The Transplant Center at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona is one of the highest volume transplant centers in the United States. The two-year Abdominal Transplant Surgery Fellowship provides extensive clinical training in all aspects of liver, kidney, and pancreas transplantation.
In 2019, the program performed 168 liver transplants, 433 kidney transplants, 20 pancreas transplants, and 75 live donor nephrectomy procedures annually. The appropriate use of "extended criteria" deceased donor organs is heavily emphasized. There is also significant exposure to complex HPB surgery. There are also opportunities for research and external rotations at other Mayo Clinic sites.
We have one fellowship position open immediately for individuals who have completed general surgery training. The program trains 1-2 fellows each year. We are accredited by the Transplant Accreditation and Certification Council of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons.
More information is available on our website: https://college.mayo.edu/acade...
Applicants should have completed general surgery training.
Please send your CV, board scores, letter of recommendation from your program director, any any other relevant documentation to:
Megan Wohlman - Program Coordinator, Abdominal Transplant Surgery Fellowship at [email protected], or
Amit Mathur MD MS FACS - Fellowship Director, Abdominal Transplant Surgery Fellowship [email protected]