About Our Reconstructive Microsurgery Fellowship
The primary mission of the fellowship is the education and training of future generations of plastic surgeons dedicated to reconstructive microsurgery. More than 150 microsurgical procedures are performed per year including breast, head and neck, lymphatic surgery, and lower extremity reconstruction. Within the area of breast reconstruction, there is a focus on microsurgical perforator flaps (DIEP, GAP, PAP), implant reconstruction, secondary revision, and other autologous techniques.
The fellow participates in the teaching of plastic surgery residents in the BIDMC/ Harvard Medical School Plastic Surgery Residency Program and will have an academic appointment as a Clinical Fellow at Harvard Medical School. The one-year fellowship position is available each calendar year, beginning on July 1st.
Applicants must have completed a residency program in plastic surgery and be able to satisfy all of the requirements for licensure by the Massachusetts Board of Medical Registration and all of the surgical credentialing requirements of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.