Fellowships

The University at Buffalo Department of Surgery offers a variety of fellowships from surgical critical care to pediatric and minimally invasive surgery.

Surgical Critical Care Fellowship

The University at Buffalo Department of Surgery is now offering an ACGME accredited fellowship program in Surgical Critical Care. Led by program director Dr. William Flynn Jr., the mission of the program is to prepare trainees for the responsibilities and commitments to surgical critical care of sick and critically injured patients.

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Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) Fellowship

The University at Buffalo MIS Fellowship seeks to provide a structured educational experience necessary to achieve expertise in minimally invasive surgery techniques relating to advanced GI surgery.

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Colon and Rectal Surgery Fellowship

The Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery offers ACGME-accredited training in colon and rectal surgery. Applicants must have completed full general surgical training in a recognized training program (ACGME) and be eligible for the qualifying examination of the American Board of Surgery.

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Pediatric Surgery Fellowship

The training program in Pediatric Surgery at Oishei Children’s Hospital was established in 1957. The program is currently directed by Carroll Harmon, MD, who co-led the first national effort to assess the safety and efficacy of bariatric surgery on adolescents.

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Vascular Surgery Fellowship

The Division of Vascular Surgery at the University of Buffalo offers an ACGME-approved fellowship (5 + 2) training program in Vascular Surgery. Program director Linda M. Harris, MD, will help you develop the skills you need to be a leader in clinical and academic communities.

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