In addition to multiple fellowships and the general surgery residency, the Division of Trauma, Critical Care, Burn and Emergency Surgery offers a number of courses and educational programs for physicians working in the field of emergency, trauma and critical care. Click titles below for more information.
Acute Care surgery Fellowship
This four to six month program (non-ACGME accredited) is designed to provide the fellows with broad training in elective and emergency general surgery, as well as trauma surgery and certain surgical subspecialties. This will provide a second year of training in addition to the critical care fellowship that is already offered by the Division of Trauma, Critical Care, Burn and Emergency Surgery. The fellowship is overseen by seven full-time trauma/critical care surgeons, who have a wide variety of clinical and research interests.
Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
Accredited by the ACGME, we offer two positions in surgical critical care. The twelve-month curriculum includes rotations in four ICUs, elective rotations and research. The fellowship program is overseen by seven full-time trauma/critical care surgeons.
International Research Fellowship
A one- to two-year fellowship that allows candidates to work intimately with trauma teams and internationally recognized academic surgeons to build international relationships and offer direct observation of the U.S. acute care surgery system for experience that can be taken back to the fellow's home country. Includes publication of manuscripts under the guidance of faculty.