Adult Reconstruction Hip and Knee Surgery Fellowship

Adult Reconstruction Hip and Knee Surgery Fellowship

A 1 year fellowship in Adult Reconstruction of Hip and Knee will be offered to start in August 2020.

The fellowship is based at the internationally recognized Orthopaedic Surgery department at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. The adult reconstruction fellowship returns to UPMC with renewed enthusiasm and experience. The fellowship is designed to provide a well-rounded experience with exposure to all areas of adult reconstruction including the clinic, operating room, and research. Fellows should expect to graduate with the expertise to diagnose and treat the complete spectrum of hip and knee disease.

For further details about the program, please visit their website at: https://www.orthonet.pitt.edu/educationtraining/fellowships/adult-reconstruction

Prerequisites:

Eligible applicants must have completed an orthopaedic surgery residency. They also need to obtain active medical license in Pennsylvania.

How To Apply:

In order to apply, please email the following documents to the program director. Further information will be requested as needed.

  • CV
  • Personal statement
  • Board results
  • 3 recommendation letters

Contact Information:

Brian Klatt, MD, FAAOS
Fellowship Director
Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery
Chief, Adult Reconstruction
[email protected]

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