Our program is designed to provide a broad experience in hand and upper extremity surgery, including trauma, arthritis, congenital, and microsurgery. The Fellow is an integral member of a very active clinical service involving surgery, outpatient evaluations, and emergency care. The Fellow may choose to be involved in a broad spectrum of elbow and shoulder reconstructive surgery that our service also regularly provides. The Fellow is encouraged to engage in research with opportunities in both clinical and laboratory investigation in one of our excellent research facilities. Candidates must be board-eligible in orthopedic surgery. Upon completion of the program, the surgeon will have achieved a sound knowledge base and competent surgical skills to pursue a comprehensive hand and upper extremity surgery practice.
Applicants should submit the following:
- Completed Universal Hand Fellowship Application
- Three Letters of Recommendation from People Who Know Your Work Well
- Copies of Undergrad Transcripts
- Official Medical Transcripts
- One-Page Personal Statement
- A Photo of Yourself
Teagan Von Seggern
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation
200 Hawkins Drive 01078JPP
Iowa City, IA 52242-1081
**Please be sure the address looks exactly like this or the transcripts and application will not be delivered.
Applications should be submitted by December 1.
The Educational Commission must certify permanent immigrants and U.S. citizens who graduated from medical schools outside the United States and Canada for Foreign Medical Graduates. Information about certification and visa sponsorship is available from:
3624 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
You will be notified when your application has been reviewed. Selected candidates will be invited for personal interviews. Interviews will be scheduled in January and February. During the interview, you will meet the program director and faculty physicians.