Joseph H. Boyes Hand Fellowship
Fellows gain extensive experience in trauma, microvascular, congenital, rheumatoid problems, and burns. A microsurgical laboratory allows fellows to practice supervised microsurgical techniques. A rotation dedicated to shoulder and elbow surgery is included.
Weekly conferences include a lecture presentation, review of journals and case presentations. A visiting guest speaker lectures monthly.
Each fellow is required to complete at least one scientific paper suitable for publication in a major journal and presentation at a national meeting.
The fellowship is open to board-eligible orthopaedic, plastic or general surgeons. A valid California medical license is required.
Milan Stevanovic, MD, PhD
Boyes Hand Fellowship Program Director
Duration: One year
Stipend: $73,862.16/yr plus benefits
Location: Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center and Keck Medical Center of USC
Applying for the Hand Fellowship
This ACGME-accredited fellowship is filled through the National Residency Matching Program.
For more information, contact:
Boyes Hand Fellowship Program Coordinator
Phone: (323) 226-7346