Cleveland Clinic Department of Plastic Surgery Research Fellowship Program Duration - 1 positions is available. Typically, a one-year commitment but longer is preferred. - funded positions are available for US medical students, MD/DOs and international applicants.
Goals and Objectives for Training The Cleveland Clinic Department of Plastic Surgery research fellowship program is a comprehensive program allowing the fellows to gain experience both in basic science and clinical research. Fellows conduct and assist with preparation of the research projects, obtaining IACUC and IRB approvals, grant application and animal and human subject research. In addition, fellows are trained in basic and advanced microsurgery techniques and help running the microsurgery training course. The fellows are involved also in multiple research projects involving anatomical dissection in the anatomy lab. The fellowship program is designed to develop research skills, help teach clinical and scientific knowledge, as well as build fellows into future surgeon-scientists in a rigorous but collegial setting. Educational Program - Basic Curriculum Outside of their research duties, research fellows are expected to attend actively weekly plastic surgery conferences, lab meetings and monthly journal clubs hosted by the department of Plastic Surgery. They are further encouraged to attend national meetings, partake in cadaver labs, and make full use of the microsurgery lab during their time as a fellow.
Prerequisite Training/Selection Criteria - Any US Medical Student (MD or DO) or who has dedicated research time; - Any International MD that has satisfied the TOEFL exam requirements. ECFMG certification is desirable.
Send updated CV, ECFGM certification, USMLE scores and 2 letters of recommendation to Dr Bahar Bassiri Gharb ([email protected]). Shortlisted applicants will be notified by email.
Nov 02, 2021