|Location:||Riley Hospital for Children and Indiana University|
|Description:||Training Program: This two-year program is designed to support laboratory-based research in nerve regeneration. The fellow will work directly with attending staff and laboratory research staff on a variety of projects involving nerve regeneration, bioengineering, neurotrophic keratopathy and corneal neurotization, with multiple surgical, genomic and proteomic methods. Research fellows are expected to attend weekly Plastic Surgery conferences, lab meetings and monthly journal clubs hosted by Plastic Surgery. They are further encouraged to attend academic activities within the Division of Plastic Surgery.
Eligibility: The fellow may be a medical student or resident, or in between stages. Prior experience in clinical outcomes research is preferred. Candidates seeking PhD degrees are welcome to apply.
How to Apply: Email CV, ECFGM certification, USMLE scores and 2 letters of recommendation to Dr Gregory Borschel at email@example.com
|Contact:||Gregory H. Borschel, M.D., F.A.A.P., F.A.C.S
Jim Harbaugh Professor of Surgery
Chief of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,
Riley Hospital for Children
Indiana University School of Medicine