Pediatric Orthopaedic Fellowship

Contact: Nicholas Fletcher, MD - nicholas.d.fletcher@emory.edu

Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center offers a post-graduate fellowship in pediatric orthopaedics.  Established in 2012, the fellowship focuses on multiple areas including pediatric trauma, spinal deformity, child and adolescent hip reconstruction, neuromuscular disorders, foot deformity, pediatric sports medicine, and upper extremity reconstruction.  In addition to two fellowship trained pediatric faculty, fellows will also learn from some outstanding community practice physicians at the Pediatric Orthopaedics Association (POA).

Emory Faculty

POA Faculty

  • Joseph Stone, MD
  • Sayan De, MD
  • Peter Meehan, MD
  • Albert Pendleton, MD

Vacant Position

Description of the Fellowship

The pediatric orthopaedic fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine is under the supervision of Dr. Nicholas Fletcher. The fellowship seeks to provide its fellows with a broad and varied exposure to the diagnosis and treatment of children with musculoskeletal disorders. Fellows will have the opportunity to work with eight pediatric orthopaedists with a focus in multiple areas including pediatric trauma, spinal deformity, child and adolescent hip reconstruction, neuromuscular disorders, foot deformity, pediatric sports medicine, and upper extremity reconstruction. Clinical work will be divided between the Emory Orthopaedic Center and Pediatric Orthopaedic Associates offices and the operative exposure will occur at Egleston hospital, Georgia's only level one pediatric trauma center.  Fellows will also play a vital role in our weekly education conferences and will be expected to participate in clinical or basic science research.

The fellowship lasts for one academic year, which begins August 1st.  Applicants must have completed an accredited residency program and must have a valid Georgia medical license and DEA license by the beginning of fellowship.

Application

Interested applicants, please apply online at www.sfmatch.org

Program identification number: 4604

Please send any questions to:

Nandi Ali, Fellowship Coordinator
E-mail: nandi.ali@emory.edu
404-778-6970