Washington University School of Medicine, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowship

Jay D. Keener, MD, Fellowship Director
Aaron M. Chamberlain, MD
Alexander W. Aleem, MD
Ken Yamaguchi, MD
Ben Zmistowski, MD

Washington University School of Medicine, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
660 South Euclid Avenue, Campus Box 8233, Attn: Linda Burnworth
St. Louis, MO 63110

Phone: 314-747-2639

E-mail: keenerj@wustl.edu; burnworthl@wustl.edu

Number of Fellows: 2 fellows per year

Fellowship Description:

Contact Person:
Linda Burnworth, Shoulder & Elbow Fellowship Coordinator
Phone: 314-747-2639
Email: burnworthl@wustl.edu

All application materials should be submitted directly through the SF Match website: SF Match – Orthopaedic Shoulder & Elbow
Application deadline is November 1, 2020

This fellowship is designed to train candidates for a career in shoulder and elbow surgery. It will provide experience in shoulder and elbow disorders with optional training in sports-related and/or hand subspecialties. The fellows will work on the Shoulder   and Elbow service for at least eleven months. Additionally, one month can be used for an optional rotation in research, sports, or to continue on the shoulder and elbow service. Operative experience includes arthroscopic and advanced reconstructive cases including arthroplasty, arthrodesis, muscle transfers, revision surgery, and shoulder/elbow trauma. A high volume arthroscopy experience includes rotator cuff disorders, instability surgery and elbow arthroscopy for a wide variety of diagnoses. Approximately twenty percent of the operative volume involves specifically the elbow.

The fellow will be a member of the faculty at Washington University School of Medicine with an appointment as instructor. Clinical care is provided at Barnes Jewish Hospital, the Orthopedic Outpatient Center and Barnes Jewish West County Hospital. The fellows also provide independent shoulder and elbow care at the John Cochran Veterans Hospital. There is access to a service specific arthroscopy wet lab with two stations equipped to perform cadaveric shoulder and/or elbow arthroscopic procedures, as well as a state of the art conference facility. The fellows can anticipate independent activity conducting VA Shoulder and Elbow Clinics, and operating on Barnes-Jewish Hospital emergency or VA cases. Educational activities include weekly indications conference, weekly didactic lectures, an anatomical dissection program, and monthly journal club. Participation in research projects is encouraged. Clinical experience will provide shoulder and elbow training and opportunities to contribute to the educational program for residents and medical students. This program is part of the Shoulder & Elbow SF Match process. Interviews will be conducted Friday, February 26, 2021.


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