Our craniofacial surgery fellowship, one of a handful in the country to earn accreditation from the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education, offers:
- Clinical experience with all aspects of craniofacial surgery, combined with a comprehensive teaching curriculum.
- Training by leaders in the field of craniofacial surgery, including experts in translational and basic science research and in surgery education.
- Instruction in the ethics of medical decision-making, led by Dr. Christian J. Vercler, who holds a master of ethics and a master of theological studies and is co-director of the Clinical Ethics Service at the Center for Bioethics & Social Sciences in Medicine at U-M.
- Opportunities to conduct research in our NIH-funded bone laboratory led by Dr. Steven R. Buchman MD founder of the U-M Craniofacial Research Laboratory.
- Access to a huge caseload, and its attendant clinical data, as part of Michigan Medicine.