Pediatric Surgery Training Program
The Pediatric Surgery Training Program offers intensive and broad exposure to the practice of pediatric surgery over a two-year period. During the first year, the fellow rotates for six months at Johns Hopkins Hospital and for six months at the University of Maryland Hospital in order to provide experience with clinical populations of two large university services.
International Fellowship Now Available
The Divisions of Pediatric Surgery at the Johns Hopkins
University and the University of Maryland are pleased to announce the
availability of an international fellowship in pediatric surgery as well as a
research fellowship in pediatric surgery to start in July 2011. The positions
are for one to two years with salary commensurate to experience ($40-57K/year
plus benefits). International clinical
fellows will be exposed to state-of-the-art techniques in pediatric surgery and
be involved in all aspects of the clinical care of children. Research Fellows will work with a faculty
mentor to complete clinical or applied scientific projects within the
fellowship period. Research topics include pediatric surgical outcomes-,
clinical trials-, transplant-, and trauma-related investigations. Call rotation will average every 4th
to every 5th night on call. Interested individuals should email
their CV to Division administrator Barbara Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second year is spent at Johns Hopkins. An optional third year of research training also is offered. Candidates for the program are selected through the Pediatric Surgery Resident Matching Program.
To apply for residency at the divisions of Pediatric Surgery please visit the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) website.
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