The Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) fellowship program at the University of Michigan is committed to training the next generation of leaders in the field of academic surgery. The fellowship focuses on honing clinical skills, academic productivity, educational opportunities, and leadership development.
- Clinical Skills: Fellows will gain experience with a high volume and variety of cases across a tertiary care hospital, community hospital, and outpatient center.
- Academic Productivity: We aim to train the next generation of academic surgeons with a wide range of academic and research interests. We offer extensive mentorship, infrastructure, and resources to support academic success, including our research centers.
- Educational Opportunities: Fellow will attend and instruct at MIS teaching conferences, in addition to mentoring residents and medical students through presentations and in clinical settings.
- Leadership Development: We are committed to developing our next generation of leaders in minimally invasive surgery. There is a Leadership Development Program that will be available for the fellow, as well as additional mentorship, support and sponsorship resources.