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Opportunities by Specialty

Opportunities by Specialty
  • Opportunities by Specialty
  • Cosmetic Facial Surgery
  • Non-CODA Accredited OMS Fellowship Opportunities
  • Oral/Head and Neck Oncology
  • Pediatric Craniomaxillofacial Surgery (Cleft and Craniofacial)
Cosmetic Facial Surgery

Monmouth Medical Center

300 Second Ave., Long Branch,07740 ,

New Jersey,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Cosmetic Surgery
Program Director:
Dr. Manolis Manolakakis
Email:
tscott@advanced-facialsurgery.com
Phone:
732-542-0755
Accreditation Status:
Initial Accreditation
Authorized Enrollment:
1
Last Accreditation Visit:
2015
Next Accreditation Visit:
2020
Duration of Fellowship:
1 year
Description/Requirements:
Non-CODA Accredited OMS Fellowship Opportunities

Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, Pediatric Craniomaxillofacial Surgery Fellowship Training

207 West Gore Street, Suite 302; Orlando, Florida 32806 Orlando,

Florida, 32806

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Cleft Surgery, Craniofacial Surgery, Pediatric Surgery
Program Director:
Ramon L. Ruiz, DMD, MD
Email:
ramon.ruiz@orlandohealth.com
Web Site:
http://orlandohealth.com
Phone:
407-839-8407
Accreditation Status:
Nonaccredited. Application in progress.
Authorized Enrollment:
One fellow per year
Last Accreditation Visit:
Next Accreditation Visit:
Duration of Fellowship:
12 months
Description/Requirements:

Required Application Materials:

  1. Current Curriculum Vitae
  2. A letter describing your interest in fellowship training and future plans following completion of advanced training.  Preference will be given to applicants that have secured a faculty, military, or institutional (e.g. children’s hospital) position following the fellowship training program.
  3. Two letters of recommendation.  One letter must be from your residency chair or program director and the second letter from a colleague or mentor. 
  4. Interview with program faculty.

Eligibility Requirements:

  1. Graduation from an accredited dental school. 
  2. Completion of accredited US or Canadian Residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

Advanced Facial & Oral Surgery

1752 Broad Park Cir N Mansfield,

Texas, 76063

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Orthognathic and TMJ
Program Director:
Dr. Sinn
Email:
dpsinnoms@gmail.com
Phone:
817-225-3223
Accreditation Status:
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Postgraduate fellowship in orthognathic and TMJ surgery offered to recent graduate from accredited OMS program. Expand your skills while working with an accomplished surgeon. Exposure to all aspects of OMS practice is included. All applicants must be eligible to receive a Texas dental license. Contact Dr. Sinn at 817-225-3223 or email dpsinnoms@gmail.com.  

Charleston Area Medical Center

830 Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 302 Charleston,

West Virginia,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Pediatric Craniomaxillofacial Surgery
Program Director:
Bruce B. Horswell, MD, DDS, MS, FACS, Director
Email:
bruce.horswell@camc.org
Web Site:
http://camc.wvu.edu/oralmax/index.htm
Phone:
304-388-3290
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Charleston Area Medical Center and the Department of Surgery are pleased to offer a one-year post-residency fellowship in Pediatric Craniomaxillofacial Surgery available July 1, 2019, to June 30, 2020. The post involves all aspects of surgical and multi-disciplinary management of children with congenital and acquired deformities.  Primary participation in management of craniomaxillofacial trauma and reconstruction, orthognathic surgery, orofacial cancer, pathology, pediatric otolaryngology and cosmetic surgery is also provided. Approximately half of the time is spent caring for pediatric patients. The fellowship is funded at the PGY sixth or seventh year and has an attractive benefits package including assistance with housing. Send inquiries to: Bruce B. Horswell, MD, DDS, MS, FACS, Director, and Paul Kloostra, MD, DDS, Co-director, FACES-CAMC, 830 Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 302, Charleston, WV 25302; email bruce.horswell@camc.org or paul.kloostra@camc.org or fax 304-388-2951.

