- Wayne H. Lewis Professor of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
- Director, Division of Shoulder Surgery
- Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
- Chair, Johns Hopkins Orthopaedic Surgery at Johns Hopkins Howard County Medical Center
- Director, Shoulder Fellowship
- Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship
The Johns Hopkins Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship provides comprehensive training to prepare fellows for practicing shoulder and elbow surgery in a private practice or academic setting. We offer diverse experience in both clinical and surgical settings, with an opportunity to diagnose and treat a wide spectrum of pathology. A balanced, evidence-based, patient-centric, value-driven approach is emphasized. There are ample opportunities for clinical experience and research depending on your interests.
Duration: 12 months
Application deadline: October 15
Program start date: August 1
Number of fellows accepted: 2 fellows per year
Stipend: Commensurate with level of training, plus benefits
Location: The Johns Hopkins University and affiliated facilities
Apply: This fellowship participates in the ASES/SF Fellowship Match
For more information go to ASES's website.
Interviews will be performed from Labor Day to December 13. Positions will be offered beginning mid-December.
Fellows are involved in clinic with the staff surgeons and have their own clinic half a day each week. The clinical experience involves exposure to clinical problems from the mundane to the complex.
The surgical experience includes the whole gamut of shoulder surgery from arthroscopic to open procedures. The surgical cases include shoulder instability, rotator cuff, arthritis and a myriad of other conditions. Primary and revision procedures are performed, including reverse prosthesis, tendon transfers and bone block procedures for instability. Fellows have the opportunity to evaluate patients preoperatively, contribute to their surgery and see them postoperatively.
It's a privilege to train at Johns Hopkins. This institution has the finest professionals in every aspect of health care - not just orthopaedics. It offers a diverse patient population and provides exposure to a wide range of pathologies. Aside from its renowned history, the people here have inspired me to take away as much as I can.Ankit Bansal, M.D., Class of 2019
- Fellows interact with students, non-operating residents from other programs and with orthopaedic residents.
- Fellows should be interested in teaching in the clinic and the operating room.
- Each fellow is required to perform one research project, which should be submitted prior to the end of the fellowship.
- Involvement in other projects and publications is encouraged.
- There is opportunity to be involved in covering athletic events if desired.
- Fellows are encouraged to participate in outreach speaking engagements and in learning practical skills for practice, such as billing and documentation skills.
- The fellowship also has a weekly didactic program on shoulder topics.
I chose this fellowship because of the breadth of pathology, the clinical and academic resources and the team-based approach to patient care.Eric Huish, D.O., Class of 2019
Class of 2022
- Abdulaziz Ahmed, M.D.
- Kemi Fajolu, M.D.
- John Haskoor, M.D.
- Phillip Stetler, D.O.
Class of 2020
- Hari Gupta, D.O.
- Scott Weiner, D.O.
Class of 2019
- Ankit Bansal, M.D.
- Eric Huish, D.O.
The Johns Hopkins Shoulder Fellowship acknowledges OMeGA Medical Grants Association and the support of Zimmer Biomet, Depuy Synthes, and Stryker for its generous shoulder fellowship grant.