The microsurgery reconstructive fellowship is an in-depth and comprehensive training opportunity that includes all facets of treating patients with congenital and acquired defects.
Experience with microvascular breast reconstruction is provided, including muscle sparing free TRAM, DIEP, SGAP, and SIEP. The fellowship also provided formal experience with head and neck reconstruction utilizing muscle, myocutaneous and fasciocutaneous free flaps.
Dr. Serletti, Chief of the Division of Plastic Surgery, is a leader in the field. He has an extremely busy clinical practice and continues to carry out clinical and basic research. The fellow also works closely with Dr. Low, Dr. Kovach and Dr. Wu.
Duration and Scope
The program is open to those individuals who have satisfactorily completed an accredited plastic surgery program. The length of the fellowship is one year and clinical research opportunities are available. Participants gain experience in microvascular and reconstructive cases at Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Hospital.
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