Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs in the Department of Surgery.

  • Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellowship

    The Medical College of Wisconsin Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellowship provides an outstanding broad-based education in cardiothoracic surgery, including the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular and general thoracic disease, and the value of our specialty in the interdisciplinary approach to patient care.

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  • Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowship

    The mission of the Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowship Program is to cultivate compassionate, technically excellent surgeons who will be future leaders in the field of oncology by preparing them with an expansive foundation in the multidisciplinary care of cancer patients and the ability to address the unique needs of both urban and rural communities.

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  • Endocrine Surgery Fellowship

    The fellowship is a collaborative program between Endocrine Surgery (Department of Surgery, Division of Surgical Oncology) and Head and Neck Surgery (Department of Otolaryngology).

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  • Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary (HPB) Fellowship

    The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) offers a one-year HPB Fellowship (Program) for fully trained general surgeons who desire advanced clinical and research training in the field of liver, pancreas and biliary surgery. The Program’s goal is to develop compassionate, technically excellent academic surgeons who will be future leaders in the field of HPB surgery.

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  • MIGS Bariatric Fellowship

    The MIS/Bariatric Fellow will be a part of all that a teaching hospital has to offer including working with General Surgery Residents who will assist with the care of your patients.

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  • Pediatric Surgery Fellowship

    The Pediatric Surgery Fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is a two-year clinical training program approved in 2002 by the ACGME.

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  • Transplant Surgery Education

    The academic program of the Transplant Surgery Division is aimed at providing MCW surgical residents with experience in abdominal organ transplantation and related surgical procedures including organ procurement and vascular access in adults as well as in pediatric patients.

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  • Trauma Fellowships

    Find links to learn about the trauma and acute care fellowship programs.

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  • Vascular Surgery Fellowship

    The Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program consists of a 24-month clinical training period, focusing on the complete evaluation and treatment of all aspects of vascular disease.

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