Trauma, Burn & Critical Care Surgery Education
This is a one-year surgical critical care program. This program has been approved by the RRC to permit application for Added Qualifications in Surgical Critical Care from the American Board of Surgery.
The Burn Surgical Critical Care Fellowship at Harborview Medical Center is a one year clinical fellowship that is designed to provide a wide range of experience in the acute and long-term care of the burned patient.
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.
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.