 

Carolinas Center for Oral and Facial Surgery

Charlotte,

North Carolina,

Program Information
 
Program:
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Email:
dketola@mycenters.com
Web Site:
mycenters.com
Phone:
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The fellowship will provide extensive exposure and advanced clinical training for oral and maxillofacial surgeons in orthognathic surgery, temporomandibular joint surgery and complex implant reconstruction. The clinicians completing the fellowship throughout its 10-year history have subsequently applied their experience to both academic and private practice settings. A substantial stipend is offered. The OMS selected for this position must be able to obtain either an unrestricted North Carolina dental license or North Carolina medical license, obtain hospital privileges and be available from July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019. The candidate will have extensive exposure to consultations, diagnosis, interdisciplinary treatment planning, treatment and postoperative management of a wide array of patients. It is expected that the candidate will be involved with several hundred major surgical cases. Carolinas Center for Oral and Facial Surgery is located in Charlotte, N.C. CCOFS is a 12-surgeon practice over five offices in NC and two in  SC, each possessing OR facilities and accredited by the AAAHC. The surgeons are well-known locally and nationally in the OMS specialty. To apply, an application must be completed and returned by Oct. 31 of each year. The selection will be made on Dec. 31 of each year in order to allow time for licensure. Interested candidates can email dketola@mycenters.com for an application. For more information on the practice, log on to mycenters.com.

 

The Oral Facial Surgery Institute

621 South New Ballas Road, Suite 16A St. Louis,

Missouri, 63141

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Program Director:
Email:
scott@ofsinstitute.com
Web Site:
www.ofsinstitute.com
Phone:
314-251-6725
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2019-2020 oral and maxillofacial fellowship. Sponsored by The Oral Facial Surgery Institute (www.ofsinstitute.com) and accredited by The Department of Graduate Medical Education at Mercy. This advanced accredited opportunity is a year of hospital-based oral and maxillofacial surgery centered at Mercy, a Level I trauma center in suburban St. Louis. This intensive fellowship program will focus on facial cosmetic, reconstructive, orthognathic, and TMJ surgery, facial trauma and complex dental implantology. Candidates must have completed an approved OMS residency. Missouri dental and/or medical licensure is required. Salary, benefits and continuing education allowance are included. Please address curriculum vitae and letters of interest to: Dr. Michael W. Noble, chairman and director of oral and maxillofacial surgery, Attention: Scott E. Graham, MHA, FACMPE, FAADOM, Chief Operating Officer, 621 South New Ballas Road, Suite 16A, St. Louis, MO 63141, phone 314-251-6725, fax 314-251-6726, email scott@ofsinstitute.com or visit our website at www.ofsinstitute.com.                           

Posnick Center for Facial Plastic Surgery

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Orthognathic surgery
Program Director:
Jeffrey C. Posnick, DMD, MD
Email:
jposnick@drposnick.com
Web Site:
www.drposnick.com
Phone:
301-986-9475
Accreditation Status:
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A one-year postgraduate fellowship in orthognathic surgery is offered to recent graduates of accredited OMS programs. The fellowship is sponsored by Posnick Center for Facial Plastic Surgery. If accepted, the fellow will be required to obtain an active medical or dental license in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia. A clinical appointment in the Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at Georgetown University Hospital will be obtained. The philosophy of the fellowship is to enhance skills in facial esthetic analysis; assessment of head and neck functions, including the upper airway; the patient-doctor relationship; and surgical skills. Clinical activities primarily revolve around the evaluation and treatment of dentofacial deformities, the airway, and secondary cleft lip and palate issues. Each patient is followed through their initial consultation, further evaluation, collaborative treatment, immediate preoperative workup, operation, postoperative care and long-term follow-up. The fellow will be Dr. Posnick’s right-hand person, evaluating and managing the patient through all phases of care. There will be an opportunity for clinical research and publication of papers. A salary allowance is provided. Send inquiries to Jeffrey C. Posnick, DMD, MD, email jposnick@drposnick.com or phone 301-986-9475.           

