Joint Replacement/Adult Reconstruction Fellowship
The Adult Reconstructive Fellowship is offered by the Stanford University Hospital and is designed to provide the fellow with a thorough and comprehensive approach to the medical and surgical management of patients with arthritic conditions affecting the hip and knee. The fellow is expected to participate in research approximately 20% of the time. Clinical and laboratory research opportunities are numerous. Conference schedules include a weekly joint replacement conference, a bioengineering meeting, grand rounds, x-ray conference and monthly journal clubs.
This one-year fellowship begins August 1. Three non-ACGME-accredited fellowship positions are available each year.
The Stanford Adult Total Joint Reconstruction Fellowship accepts applications through the Adult Reconstructive Hip and Knee Fellowship SF Match Program.
Applicants must have a current California State Medical License and be board-eligible, with the satisfactory completion of an approved orthopaedic residency training program. This requires two years of ACGME-accredited training in the United States or Canada and completion of all three parts of the U.S. Medical Licensing Examination.
For more information on the requirements for obtaining a California State Medical License, please visit the Medical Board of California.
For further questions, please contact:
Stuart B. Goodman, MD, PhD
Professor and Fellowship Director, Adult Total Joint Reconstruction
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
450 Broadway Street, Pavilion C
Redwood City, CA 94063-6342
Fellowship Coordinator, Adult Total Joint Reconstruction
Office: (650) 723-2257