Fellowship Details

MD Anderson Cancer Ctr. Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship

Contact Person For Application: Leanne Frazer
P.O. Box 301402
Department of Plastic Surgery - Unit 1488
Houston, TX  77030
United States
Fellowship Type: Microsurgery
Fellowship Title: MD Anderson Cancer Ctr. Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship
1400 Pressler
Houston, TX  77030
United States
Geographic Region: Southwest
Number of years this fellowship has existed: More than 10 years
Fellowship Director: Matthew Hanasono, MD
Additional Faculty: David M. Adelman, MD, PhD; Donald P. Baumann, MD; Charles E. Butler, MD; Edward Chang, MD; Carrie Chu, MD; Mark Clemens, MD; Patrick Garvey, MD; Summer Hanson, MD; Victor Hassid, MD: Sahil Kapur, MD: Rene Largo, MD; Alexander Mericli, MD; Scott D. Oates, MD; Jesse Selber, MD: Gregory Reece, MD; Geoffrey L. Robb, MD; Margaret Roubaud, MD: Mark Schaverien, MD: Mark Villa, MD: Peirong Yu, MD
Duration and Calendar Year of Fellowship: July 1 to June 30
Clinical Work:
(total # of cases per year for all fellows)
Free Flaps: 653
Complex Non-Microsurgical Reconstruction: 958
Nerve Repairs: 76
Replants: 0
Head and Neck: 400
Breast Implant Reconstruction: 737
Upper Extremity: 32
Autologus Tissue Breast Reconstruction: 361
Trunk: 285
Perforater Breast Flap Reconstruction: 252
Specialty Cases: additional clinical work = Lower Extremity 83; Specialty Cases: 958
Number of Fellows Accepted per year: 8
Stipend (Annual): PGY - 6 $63,648 PGY - 7 $66,320 PGY - 8 $68,723
Night and Weekend Call: (Approximately every eighth day)
Laboratory Research Opportunities (available or required): Available
Clinical Research Opportunities: Clinical research included
Prerequisite/requisite training required: Applicants must have completed a plastic surgery residency.
Other Training Required: Applicants must be board eligible or certified in plastic surgery.
Application Deadline: April 30
Interview Period: May 11 to May 12
Additional Program Information: The Department of Plastic Surgery has 21 staff members who do a wide variety of oncology-related reconstructive surgery with emphasis on microvascular techniques. Primary areas of involvement include head and neck, breast, chest wall, pelvic, and extremity reconstruction, with approximately 600 microvascular procedures performed yearly.
Website Link: https://www2.mdanderson.org/sapp/discover/
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