Massachusetts General Hospital

55 Fruit Street, Warren 1201 Boston,

Massachusetts, 02114

Program Information
 
Program:
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Program Director:
Meredith August, DMD, MD
Email:
Phone:
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OMFS Clinical Investigation Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. The Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Center for Applied Clinical Investigation is offering a one to two-year post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Investigation (with possible MPH at Harvard School of Public Health certificate). The goal of the fellowship is to learn the principles and practice of patient-oriented research in preparation for an academic career as a clinical researcher in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and two letters of interest to: Meredith August, DMD, MD, Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, 55 Fruit Street, Warren 1201, Boston, MA 02114.

Massachusetts General Hospital

Massachusetts General Hospital, 55 Fruit Street, Warren 1201 Boston,

Massachusetts, 02114

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Program Director:
Zachary S. Peacock, DMD, MD, FACS
Email:
Phone:
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OMFS Pediatric Clinical / Research Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. We are pleased to announce a unique one-year fellowship which combines laboratory and clinical research in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. The fellowship provides for 60% time dedicated to research and 40% on patient care with an emphasis on pediatric oral and maxillofacial surgery. Research is conducted at the MGH Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Skeletal Biology Research Center and with a focus on skeletal molecular biology, wound healing, tissue regeneration and distraction osteogenesis. Patient care activity is at MGH for Children. Emphasis of both patient care and research in Pediatric OMFS. Fellows will be given a faculty appointment at the rank of Instructor and serve as attending surgeon on the Ward Service supervising residents and participating in the trauma on-call schedule. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and two letters of interest to: Zachary S. Peacock, DMD, MD, FACS, Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, 55 Fruit Street, Warren 1201, Boston, MA 02114.                                                                                    

The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
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Email:
Web Site:
cosmeticsurgery.org
Phone:
312.265.3735
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Want a career in cosmetic surgery? Get trained by the best. The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery certified Facial and General Cosmetic Surgery Fellowships offer one-year, post-residency, hands-on training. Limited slots across the US. Must have completed a surgical residency in ACGME, AOA-BOS, Royal College of Physicians/Surgeons of Canada, or ADA program. Apply at cosmeticsurgery.org or 312.265.3735.

Florida Craniofacial Institute

Tampa,

Florida,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery
Program Director:
Email:
admin@flcranio.com
Web Site:
www.flcranio.com
Phone:
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A fellowship in cleft and craniofacial surgery is available at the Florida Craniofacial Institute. We are now taking applications for the July 2019 as well as July 2020 positions. This one-year fellowship is in a private practice environment in Tampa, Fla., and the focus is congenital craniofacial anomalies. The primary goal of the practice’s cleft lip/palate and craniofacial fellowship is to educate and provide additional surgical training in the management and treatment of patients with craniofacial and/or facial differences. The fellow will work in conjunction with the cleft lip/palate and craniofacial team and will gain comprehensive experience and instruction in team-focused treatment. For information on the Florida Craniofacial Institute, visit www.FLcranio.com. Please email CV to admin@flcranio.com.

UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL ,

Florida,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery
Program Director:
Dr. Barry Steinberg
Email:
barry.steinberg@jax.ufl.edu
Web Site:
http://www.hscj.ufl.edu/graduate-medical/
Phone:
904-244-3149
Accreditation Status:
Non-accredited
Authorized Enrollment:
Last Accreditation Visit:
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Duration of Fellowship:
1 year
Description/Requirements:

Training areas for each one-year fellowship will include trauma, pathology, deformities, cranial vault surgery and airway problems. The fellowship programs in hospice and palliative medicine and pediatric hematology-oncology are accredited through the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Plans are for the pediatric maxillofacial and craniofacial surgery fellowship program to be accredited through the Commission on Dental Accreditation. For more information about fellowship programs at the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville, call the Office of Educational Affairs at 904-244-3149 or visit http://www.hscj.ufl.edu/graduate-medical/.

