This New Section intends to provide information to our Members about Arthroplasty fellowships. Few Fellowships are posted only on IORG Website and and are not displayed anywhere else, thus providing exclusive opportunities for IORG members . Others are compiled from the Sites of Major societies and Organisations. We believe this will help the young Surgeons to find the relevant and most suitable fellowships for themselves
Details of the fellowships are been provided with each entry. Please do not inquire or mail to IORG regarding the fellowships. Please contact the relevant contacts as mentioned in the fellowship details.
Indian Orthopaedic Research Group Does not take any responsibility of the qwality and value of the fellowships shown here. We have displayed the inormation provided to us by the Fellowship convener. Candidates are requested to use their own discretion while selecting the Fellowships.
Arthroplasty Fellowships are Listed Below
ARTHROPLASTY WITH PROF JUN-DONG CHANG IN MINIMALLY INVASIVE (MIS) & COMPUTER NAVIGATED ARTHROPLASTY
Hangang Sacred Heart Hospital,Seoul, South Korea,
Speciality: Primary & Revision Arthroplasty
Aims of Fellowship: Training in Conventional & Computer navigated arthroplasty with MIS
Period of Fellowship: 3 months
Sponsoring Organization: Hallym University provides good accomodation & food
Previous Fellows: Dr Agashe, Dr G S Umarani, Dr Veghad, Dr Ravisaheb sanjiv, Dr MG Umarani, Dr Rutuj Kamdar, Dr Pankaj Walecha
Career grade of applicant: Qualified Orthopaedic surgeon from country of origin
Eligibility of applicant: MS/DNB/MD preferably with 6months of experience in Arthroplasty
Miscellaneous requirements: Relevant Certificates
Closing date for Applications: Fellows are selected every six months,
Contact Person for Applications: Prof Jun Dong Chang, MD,PhD
Email: [email protected]
BASK/Smith & Nephew Travelling Fellowship
Aims of Fellowship: To present a report to the BASK Executive and also to the BASK meeting or the Knee Journal.
Period of Fellowship: One year
Sponsoring Organization: Smith & Nephew
Value of Fellowship: £5000.00
Career grade of applicant: SpRs in years 5 and 6 or consultants in the first 5 years of their appointment.
Miscellaneous requirements: Applications should include a CV, proposed itinerary and reasons for applying.
Contact Person for Applications: Mrs Hazel Choules
Application Address: British Orthopaedic Association, Royal College of Surgeons, 35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PN
Application Telephone: +44 (0)20 7405 6507
Fax: +44 (0)20 7831 2676