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The fellowship programs offered by Penn Orthopaedics include a balance of intensive clinical experience, research, and teaching opportunities that reinforce and enhance the residency training program.
  • Adult Reconstruction

    A one-year, full-time academic fellowship is available in adult reconstruction for board-eligible orthopaedic surgeons.

  • Foot and Ankle

    A one-year, full-time academic fellowship is available in foot and ankle for board-eligible orthopaedic surgeons.

  • Hand Surgery

    The Hand Surgery Fellowship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania trains the next generation of physician leaders in hand surgery.

  • Orthoplastics and Limb Salvage

    The Orthoplastics and Limb Salvage Surgery Fellowship is a non-accredited training program designed to provide advanced training to fellows at the PGY-6 level or higher.

  • Shoulder & Elbow

    The Shoulder & Elbow Surgery Fellowship program offers an extensive experience in the surgical and nonsurgical management of disorders of the shoulder and elbow.

  • Sports Medicine

    The Sports Medicine fellowship focuses on arthroscopic training, shoulder arthroplasty, elbow soft tissue reconstructive procedures and more.

  • Pediatric Orthopaedics

    Fellowship training in pediatric orthopaedics is offered by Penn Orthopaedics faculty through the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

  • Spine

    The Spine Surgery Fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania is a non-accredited program that offers a unique opportunity for training in both adult degenerative and deformity as well as pediatric spine surgery in collaboration with Shriner's Hospital for Children.

  • Current Fellows

    Meet the fellows of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.

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