Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery at Staten Island University Hospital
The State Island University Hospital Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship is a one-year program. It is designed to offer an opportunity to gain both technical skills and knowledge in advanced laparoscopic surgery. This occurs through direct clinical activity, education, and involvement in scholarly research activity. The fellow is involved in the work-up and management of patients requiring gastrointestinal, endocrine, colorectal and obesity surgery.
The fellow is involved in general surgery resident training. This includes involvement in the MIS skill training labs as well as developing presentations for resident education. Clinical research is also an integral part of the program. The fellowship does include some exposure to basic flexible endoscopy. Current time distribution is: 70 percent clinical work, 20 percent educational activities, and 10 percent research.
SIUH currently offers one Fellowship position each year matched through the Fellowship Council. All interviews will be extended through this process.
For more information, contact:
Karen E. Gibbs, MD, FACS
Division of Bariatric & Minimally Invasive Surgery
Staten Island University Hospital
475 Seaview Avenue Staten Island, NY 10305
Karen E. Gibbs, MD
- Director of Service - Director of Bariatric Surgery of Surgery - Bariatric Surgery, Staten Island University Hospital
- Director of Service - Director of Laparoscopic Surgery of Surgery - Bariatric Surgery, Staten Island University Hospital
- Program Director - Program Director, General Surgery of Surgery - Bariatric Surgery, Staten Island University Hospital
- Assistant Professor, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
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