Adult Reconstruction Fellowship
The Emory University Adult Reconstruction Surgery Fellowship offers a specialized orthopaedic surgery experience featuring advanced training in all aspects of both uncomplicated and complex problems of the hip and knee. Experience in minimally invasive and alternative approaches to the hip and knee (e.g. direct anterior approach for total hip arthroplasty), unicondylar knee replacement, arthroscopic surgery of the hip, hip resurfacing, management of femoroacetabular impingement, revision hip and knee replacement, navigation and other state-of-the-art techniques will be included. The fellow will be active clinically with a high volume surgical experience. The fellowship will also include resident education, weekly conferences, journal club and research opportunities. Applicants must have successfully completed a U.S. or Canadian orthopaedic residency training program and be board eligible.
- Greg Erens, MD (Fellowship Director)
- Thomas Bradbury Jr., MD
- George Guild III, MD
- James Roberson, MD
|Dustin Hoffman, MD||Keerat Singh, MD|
1 year (starting August 1 and ending July 31)
The Adult Reconstruction Fellow will be credentialed as an Emory faculty member at the Senior Associate level during his/her fellowship. A comprehensive health insurance, malpractice and benefits package is also provided. The fellow will receive two weeks of paid vacation during the year.
This fellowship will participate in the Adult Reconstructive Hip and Knee Fellowship Match run by the San Francisco Matching Program. For information regarding the match including a timetable, please go to www.sfmatch.org
Please send inquires to:
Ka'Lynde Smith, Fellowship Coordinator
Race, creed, sex, national origin, and marital status play no role in the admission of any applicant.