Under the leadership of Reshma Biniwale, MD, UCLA offers a 1-year ACGME Accredited Congenital Cardiac Surgery Fellowship. As one of only twelve elite training programs for congenital heart disease, UCLA’s heart surgery program is a major referral center for children with congenital or acquired heart disease. Over 400 congenital heart surgeries are performed each year by our pediatric heart surgeons. UCLA also has one of the largest pediatric heart transplant programs, including complex congenital transplant recipients and adolescent redo heart transplant. During this fellowship, surgeons can be exposed to patients from newborns to older adults with congenital heart disease. As a fellow, you will take part in Morbidity and Mortality conferences once a week, attend journal clubs, and take part in the congenital teaching conference that has been provided by the Thoracic Surgical Directors Association, TSDA. Following successful completion of this program, fellows will be board-eligible for Congenital Cardiac Surgery through the ABTS. For more information, please contact Desiree Valeriano. Learn more>
The UCLA Craniofacial Surgery Fellowship is a one-year, non-ACGME accredited fellowship offered to applicants who have completed their residency in plastic surgery. While Fellows spend the majority of their time operating out of the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, they will also participate in cases at the Olive View-UCLA Medical Center, Harbor-UCLA, Kaiser-Sunset Orthopedic Hospital and White Memorial Hospital. The Fellow plays an important role in the education of the plastic surgery residents. Fellows participate in hospital and clinical rounds with the plastic surgery residents. They provide didactic instruction on craniomaxillofacial facial topics, and act as consultants to the plastic surgery resident covering facial trauma call. In addition, the Fellow is expected to participate in, present and publish clinical research. Learn more >
Endocrine Surgery Clinical Fellowship - Gales-Mariani Clinical Fellowship in Endocrine Surgery UCLA Endocrine Surgery is currently offering one position per year for this 50% clinical, 50% research training experience. Current general surgery chief residents interested in the position may apply at this time through the AAES fellowship match program. We invite qualified applicants to join our Endocrine Surgery family here in beautiful West Los Angeles, where we will foster your development into an expert endocrine surgeon in an environment that is rigorous, intellectually robust, fast-paced, nurturing, and fun. Endocrine Surgery Fellowship Training >
UCLA offers a one-year Heart and Lung Transplantation Fellowship to Board Certified/Board eligible Thoracic Surgeons. The cardiac transplantation fellow experiences all aspects of heart transplantation, including patient selection, pre-operative and post-operative management, as well as training in harvest and implantation techniques.
Applicants must have completed a general and cardiothoracic surgery residency and should apply at least one year in advance of the July 1st start date. A California Medical License is required. Please send curriculum vitae and letter of interest to Chellee Klepp. Learn more>
The UCLA Microvascular Fellowship offers post-residency subspecialty training in microvascular surgery. Candidates must have completed a plastic surgery residency and demonstrate an interest in pursuing a career in academic medicine. The surgeons at UCLA Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery provide reconstructive support to the Revlon/UCLA Breast Center, performing both immediate and delayed breast reconstruction to post-mastectomy breast cancer survivors. Fellows fully participate in the flap team, refining their abilities under the microscope while assisting in upwards of 180-200 free flaps per year. Learn more>
The Dumont-UCLA Transplant Center and the Dumont-UCLA Liver Cancer Center offer a dual American Society of Transplant Surgeons (ASTS) accredited fellowship in both multi-organ transplantation and hepatobiliary surgery. This 2 year program provides an intensive experience in transplantation of the liver, kidney, pancreas and small bowel in addition to hepatobiliary surgery. UCLA participates in the Match Program (NRMP) and has 2-3 fellowship positions available each year. Applicants must have completed a US general surgery residency and be eligible for an unrestricted California medical license.
The closing date for 2018-2020 applications is March 10, 2017. For more information, please call (310) 267- 8054.
To apply, please submit a curriculum vitae and letter of interest to:
Ronald W. Busuttil, MD, PhDDistinguished Professor and Executive Chairman, UCLA Department of Surgery Chief, Division of Liver and Pancreas Transplantation David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA 757 Westwood Plaza, Suite 8236 Los Angeles, CA firstname.lastname@example.org
Vascular Surgery - Fellowship
The Division of Vascular Surgery administers the training program in Vascular Surgery and Vascular Disease Management. One resident is accepted each year into the two-year program, which includes one year of diagnosis of vascular disease and performance of endovascular procedures, and one year of open vascular surgical procedures.
The vascular fellowship is conducted within the UCLA Medical Center and the VA West Los Angeles Medical Center. The Vascular Fellows work side by side with general surgery residents who rotate through the vascular service at the UCLA Medical Center during their junior and chief resident years. The Vascular Surgery faculty staff rotations at the West Los Angeles VA Medical Center, UCLA Santa Monica, and the Olive View UCLA Medical Center, providing residents and fellows with a continuity of clinical experience across multiple training sites. For more information, please call the Vascular Surgery Education Office at (310) 825-8778.