The Pediatric Orthopedics and Scoliosis Fellowship is designed to provide the orthopedic surgeon who has already completed an orthopedic surgery residency program with subspecialty training in all aspects of children’s orthopedic surgery and scoliosis.
This program is ranked as one of the top programs in North America; each year, the most talented orthopedic residents in the country compete for a position.
The one-year program combines both clinical training and research. Clinical training encompasses all areas of pediatric orthopedics, including trauma, acute infections, scoliosis, neuromuscular disease, hip and foot/ankle conditions, sports medicine, congenital hand conditions, and brachial plexus management.
On the research side, a wide variety of clinical and basic research projects can be pursued. The fellow is also expected to complete a research project of publishable quality during the fellowship period.
Lena Sefton Clark Fellow
Each year, our division decides which of our four fellows should be named the Lena Sefton Clark fellow in children’s orthopedics. This award is given to a pediatric orthopedic fellow who exemplifies the outstanding qualities of patient care, teaching and research, which are central to our orthopedic mission.
Anthony Catanzano, M.D.
Patrick Curran, M.D.
Jessica Hughes, M.D .
Brock Kitchen, D.O.