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Training the Next Generation of
Limb Preservation Surgeons

The Johns Hopkins Hospital is a world-class clinical institution with a diverse national and international patient population in the heart of Baltimore, Maryland. The Limb Preservation and Wound Care Fellow will receive unequaled, fully integrated multidisciplinary training to competently provide wound evaluation, surgical techniques employing evidenced-based wound salvage paradigms and complex wound reconstruction. Our proven limb preservation pathways incorporate a variety of wound modalities coupled with our technological savvy Noraxon Computer-Assisted Gait Analysis (CAGA) providing patients with the greatest opportunity for continued limb preservation and remaining in remission and ulcer-free. This service is second to none nationwide.

Through the national leadership involvement of our entire faculty, fellows are positioned for pinnacle positions in limb preservation and wound care success when they graduate. This is a meaningful twelve-month educational experience enabling the fellow to contribute their training to this vulnerable diabetic/vascular patient population to maintain their ambulation and hence their longevity to lead productive lives.


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Learn More About the Fellowship

Learn more information about the Johns Hopkins Vascular and Endovascular Therapy Fellowship by contacting our fellowship director, Dr. Ronald Sherman, and fellowship coordinator Rebecca Prince.

How to Apply

We appreciate your consideration and interest in the Johns Hopkins Limb Preservation and Wound Care Fellowship. One fellow will be chosen per year for the program after a competitive review process.

Virtual interviews will be held no later than March 2023. Applicants will also be invited to interview on a rolling basis.

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