Miami Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Miami, FL ,

Florida,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Endoscopic Maxillofacial Surgery
Program Director:
Joseph P. McCain, DMD
Email:
jmccain@miamioms.com
Phone:
305/595-1905
Accreditation Status:
Pending
Authorized Enrollment:
Last Accreditation Visit:
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Duration of Fellowship:
1 year
Description/Requirements:

Miami Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is sponsoring a fellowship in endoscopic maxillofacial surgery commencing July 1, 2018, and ending June 30, 2019. The preceptor of the fellowship is Joseph P. McCain, DMD, FACS, and the emphasis of the fellowship is on endoscopic maxillofacial surgery involving TMJ arthroscopy, sialoendoscopy, and endoscopic-assisted orthognathic and trauma surgery. The fellowship is pending CODA appplication submisssion. Upon completion of the fellowship, the candidates should be well versed in all forms of endoscopic maxillofacial surgery and be prepared to disseminate that information in educational venues and residency programs. Please direct all inquiries to: Joseph P. McCain, DMD, FACS, phone 305-595-1905; cell 305-586-3943 or email jmccain@miamioms.com

Oral Surgery Institute

Nashville, TN ,

Tennessee,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
TMJ
Program Director:
Dr. Jeffrey B. Carter
Email:
smile@oralsurgicalinstitute.com
Web Site:
http://www.oralsurgicalinstitute.com/
Phone:
(615) 329-4401
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University Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Charlotte, NC ,

North Carolina,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Orthognathic and Reconstructive Surgery
Program Director:
Drs. Daniel Spagnoli, Myron Tucker, Todd Crowley, Bob Galup, Dale Misiek, Brian Farrell and Bart Farrell (Contact Danny Ketola)
Email:
dketola@universityoralsurgery.com
Web Site:
http://www.universityoralsurgery.com/
Phone:
(704) 820-1187
Accreditation Status:
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Oral Facial Surgery Institute

St. Louis, MO ,

Missouri,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Full Scope
Program Director:
Dr. Michael Noble (Contact Mr. Scott Graham, Administrator)
Email:
scott@ofsinstitute.com
Web Site:
www.ofsinstitute.com
Phone:
(314) 251-6725
Accreditation Status:
Authorized Enrollment:
Last Accreditation Visit:
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Duration of Fellowship:
One Year (July 1 to June 30)
Description/Requirements:

This advanced not-for-profit 501(c)(3) (Mercy GME) accredited opportunity is one year (July 1 to June 30) of hospital based Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery centered at Mercy, a level one trauma center in suburban St. Louis, Missouri. Our goal for the Fellowship is to provide extensive exposure and advanced clinical training for the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon in facial cosmetic, reconstructive, orthognathic, and TMJ surgery, facial trauma, trigeminal nerve repair and complex dental implantology. Our focus is to train surgeons to be competent in full-scope Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. The diagnosis, interdisciplinary treatment planning, treatment and management of patients will be the core of the rotation. Trauma, hospital coverage and supervision of GPRs should be anticipated. Candidates must have completed an approved OMFS residency; Missouri dental dental specialty licensure is required. 

The Sclar Center for Empowered Implant Learning

Miami, FL ,

Florida,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Dental Implants
Program Director:
Dr. Anthony Sclar (Send CV and letter of interest to Dr. Anthony Sclar, Attention: Dake Schwarte, Director of Operations)
Email:
dake@sclarcenter.com
Web Site:
http://www.sclarcenter.com/
Phone:
(305) 913-2467
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University of Miami

Miami, FL ,

Florida,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Maxillofacial Tumor & Reconstruction
Program Director:
Dr. Robert Marx
Email:
rmarx@med.miami.edu
Phone:
(305) 585-6070
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University of Florida-Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL ,

