The Fellowship Database is used to maintain all fellowship requirements. Please click here to visit the database to upload your requirements or check for missing requirements. The Fellowship Program under the auspices of the Educational and Research Foundation for the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is widely respected by the medical community and represents the finest post-graduate program in the world for the training of facial plastic surgeons.
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The fellow is immersed in a rich surgical and clinical experience in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery with particular emphasis on congenital craniofacial disorders, craniomaxillofacial surgery, post-ablative reconstruction of the head and neck, Mohs reconstruction, rhinoplasty and cosmetic facial surgery. Experience in the surgical management of cleft lip and palate, craniosynostosis, traumatic facial bone and soft tissue injuries is ample and also unique to this fellowship. The goal of the fellowship directors is to prepare the fellow for a career in academic facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Department Resources Password Required. The fellow will be exposed to both reconstructive and cosmetic cases. This includes an extensive experience in rhinoplasty and nasal reconstruction, Mohs surgery reconstructions, trauma, facial reanimation, and exposure to microtia repairs.
Funding for these projects will be through the Department and various other sources. The Fellow will conduct a joint clinic with the Preceptor to maintain both preoperative and postoperative evaluation of patients. The Fellow will participate in the clinical decision making, as well as have broad latitude as experience is gained in the management of these patients.
Russell W. The fellowship program provides postgraduate training in facial plastic surgery. The objectives of the fellowship program are to:.
The fellowship, founded more than 35 years ago, offers broad exposure to all aspects of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. The one-year fellowship offers one position each year with graduated independence under the direction of our Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery team. This is a significant opportunity for autonomy in a variety of settings.
A working visit is defined as a period of weeks, during which observation and training in clinical management and surgery is offered. It is important to understand that a working visit is distinct from a fellowship training program in facial plastic surgery and as such provides no credential. LIST A.