Surgical Critical Care Fellowship

Surgical Critical Care Fellowship

This fellowship program accepts up to five fellows per year. Completion qualifies the fellow to meet the current criteria for admission to the Certificate of Added Competence examination given by the American Board of Surgery.

Our program provides invaluable opportunities including:

  • In-depth exposure to the main principles of critical care in an intense clinical and research atmosphere encompassing the range of critical care problems related to surgical diseases
  • The ability to function as a critical care surgeon at the staff level
  • Experience in administrative issues related to management of an ICU
  • The opportunity to conduct clinical and basic science research on a broad variety of interests, including treatments of sepsis, infectious diseases, acute lung injury, and cell and molecular biology of inflammation
  • Participation in a formal lecture and reading program

We offer a comprehensive combination of clinical experiences and research opportunities for fellows to apply new advances in critical care.


Our Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program at the University of Minnesota is a one-year ACGME-accredited program open to physicians who have completed at least three clinical years in one of the following specialties: anesthesiology, emergency medicine (additional requirements), neurological surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopaedic surgery, otolaryngology, surgery, thoracic surgery, vascular surgery or urology.

How To Apply:

Please submit a copy of your CV and personal statement.

Contact Information:

For questions, please contact Dr. Bulander, Program Director ([email protected]).

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    Sep 12, 2022

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    Minneapolis, Minnesota

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