Adult Reconstruction Fellowship

The goal of this program is to help the Fellow develop a basic understanding of surgery for arthritis including medical and surgical management of musculoskeletal conditions of peripheral joints. Consisting of didactic and clinical study of the arthropathies of the peripheral joints, the fellowship includes education in prevention and nonoperative treatment and surgical therapy for these problems. The program is designed to enable the Fellow to achieve competence in basic science skills involving the target diseases. The Fellow will participate in educational programs at the University of Colorado Hospital.

Duration: 1 year (August 1 to July 31).

Application Deadline: December 1st

For more information or how to apply: 

Applications must be made through San Francisco Match using the Central Application Service (CAS). 

Residents in our program must be U.S. Citizens, lawful permanent residents, refugees, or asylees, or possess the appropriate documentation to allow a resident to legally train at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine.

For questions regarding International Medical Graduates, please visit the Graduate Medical Education (GME) website.

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The University of Colorado is an equal-opportunity employer.

The Fellow will gain expertise in adult reconstructive issues, and will be exposed to numerous cases. The fellow will also be involved in multiple ongoing clinical trials involving the newest adult reconstructive technologies.
The Fellow will be expected to be involved with a research project worthy of publication or presentation. Extensive resources and world-class facilities are available on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, one of the foremost research and surgical facilities in the country, located in the beautiful Denver Metro area.
The one-year fellowship will be spent at University of Colorado Hospital and the VA. The Fellow will interact with residents from the orthopedic program at the University.
The stipend is commensurate with a University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine PGY-6 salary
Please visit the Graduate Medical Education (GME) website for the full listing of resident/fellow benefits.
Applicants must have completed an ACGME-accredited residency program in Orthopedic Surgery. 

Attending Staff

Craig Hogan, MD

Craig Hogan, MD
Program Director
Associate Professor
CU Orthopedics

Program Coordinator

Jaclyn Widhalm, Program Coordinator
Program Coordinator
Jaclyn Widhalm
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