The Plastic and Reconstructive Fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is a unique fellowship that offers broad exposure to reconstructive procedures after oncologic resections.
The fellows will participate in the management of complex reconstructive problems that relate to many areas in reconstructive surgery. These include breast reconstruction, head and neck reconstruction, chest wall and extremity reconstruction, etc. The principal areas of training consist of microsurgical free tissue transfers, myocutaneous flap coverage, and breast reconstruction.
There are over 250 to 300 elective free tissue transfers done each year for tumor-related problems, and there are another 50 additional microsurgical procedures, including nerve grafting. The fellows participate in over 500 breast reconstruction procedures, such as autologous tissue reconstruction, tissue expansion, and implants and symmetrization procedures. The fellows are responsible for all preoperative and postoperative patient care, and they will perform operations under the direction of an attending surgeon. They will also gain experience in the clinics, as well as attend rounds, conferences, lectures, and seminars. There is ample opportunity to conduct research on oncologic surgery.
Michelle Coriddi, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Imran Ratanshi, Surrey Memorial Hospital/Fraser Health Authority
Akhil Seth, NorthShore University HealthSystem
Deana Shenaq, Rush University Medical Center
Fares Samra, Private Practice - NJ
Chad Teven, Mayo Clinic
Carrie Stern, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Bharat Ranganath, Broward Health Medical Center
Rachel Anolik, Washington University in St. Louis
Joshua Vorstenbosch, McGill University
Georgios Kokosis, Rush University Medical Center
Paige Myers, University of Michigan
Elizabeth Rommer, NorthShore University HealthSystem
Elizabeth Kiwanuka (Residency, Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital)
Rajiv Parikh (Residency, Washington University School of Medicine)
John Rose (Residency, Brigham and Women’s Hospital & Johns Hopkins University)
Erin Taylor (Residency, Harvard Plastic Surgery Residency)
Benefits and Environment
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan — a vibrant, safe community with many nearby activities for adults and children. Salary and benefits are provided to all fellows according to level of training (number of postgraduate years). In addition, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center provides housing accommodations at a subsidized rate to all fellows in the form of unfurnished apartments within a short walking distance of the hospital. There are many schools and affordable childcare options nearby.
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Length of Program
Applicants must be fully trained plastic and reconstructive surgeons. Foreign applicants must have passed the ECFMG or FMGEMS, the FLEX exams, and hold a valid ECFMG certificate and be visa- eligible.
Number of Positions
How to Apply
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is a participant in the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery (ASRM) Matching Program. To register for the match, please go to their website.
Applicants are required to complete an application through the Central Application Service and provide a set of required documents. For more information, please click here.