The Andrews Research & Education Foundation (AREF) provides specialized orthopaedic surgical training in all aspects of simple and complex hip conditions.
Program Director: Matthew C. Mai, MD
The Fellow will be under the direction of one faculty orthopedic hip specialist throughout the 12-month program, with a 1:1 faculty ratio. There will also be opportunities to work with other
Faculty throughout the year.
The program boasts a robust and well-established orthopaedic research program, onsite Surgical Skills Lab, Regenerative Medicine Center, and Biomechanics Lab. The curriculum covers
requisite conditions and surgical procedures of the hip joint. The fellow will have the opportunity for practice management, professional development, and financial
management lectures throughout the year.
Mission: To educate orthopaedic surgeons on the medical and musculoskeletal problems unique to hip injuries and conditions and to graduate physicians who will become advancers in the specialty of orthopaedic hip surgery while providing the highest quality and safest patient care possible.
Duration: 12 months
Applications should be submitted to Carroll Papajohn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Required documentation includes: