The Adult Reconstruction 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, and clinical and laboratory research opportunities are numerous. Conference schedules include a weekly joint replacement conference, a bioengineering meeting, grand rounds, x-ray conference, educational conferences, and monthly journal clubs.
This one-year fellowship begins August 1 and ends July 31. Three non-ACGME-accredited fellowship positions are available each year.
The Stanford Adult ReconstructionFellowship accepts applications through the 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.
October 31, 2021
January 22, 2022
February 12, 2022
Total Joint Replacement at Stanford Hospital
As discussed by Stuart Goodman, MD, PhD
Healthcare Reform and Total Joint Replacement
Presented by Stanford Hospital's Dr. James Huddleston
2022 - 2023
Jonathan Behrens, MD
Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine
Residency Program: St. Louis University Hospital
Cory Knecht, MD
Medical School: Ohio State University College of Medicine
Residency Program: Cleveland Clinic Akron General
Landon Polakof, MD
Medical School: Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine
Residency Program: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
The Stanford Adult Reconstruction fellowship is a proud grant recipient of the
OMeGA Medical Grants Association and the Smith & Nephew Grants Program.