University of Maryland Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Fellowship

Mohit N. Gilotra, MD MS, Program Director

Other Faculty: S. Ashfaq Hasan MD, Timothy Codd MD, Brian Shiu MD

Fellowship Coordinator: Ashley Olhausen MBA MHA

University of Maryland
22 S. Greene Street, Baltimore MD 21201

Phone: 443-462-5903


Duration: 1 year (August 1 to July 31)

Number of Fellows: 1 fellow per year

Stipend: Commensurate with PGY-6 level of training (plus benefits)

Location: University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD

Fellowship Description:

This fellowship offers comprehensive training in shoulder/elbow surgical care. The aim of the fellowship
is to graduate an autonomous fellow who is skilled in both open and arthroscopic approaches. The
program includes twelve months with Drs. Ash Hasan, Mohit Gilotra, Tim Codd and Brian Shiu whose
practices include all aspects of shoulder/elbow surgery including adult, pediatric, traumatic,
degenerative and sports pathologies. The fellow will have the opportunity to take care of common and
unusual shoulder/elbow conditions.

The fellow will develop the knowledge and experience across our sites for comprehensive evaluation of
surgical and non-surgical shoulder/elbow pathologies. As a group, we perform over 2000
shoulder/elbow procedures a year and are the leading referral center for complex consultations
throughout Maryland, Southern Delaware and parts of West Virginia. We have particular expertise in
complex elbow trauma, sports elbow injuries, elbow arthroscopy and post-traumatic elbow
reconstruction. The fellow provides care at the Baltimore VA medical center in the clinic and operating
room with faculty supervision.

The shoulder/elbow research program is performing ongoing randomized controlled trials, multicenter
clinical research and federally funded animal model rotator cuff research. The fellow will have the time
and resources participate in high quality basic science and clinical research. The trainee will learn key
principles to grow their own funded research program. We have an ongoing weekly didactics conference
focused on case review, journal club and the latest evidence based techniques. The fellow has scheduled
time to improve surgical skills with the on campus arthroscopic cadaver lab. Applicants are
encouraged to apply through the SFMatch and all Match-related regulations will be followed.


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