complete didactic curriculum and commitment to training Independent Transplant Surgeons are embedded in our program.
Successful applicants will begin August 1, 2019.
We seek candidates who embrace and reflect diversity in the broadest sense.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of application (personal statement), current Curriculum Vitae, USMLE (Steps I, II and III) transcripts, and the names of three references to:
Meelie DebRoy, MD
Director, Transplant Surgery Fellowship
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
11100 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44106
University Hospitals is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.