Limb Preservation and Wound Care Fellowship

Limb Preservation and Wound Care Fellowship

The Johns Hopkins Limb Preservation and Wound Care Fellowship is a 1-year, ACGME-equivalent clinical fellowship within the Division of Vascular Surgery & Endovascular Therapy at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD is now accepting applications for the 2023-2024 academic year.

The Limb Preservation and Wound Care Fellow will receive unequaled, fully integrated multidisciplinary training to competently provide diabetic wound evaluation, surgical techniques employing evidenced-based wound salvage paradigms and complex wound reconstruction. Our proven limb salvage pathways incorporate a variety of wound modalities, coupled with our technological savvy Noraxon Computer-Assisted Gait Analysis (CAGA), providing patients with the greatest opportunity for continued limb preservation and remaining in remission and ulcer-free. We are seeking a fellow to start July 1, 2023.

This fellowship is appropriate for surgeons from a multitude of backgrounds including general, orthopedic, plastic, podiatric, and vascular surgery, and may also be applicable to general surgery residents interested in limb preservation during their research year.

For more information about the program, kindly visit https://www.hopkinsmedicine.or...

How To Apply:

Applicants will need to provide the following:

  1. A curriculum vitae
  2. Personal statement
  3. Three letters of recommendation (including a letter from a current residency program director if applicable)

To apply, please contact our program coordinator, Katy Bender at [email protected] or our program Director, Ronald Sherman, DPM, MBA at [email protected]

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    Sep 16, 2022

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    St Petersburg, Florida

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