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The Tri-Institute Pain Medicine Fellowship (Devin Peck, Program Director) is a 12-month, ACGME-accredited program in conjunction with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center with rotations in three nationally recognized hospitals: New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and the Hospital for Special Surgery. The program trains fellows in evaluation and multi-disciplinary management of acute pain, chronic pain and cancer pain syndromes, including minimally invasive spine procedures and implantable devices. Click here to learn more about Pain Medicine and the Pain Fellowship.
Click HERE to download the Tri-Institute Pain Medicine Fellowship Application.
Please e-mail Marlene Augustine or Devin Peck, M.D. with any questions regarding the application. Applications are accepted beginning January 1st with an application deadline of June 30, to start the program the following July.
Anesthesiology Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
Director: James Osorio, M.D. The 12-month training program, ACGME-accredited and approved for three fellows per year. Designed to prepare fellows to become specialists in critical care medicine. Fellows will work in concert with specialists on the patient care team in a wide array of intensive care units at NYP/WCMC. The program will provide the resources necessary to facilitate clinical practice, teaching, administration and research required for successful fellows, as they become leaders in the field of critical care medicine. The curriculum is designed to guide fellows through increasing levels of responsibility and independent practice under the supervision of an exceptional fellowship faculty. The critical care teams are directed by attending intensivists from the departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery, Medicine, Neurology and Pediatrics. All clinical fellows must have completed Anesthesiology training in an ACGME-accredited program. Other eligible applicants may have completed ACGME-accredited Emergency Medicine or equivalent General Surgery training prior to the start of the fellowship. We are currently accepting applications for academic year 2013-14. Interviews will take place between November of 2012 and February of 2013.We will be accepting applications for academic year 2014-15 from October through January 2013. Interviews for academic year 2014-15 will be held between February and April of 2013.
Click HERE to download the application.
Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowship
Director: Shanna Hill, M.D. The 12-month program trains fellows in cardiac physiology and pharmacology, preoperative assessment and preparation, intraoperative management, perioperative transesophageal echocardiography, and postoperative critical care. Cases frequently managed by the fellows include coronary artery bypass operations, valve replacements, thoracic aneurysm repairs, and congenital heart repairs. One-month required rotations expose fellows to cardiothoracic critical care and thoracic surgery; additional electives are available. Educational activities outside of the operating room include research, teaching, journal clubs, and case conferences in addition to the didactic curriculum.
Please e-mail Keisha Brown with any questions regarding the application. Applications are accepted beginning January 1st through April 30th to start the program the following July (one year later).
Click HERE to download the application or HERE for a more detailed program description.
The 12-month Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship (Cynthia A. Lien, M.D., Director) encourages further development in academic medicine. The Fellow works closely with faculty to develop clinical care protocols and an independent research project, for which academic time is provided, and participates in resident education. A large volume of intracranial, neurovascular, and minimally invasive procedures are performed. A separate rotation in the Neurosciences Care Unit is available to further develop skills in neurocritical care. Click HERE to download the application.
The Thoracic Anesthesia Fellowship (Paul M. Heerdt, M.D., Ph.D., Director) incorporates 12 months of extensive clinical experience with clinical/basic science research and exposure to allied specialties such as pulmonary function testing. Fellows develop independence during a wide range of procedures before assuming a broader role supervising junior residents. Elective rotations at affiliated institutions are available. Participation in a scholarly research project during the course of the Fellowship is required, for which sufficient non-clinical time is allotted. The deadline for all application materials is December 31st and decisions will be determined by February 1st for a July 1st start date. Click HERE to download the application.
The Regional Anesthesia Fellowship (Tiffany Tedore, M.D., Director) incorporates 12 months of extensive clinical experience in both nerve stimulator and ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia. Trainees will become adept at a wide variety of single-shot and continuous regional techniques, including brachial plexus, TAP, femoral, lumbar plexus, sciatic, popliteal, and saphenous blocks. Fellows develop independence during a wide range of procedures before assuming a broader role supervising junior residents. Participation in a scholarly research project during the course of the Fellowship is optional, for which sufficient non-clinical time is allotted. The deadline for all application materials is June 30th and decisions will be determined in mid-August for a July 1st start date. This Program adheres to the Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship Directors Group's "Collaborative Decision Date Agreement". This agreement mandates that no candidate will be required to accept or decline an offer from any participating Fellowship Program prior to September 1st of the previous academic year. Click HERE to download the application.
Obstetric Anesthesiology Fellowship
Director: Klaus Kjaer, M.D. The 12-month program trains fellows in all aspects of obstetric anesthesiology. NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center has over 5,000 deliveries per year, including a significant number of high-risk cases. Fellows complete 13 4-week block rotations, spending 8 rotations on the labor and delivery anesthesia team and 3 rotations fully dedicated to a variety of teaching and research projects. During the labor and delivery rotations, one day a week will also be dedicated to teaching and research. An additional 8 weeks are spent on 4 2-week rotations: Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Neonatal ICU, Transfusion Medicine, and Simulation Design. Fellows acquire accreditation in Neonatal Resuscitation and Electronic Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring. In accordance with ACGME requirements, fellows will present an original teaching or research project at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology.
Please e-mail Marlene Augustine with any questions regarding the application. Applications are accepted beginning January 1st through July 31st to start the program the following July (one year later). Click HERE to download the application.