This 1-year fellowship provides specialized training in the management of breast diseases and cancer. Fellows rotate through subspecialty clinics, including medical oncology, breast cancer genetics, and plastic surgery, advancing toward the unique opportunity to run their own practice in the second half of the fellowship year.
Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship
Colon & Rectal Surgery Fellowship
The Colon & Rectal Surgery Fellowship is offered through our partnership with St. Joseph Mercy Health System. This program is designed for surgeons who’ve completed general surgery training and wish to specialize in colorectal surgery.
Comprehensive Endocrine Surgery Fellowship
The Norman W. Thompson Fellowship in Endocrine Surgery at the University of Michigan integrates research and clinical practice over a 1-year training period optimally designed to create independent endocrine surgeons fluent in the full range of endocrine surgical problems.
Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
This 1-year fellowship in surgical critical care prepares surgeons for a career in critical care and trauma, providing training in Michigan Medicine’s 5 dedicated ICUs (surgical, trauma/burn, cardiovascular, pediatrics, and neurosurgery) and in the full complement of management of critically ill patients, including ECMO. Graduates are prepared to take the Surgical Critical Care Certifying Examination.
Other Training Programs
The Section of General Surgery at Michigan is also home to 3 additional training programs:
- Health Services Research Training
- Surgical Oncology Research Training
- Obesity Surgery Scientist Training