McGill Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship
This is a one year fellowship within the McGill Division of General Surgery, supported by the Steinberg‐ Bernstein Centre for Minimally Invasive Surgery and Innovation, Medtronic and the Montreal General Hospital Foundation.
The fellowship is a combined clinical and research experience, designed to train advanced academically oriented gastrointestinal surgeons with expertise in minimal access surgical techniques and endoscopy. Research programs led by faculty are in surgical outcomes and education/simulation. a. Fellows will have the opportunity to enroll in the Faculty of Graduate Studies towards a second research year to complete a M.Sc. in Experimental Surgery, a Master of Arts in Educational Psychology (Health Professions Stream), or for a Master’s Degree or Diploma in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Clinical activity will be arranged to maximize exposure to advanced laparoscopic procedures and flexible endoscopy. It is understood that the fellow will not detract from the responsibility or operative experience of the general surgery residents. This fellowship is accredited as an “Advanced GI/MIS” fellowship by the Fellowship Council.
Application for the fellowship is through the Advanced GI Surgery Fellowship Match (www.fellowshipcouncil.org). Applicants must ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria for postgraduate training in the province of Quebec prior to application - see the Application Steps here.
Address inquiries to:
Maria Cortese, Administrator
McGill MIS Fellowship Steinberg- Bernstein Centre for Minimally Invasive Surgery
Montreal General Hospital, Room L9.309, 1650 Cedar Avenue Montreal, Quebec H3G 1A4
E: maria.cortese [at] muhc.mcgill.ca (subject: Re%20McGill%20Minimally%20Invasive%20Surgery%20Fellowship)