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The UAB Division of Pediatric Surgery offers two fellowships to interested trainees: the Pediatric Surgery Fellowship, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, and the Pediatric Endoscopic Surgery Fellowship, which is not accredited by the ACGME. Each fellowship provides trainees with clinical experience in pediatric surgery and spans from one to two years.

Pediatric Surgery Fellowship

The Division of Pediatric Surgery, UAB, and the Children's Health System have partnered to provide an outstanding training environment for the Pediatric Surgery Fellowship. All facets of pediatric surgery are available for the trainees. Special areas of interest and expertise include minimal invasive techniques, oncology, intestinal rehab, bariatric surgery, chest wall deformities, Hirschsprung's disease, anorectal malformation, congenital diaphragmatic hernia and ECMO, and trauma and burn care.

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Pediatric Endoscopic Surgery Fellowship

The Pediatric Endoscopic Surgery Fellowship Program seeks to teach and mentor skilled and compassionate pediatric endoscopic surgeons and to mold future leaders in pediatric endoscopic surgery. Key features of the program include a large and varied operative experience, including primary management of pediatric surgery patients in critical care units, NICU, PICU, ECMO, major trauma and burns, as well as significant experience in endoscopic surgery, surgical nutrition, solid tumors and a range of pediatric subspecialties.

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