Our Fellowship Programs
VCU Department of Surgery Fellowship programs offer a breadth of surgical specialties in the areas of Advanced Gastrointestinal and MIS, Burn, Cardiothoracic, Critical Care, Oncology, Transplant and Vascular. Programs run from August 1st through July 30th of each year and are accredited by the ACGME.VCU Department of Surgery residency programs are dedicated to providing comprehensive training. Our extended outreach covers core surgical subspecialties including cardiothoracic, abdominal transplant, surgical oncology, vascular, endocrine, colorectal, trauma, burn and pediatric surgery. Our programs offer diverse clinical settings for all training fields.
ADVANCED GI and MIS
A one-year fellowship providing clinical and academic training in advanced gastrointestinal laparoscopic bariatric surgery.
A one-year program designed to provide a multidisciplinary exposure to the art and science of burn surgery.
A three-year fellowship committed to instilling comprehensive knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology of cardiovascular surgery
A two-year program offering advanced training in surgical oncology and cancer research.
The Clinical Transplant Program at the Hume-Lee Transplant Center/VCUHS includes adult and pediatric renal, hepatic and pancreatic transplantation and hepatobiliary surgery.
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Overview of surgery educational programs:
Trauma Shadowing (M1-M2 Only)