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Trauma, Burn & Critical Care Surgery Education

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Trauma-Surgical Critical Care Fellowship: One Year

This is a one-year fellowship with an emphasis on trauma system development and trauma quality assurance and improvement programs. There are four available positions in this track. This is a fully accredited ACGME one-year program. Graduating fellows in this track will be eligible for the Surgical Critical Care certificate by the American Board of Surgery. Fellows within this track will gain a wide range of critical care experience primarily during their 6 months in the Trauma/Surgical ICU at Harborview Medical Center, but will spend time gaining additional critical care experience at Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington Medical Center Cardiothoracic ICU, and Seattle VA Hospital. More Information >>


Burn Surgical Critical Care Fellowship: One Year

There are two available positions in this track, which combines clinical burn training and Surgical Critical Care training. This is a fully accredited ACGME one-year program. Graduating fellows in this track will be eligible for the Surgical Critical Care certificate examination offered by the American Board of Surgery. Located at Harborview Medical Center, the Burn-Surgical Critical Care fellows participate in a wide range of experiences in the acute and long-term care of burn patients. This includes overseeing the management of acutely burned patients, as well as planning the surgical strategy for these patients. Fellows participate in the surgical management and lead the burn team in both critical and floor care. More Information >>


Cardiovascular-Surgical Critical Care Fellowship

This one-year track has two available positions which combines clinical Cardiovascular Critical Care training and Surgical Critical Care training. This is a fully accredited ACGME one-year program. Graduating fellows in this track will be eligible for the Surgical Critical Care certificate examination offered by the American Board of Surgery. Located primarily at the University of Washington Medical Center, Cardiovascular-Surgical Critical Care fellows participate in a wide range of critical care experiences of patients with cardiovascular disease. More Information >>


T32 NIH, NIGMS Institutional Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Trauma, Injury and Inflammation

This program is a two-year institutional NIH, NRSA-funded postdoctoral fellowship in translational and applied laboratory research. The goal of this program is to provide scientists-in-training with mentorship and practical experience with research methods related to the biology of trauma, sepsis, and burns and to prepare them for a career in academic surgery. More Information >>


Visiting Scholar Program

If space is available in the area of interest, the Division of Trauma and Burn Surgery accepts Visiting Scholars for variable periods. You should supply a clear statement of your areas of interest, qualifications, and complete CV. Only observational clinical experience is available. More Information >>