Fellowships

There are a number of fellowship opportunities at The Rothman Institute. Interested candidates can read more about these programs by visiting the links below.

  • Adult Reconstruction Fellowship

    The Adult Reconstruction Fellowship Program has a tradition of clinical and academic excellence established by Dr. Richard H. Rothman, MD, PhD. The Division of Adult Reconstruction has evolved into one of the premier Fellowships in the country, offering a high-volume clinical practice emphasizing state-of-the-art patient care, academic excellence, and a Faculty committed to Fellow education.

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  • Spine Fellowship

    Call 1-800-321-9999 for information on Rothman Institute's Spine Fellowship.

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  • Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship

    The Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University is primarily aimed at training the best shoulder and elbow surgeons through an intense, year-long exposure to a high clinical volume of shoulder and elbow procedures, as well as active educational and research programs.

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  • Sports Medicine Fellowship

    This fellowship provides a fully-integrated approach to the diagnosis and management of the full spectrum of athletic injuries.

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  • Musculoskeletal and Pain Management Fellowship

    This fellowship is designed to train physiatrists in musculoskeletal medicine and interventional spine procedures.

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  • Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery Fellowship

    The Rothman Institute / Jefferson Medical College – Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery fellowship is based at the Rothman Institute (RI), headquartered in center city Philadelphia. The fellowship rotation schedule will consist of 9 months dedicated to Hand, Wrist, & Microvascular surgery, 1 month to Pediatric Hand surgery, and 2 months to Shoulder & Elbow surgery. The faculty members will include RI Hand Surgeons: Dr Pedro Beredjiklian, Dr Asif Ilyas, and others; Shriners Pediatric Hand Surgeons: Dr Scott Kozin and Dr Dan Zlotolow; and RI Shoulder & Elbow Surgeons: Dr Gerald Williams, Dr Joe Abboud, Dr Charlie Getz, and Dr Luke Austin. The Fellows will also participate with the Thomas Jefferson University Orthopaedic Surgery residency program. The program also maintains a comprehensive conference schedule including weekly didactics, indications conference, anatomy/technique conference, and monthly journal clubs. The faculty is actively engaged in these conferences. Fellows will also have the opportunity to participate in ongoing research projects or pursue an independent research project. On average, graduating fellows have performed 1000-1200 CPTs and have published on average 1-3 papers upon completion of their fellowship year.

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