The iCORE fellow and resident training program provides future orthopedic surgeons with the necessary experience to succeed in their professional careers. Faculty provides fellows training in orthopedic surgery, clinical practice and research.
During the one or two-year program, fellows gather surgical experience in arthroscopy and arthroplasty, with the opportunity to focus in shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, hip, knee, foot, ankle or spine. Fellows will also gather clinical experience in patient assessment, diagnostic testing and radiographic interpretation.
iCORE training includes research methodology and statistical techniques for conducting scientific studies, and critically appraising published research at journal club meetings.
As fellows develop and lead their own research studies, they have the opportunity to gain professional exposure through conference presentations and journal publications to help build and launch their careers.