Our laboratory provides a rich experience in both basic and clinical research for a two year research fellowship to start July 1, 2022.
Our investigative interests are broad and include developing animal models to study fetal anomalies and testing new innovative therapies to correct those anomalies in utero. Additionally, we study effects of anesthesia on the fetus, early predictors and preventative therapies of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), various congenital anomalies, and wound healing. Clinically we examine the outcomes of congenital anomalies such congenital diaphragmatic hernia, sacrococcygeal teratoma, omphalocele and congenital lung masses. Fellows in our laboratory can engage in a wide variety of basic science and clinical research projects. There is the opportunity to maintain surgical skills, performing large animal surgery (pigs and sheep) as well as microsurgery.
PGY2 and PGY3 surgical residents should send only CV and cover letter describing relevant experience and career goals to [email protected] ONLY.
Other materials may be requested at a later date but please do not send any additional materials at this time, and please do not send your application directly to the PI.
Please state explicitly that you can commit to a two-year term of research. Failure to comply with application instructions will result in the application not being reviewed.
May 19, 2021