Florida,

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Microvascular Reconstruction
Program Director:
Dr. Rui Fernandes
Email:
rui.fernandes@jax.ufl.edu
Web Site:
http://hscj.ufl.edu/oral-maxillofacial/fellowship-microvascular/
Phone:
(904) 244-3901
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Oral/Head and Neck Oncology

North Memorial Medical Center

3300 Oakdale Avenue N. Robbinsdale,

Minnesota, 55442

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Head and Neck Oncologic and Reconstructive Surgery
Program Director:
Dr. Deepak Kademani
Email:
deepak.kademani@northmemorial.com
Phone:
763-581-3699
Accreditation Status:
Initial Accreditation
Authorized Enrollment:
Last Accreditation Visit:
2015
Next Accreditation Visit:
2016
Duration of Fellowship:
24 months
Description/Requirements:

The Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at North Memorial Medical Center has an open position for an accredited 24-month fellowship program in Head and Neck Oncologic and Reconstructive Surgery starting on July 1st 2018. The program is based at North Memorial Medical Center (NMMC) and Hospital in Minneapolis, MN. NMMC is a 381-bed hospital that serves as one of three Level I trauma centers for the state and as a tertiary care referral center for a variety of head and neck and other disorders.

The caseload focuses on surgical oncology of the head and neck; including salivary gland, thyroid surgery and associated reconstruction including microvascular free flaps. Other non-oncologic cases include full spectrum of maxillofacial trauma, orthognathic and temporomandibular joint surgery. Based on the case logs of previous fellows, it would be reasonable to expect to be involved in about 400-500 surgical cases per year of training. 

Individuals who have completed our fellowship program will be well prepared to enter an academic or hospital based position upon completion of the program. 

Eligibility Requirements:

  1. Graduation from an accredited dental school. A medical degree is desirable but not required.
  2. Completion of residency training in an accredited residency program in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.
  3. Eligibility for either an institutional permit or regular license in medicine and/or dentistry in the State of Minnesota.

Application Materials:

For further questions please contact Deepak Kademani DMD MD FACS, Chairman Department of Surgery, Fellowship Director Head and Neck Oncologic and Reconstructive Surgery at Deepak.kademani@northmemorial.com. If interested in the position, please send the following application materials to Andrea Cox Fellowship Coordinator at andrea.cox@northmemorial.com or call 763 581 3699.

  1. A copy of your current Curriculum Vitae
  2. Two letters of reference.  One from your residency chairman or program director, and another from a colleague or mentor
  3. Letter of Intent

University of Tennessee Medical Center

1924 Alcoa Highway, Box 94 Knoxville,

Tennessee, TN 37920-1514

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Oral/Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery
Program Director:
Dr. Eric Carlson
Email:
ecarlson@utmck.edu
Web Site:
http://gsm.utmck.edu/oral_surg/fellowship.cfm
Phone:
(865) 305-9022
Accreditation Status:
Approval without Reporting Requirements
Authorized Enrollment:
1
Last Accreditation Visit:
2012
Next Accreditation Visit:
2017
Duration of Fellowship:
1 year
Description/Requirements:

The University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville is offering a one year accredited fellowship position in general oral and maxillofacial surgery at the PGY-5 or PGY-7 level from July 1– June 30. The fellow will rotate amongst the faculty and provide surgical services for oral/head and neck pathology, maxillofacial trauma, dentofacial deformities, implant patients, and other complex diagnoses. The fellow will work closely with the residents in the department of oral and maxillofacial surgery that sponsors 4-year and 6-year residency programs. Nationally recognized, the University of Tennessee Medical Center is a tertiary care referral center and recognizes six centers of excellence, including its cancer institute and level I trauma center. Knoxville is one of the top 10 best cities in which to live according to Travel and Leisure magazine. Interested applicants should send a curriculum vitae and a letter of interest to Dr. Eric Carlson at ecarlson@utmck.edu.

