Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship
This fellowship program is non-ACGME and non-accredited. The microsurgery fellowship is based on a large clinical referral base from five states and 25% of the area of the United States. The program was started in 2009 and graduated its first fellow in 2010. The fellowship educational experience is intrinsically linked to the UW Medicine Center for Reconstructive Surgery, a multi-disciplinary team with coordinated clinical and academic activities. This is a fellowship in elective microsurgery. Replants are not included. All applicants should review Washington state licensing requirements on the Washington Department of Health website to ensure they meet the criteria for obtaining a Washington state medical license. Please visit Washington State Department of Health Licensing Requirements for more information about WA state licensing requirements.
Names and Current Positions of our fellows in the past 8 years:
|2016||Theodore A. Kung||Current Fellow|
|2015||Marie-Pascale Tremblay-Champagne||Montreal, Canada|
|2014||Manish Champaneria||PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center|
|2013||Alex Gougoutas||University of Washington|
|2012||Julie Holding||University of Kansas|
|2011||Ethan Larson||University of Arizona|
|2010||James Edwards||Providence Health System—
Mill Creek Washington
|2009||Kah Woon Leo||Singapore General Hospital|
Number of surgeons the fellow will operate with at least every two weeks: 5
Number of hospital sites where this position performs elective cases: 3
Average number of OR day blocks the fellows will attend per week: 3
Average number of clinics that the fellow will attend per week: 1.5
Case components of fellowship:
|Complex Non-Microsurgical Reconstruction||
|Head and Neck||
|Breast Implant Reconstruction||
|Autologous Tissue Breast Reconstruction||
|Specialty cases include functioning muscle transfer for facial re-animation|
Program is a one-year appointment, July 1st – June 30th.
Number of Fellows Accepted Per Year: 1
The salary for this position is commensurate with institutional guidelines relative to the educational level of the individual involved.
Only complete applications will be considered for this fellowship. Use the Central Application Service application form to apply.
Mailed copies will not be retained.
Application requirements and link to application process is at: www.sfmatch.org.
Deadline for Central Application:
April 18, 2016
June 24, 2016
Additional Information for International Applicants:
Fellowship is available to United States and Canadian citizens who have graduated from an accredited plastic residency program. Canadian applicants must have taken the Canadian equivalent to USMLE steps 1 and 2. UW will sponsor a J-1 Visa for the successful applicant. Applications from individuals who require an H1-B Visa are not accepted.
Please use Plastic Surgery HMC Admin address.