This program is one year in length and is offered to fully trained surgeons from outside the United States and Canada who desire further expertise in hepatopancreatobiliary surgery. This will provide the fellow the opportunity to become well-trained in the field of HPB surgery, as well as to become a leader in the multidisciplinary care of the cancer patient. The program also offers a very unique opportunity to learn the surgical techniques for pancreatectomies associated with vascular resection and reconstruction for locally advanced pancreatic cancer and minimally invasive HPB procedures (both robotic and laparoscopic).
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In addition, the selected candidate must qualify for, and obtain, a training license to practice medicine from the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, in accordance with its requirements.
Applications must include the following items:
Fellowship Application Form, which will require the following information/documents:
Completed applications should be returned by October 31, 2021. Selected candidates are encouraged to come to Colorado to interview; however, Skype interviews are also offered if travel is not possible.
Marco Del Chiaro, MD, PhD
Chief, Division of Surgical Oncology
Program Director, HPB International Fellowship
Director of Education
Department of Surgery
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Aug 30, 2021