Head and Neck Surgical Associates

1849 NW Kearney, Ste. 300 Portland,

Oregon, OR 97209

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Head & Neck Oncology and Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery
Program Director:
Eric Dierks
Email:
eric.dierks@gmail.com
Web Site:
http://www.head-neck.com/
Phone:
503-525-3639
Accreditation Status:
Approval without Reporting Requirements
Authorized Enrollment:
1
Last Accreditation Visit:
2012
Next Accreditation Visit:
2017
Duration of Fellowship:
Description/Requirements:

Since its inception in 1992, the Portland fellowship has seen its alumni go on to careers in academic surgery at institutions in the US, Canada and western Europe. The program is based within the Head and Neck Surgical Associates at Legacy Emanuel Hospital and Portland Providence Hospital Cancer Center. The first year encompasses the full scope of head and neck surgery, from tracheal resection to skull base, with an emphasis on oral and salivary gland cancer. Rotations on medical and radiation oncology complement the fellow's surgical experience. The second year focuses on microvascular free flap and other reconstructive surgery. The first year is accredited, and the accreditation process in underway for the second year. The fellowship is intended for those planning an academic career and its alumni include many notable leaders of the specialty. Candidates must be eligible for dental or medical licensure in the state of Oregon. Please email for a complete description of the fellowship.

University of Michigan Hospital

B1-B204, University Hospital
1500 E. Medical Center Drive Ann Arbor,

Michigan, MI 48109-0018

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Head & Neck Oncology and Microvascular Surgery
Program Director:
Dr. Brent Ward
Email:
bward@umich.edu
Web Site:
http://dent.umich.edu/omshd/fellowship
Phone:
734-936-8289
Accreditation Status:
Approval without Reporting Requirements
Authorized Enrollment:
2
Last Accreditation Visit:
2013
Next Accreditation Visit:
2018
Duration of Fellowship:
2 years
Description/Requirements:

The fellowship is open to US and Canadian dental school graduates who have completed a CODA approved residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, regardless of professional degree(s). Non-discriminatory policies are followed in selecting fellows.

University of Maryland Medical Systems

Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
650 West Baltimore St., Rm. 1401 Baltimore,

Maryland, MD, 21201

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Head & Neck Oncology and Microvascular Surgery
Program Director:
Dr. Joshua E. Lubek
Email:
jlubek@umaryland.edu
Phone:
(410) 706-7060
Accreditation Status:
Approval without Reporting Requirements
Authorized Enrollment:
2
Last Accreditation Visit:
2013
Next Accreditation Visit:
2018
Duration of Fellowship:
2 years
Description/Requirements:

The Fellowship is intended to train an individual as a future Academic OMS. Academic Surgeons have four main areas in which they must develop expertise i.e., clinical, research, teaching and administrative. All academic surgeons will decide how much of their time to allocate to each of these pursuits depending on their interests, training and needs of their particular program. The Maryland Maxillofacial Oncology Fellowship professional activity plan has incorporated all four of these facets into its program.

Louisiana State University School of Medicine

1501 Kings Highway Shreveport,

Louisiana, LA 71130-3932

Program Information
 
Program:

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinical Fellowships Oncology

Area of Focus:
Head & Neck Oncology and Microvascular Surgery
Program Director:
Dr. D. David Kim
Email:
dkim1@lsuhsc.edu
Web Site:
http://www.lsuhscshreveport.edu/departments/ClinicalDepartments/OralandMaxillofacial/index
Phone:
(318) 675-6101
Accreditation Status:
Approval without Reporting Requirements
Authorized Enrollment:
1
Last Accreditation Visit:
2010
Next Accreditation Visit:
2015
Duration of Fellowship:
Description/Requirements:

The Head and Neck Surgery & Microvascular Reconstruction Fellowship is a fully-accredited comprehensive two-year fellowship encompassing the full spectrum of Head & Neck Surgery with interdisciplinary management and microvascular reconstruction.

