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Fellowship Program

The one-year craniofacial fellowship offers training in the surgical management of craniofacial malformations, cleft lip and palate, orthognathic surgery, and acute and late maxillofacial traumatic deformities. The program has expanded to include the immediate reconstruction of defects created by ablative oncologic surgery and provides training in the dental aspects of craniofacial surgery. The fellow works at the UCLA, Harbor-UCLA, and Olive View Medical Centers. The deadline for applications is the October 1st prior to the July 15th start date. A California Medical License is required. Interested applicants should send a curriculum vitae and letter of interest to:

     James P. Bradley, M.D.
     Associate Professor
     Division of Plastic Surgery
     200 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 465
     Los Angeles, CA 90095

Fellowship in Microsurgery

The microsurgery fellowship offers training in breast reconstruction, head and neck reconstruction for tumors, and extremity reconstruction with free flaps. The fellow is also involved in trauma and peripheral nerve surgeries. Cases are performed at UCLA Medical Center and four affiliated hospitals. There is ample opportunity for the fellow to pursue anatomic, laboratory, and clinical research projects. The application deadline is October 1 for the July 1st start date. Applicants must have completed a plastic surgery residency. A California Medical License is required. Please send curriculum vitae and letter of interest to:

     Andrew L. Da Lio, M.D., F.A.C.S.
     Associate Clinical Professor
     Division of Plastic Surgery
     200 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 465
     Los Angeles, CA 90095

Fellowship in Hand Surgery

The hand fellowship is a collaborative, interdisciplinary program between the Division of Plastic Surgery and the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Two fellows per year are selected for this one-year program which offers training in a broad spectrum of hand pathologies. Fellows participate in microsurgical reconstruction and replantation of the upper extremity, peripheral nerve repairs, nerve grafting, arthroplasties, carpal tunnel surgery, reconstruction of burn and congenital deformities, and many other common and uncommon procedures of the hand. The UCLA Hand Service covers the UCLA Medical Center and four affiliated hospitals, which combined see over 9,000 patient visits per year. Applicants must have completed an orthopaedic or plastic surgery residency and should apply 18 months in advance of the August 1st start date. A California Medical License is required. Please send curriculum vitae and letter of interest to:

     Prosper Benhaim, M.D.
     Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
      

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