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Reconstructive Microsurgical Fellowship Program

The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital is offering a one-year clinical reconstructive microsurgery fellowship beginning each July.  The fellowship is a one-year program directed at surgeons who have completed a plastic surgery residency. One fellow is accepted each year. Typically, 10 to 15 people apply.

Program goals

Goals of the microsurgery fellowship include teaching, research, and patient care with a focus on copmlex microsurgery cases and perforator flap breast reconstruction. The fellow will have access to a demanding microsurgery practice primarily involving DIEP, SIEA, SGAP and TUG flap breast reconstruction in addition to exposure to head and neck reconstruction, lower extremity free flaps, facial reanimation, peripheral nerve microsurgery and the composite tissue allotransplantation program.


Candidates eligible for this fellowship must have completed a plastic surgery residency program.

How to apply

We participate in The American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery (ASRM) match program and encourage applicants to register on the ASRM website ( as early as possible.  Three letters of recommendation, a letter of intent as well as a copy of the applicant’s curriculum vitae are required for consideration. Contact Kristin Hook for application information.

Contact information

Program director: Gedge Rosson, M.D.
Program coordinator: Kristin Hook
Phone number: 410-502-7381


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