Clinical focus includes: Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery, Endocrine Surgery, Local & Regional Flap Reconstruction, Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery, Trans-Oral Robotic Surgery and Management of skin cancers. Eligible fellows are selected on a yearly basis and must be graduates or expected graduates of a CODA-accredited Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery residency training program and be a US citizen or legal alien. Fellows must be eligible for medical or dental licensure in the state of Louisiana.

Pediatric Craniomaxillofacial Surgery (Cleft and Craniofacial)

Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, Pediatric Craniomaxillofacial Surgery Fellowship Training

207 West Gore Street, Suite 302; Orlando, Florida 32806 Orlando,

Florida, 32806

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Cleft Surgery, Craniofacial Surgery, Pediatric Surgery
Program Director:
Ramon L. Ruiz, DMD, MD
Email:
ramon.ruiz@orlandohealth.com
Web Site:
http://orlandohealth.com
Phone:
407-839-8407
Accreditation Status:
Nonaccredited. Application in progress.
Authorized Enrollment:
One fellow per year
Last Accreditation Visit:
Next Accreditation Visit:
Duration of Fellowship:
12 months
Description/Requirements:

Required Application Materials:

  1. Current Curriculum Vitae
  2. A letter describing your interest in fellowship training and future plans following completion of advanced training.  Preference will be given to applicants that have secured a faculty, military, or institutional (e.g. children’s hospital) position following the fellowship training program.
  3. Two letters of recommendation.  One letter must be from your residency chair or program director and the second letter from a colleague or mentor. 
  4. Interview with program faculty.

Eligibility Requirements:

  1. Graduation from an accredited dental school. 
  2. Completion of accredited US or Canadian Residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine

3501 Terrace Street Pittsburgh,

Pennsylvania, PA 15261

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Craniofacial and Cleft Surgery
Program Director:
Dr. Bernard J. Costello
Email:
bjc1@pitt.edu
Web Site:
http://dental.pitt.edu/departments/oral-and-maxillofacial/pediatric-craniomaxillofacial-surgery-fellowship-program
Phone:
412-648-6801
Accreditation Status:
Approval without Reporting Requirements
Authorized Enrollment:
1
Last Accreditation Visit:
2014
Next Accreditation Visit:
2019
Duration of Fellowship:
1 year
Description/Requirements:

The fully accredited fellowship is designed to produce highly trained surgeons preparing them for a full-time academic career, or to allow them to enter a position at a cleft and craniofacial center, which has a significant need for this experience.

The fellow will have a surgical experience in pediatric adolescent, and adult congenital craniofacial, primary and secondary cleft, orthognathic, reconstructive, esthetic, implant, and craniofacial trauma surgery. Research opportunities in the areas of molecular genetics, cranial suture biology, pediatric trauma, cleft, and congenital craniofacial anomalies are also available as a critical component to the fellowship program.

Louisiana State University School of Medicine

1501 Kings Highway

Shreveport,

Louisiana, LA 71130-3932

Program Information
 
Program:
Area of Focus:
Craniofacial and Cleft Surgery
Program Director:
Dr. Jennifer Woerner
Email:
jwoern@lsuhsc.edu
Phone:
(318) 675-6174
Accreditation Status:
Initial Accreditation (1)
Authorized Enrollment:
1
Last Accreditation Visit:
2012
Next Accreditation Visit:
2017
Duration of Fellowship:
1 year
Description/Requirements:

This fully accredited one year fellowship is designed to train the fellow to become the primary surgeon in a craniofacial/cleft multi-disciplinary team. Graduate of CODA accredited oral and maxillofacial surgery residency training program. On completion of their fellowship training, the fellows will have developed a comprehensive understanding of the diagnosis and management of patients with the full spectrum of cleft and craniofacial abnormalities. The fellows will be an integral part of the Ark-La-Tex Craniofacial & Cleft Center, being involved in the care of all patients treated at the center. Fellows are expected to be involved not only in the surgical treatment of these patients, but in their daily and long-term management as well.