Reconstructive Microsurgery Fellowship

Fox Chase Cancer Center offers a one year fellowship in Reconstructive Microsurgery.

The program is designed to prepare the trainee for a leadership role in multidisciplinary microsurgical procedures and complex reconstruction in an academic or community setting and accepts one trainee annually.

Fox Chase Cancer Center is a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. The Center includes a 100-bed hospital devoted entirely to cancer patients, an outpatient center which includes a facility for clinical cancer prevention and research, one of the oldest and most nationally recognized cancer programs in the country, and the Institute for Cancer Research. Fox Chase has a robust medical education program and offers surgical fellowships in complex general surgical oncology, breast oncology, gynecologic oncology, urologic oncology, and minimally invasive thoracic oncology. In addition, the institution hosts a residency program in radiation oncology and fellowship programs in hematology-oncology, surgical pathology, advanced endoscopy, and hospice and palliative medicine. Residents from the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, including independent plastic surgery residents, also rotate at the Center.

View the Reconstructive Microsurgery Fellowship Brochure [PDF]