The majority of program graduates continue training in a specialized area of surgery. Fellowship positions obtained by the graduating chief residents over the past few years include the following:

2019

  • Endocrine Surgery
    Weill Cornell Medical Center, NY
  • Plastic Surgery
    Henry Ford Medical Center, MI
  • Thoracic Surgery & Vascular Surgery
    Carolinas Medical Center, NC

2018

  • Critical Care
    Weill Cornell Medical Center, NY
  • Vascular
    Rutgers-University Hospital, NJ

2017

  • Colorectal
    Henry Ford Medical Center, MI
  • Cardiothoracic
    University of Minnesota, MN
  • Colorectal
    Thomas Jefferson University, PA

2016

  • Vascular
    Rutgers-University Hospital, NJ
  • Critical Care
    Maricopa Medical Center, AR
  • Cardiothoracic
    Montefiore Medical Center, NY
  • Hepatobiliary
    St. Johns' Providence Hospital, MI

2015

  • Transplant
    University of Minnesota, MN
  • Endocrine
    Duke University, NC
  • Trauma/Critical Care
    Westchester Medical Center, NY

2014

  • Cardiothoracic
    Tufts University, MA

2013

  • Colorectal
    Henry Ford Medical Center, MI
  • Colorectal
    University of South Florida, FL
  • Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery
    Providence Health & Services, OR
  • Multi-Organ Transplantation
    Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, IL

2012

  • Endocrine
    Texas A&M-Scott & White, TX
  • Vascular
    Maimonides; University of Buffalo, NY
  • Plastic Surgery
    Duke University, NC

2011

  • Critical Care Medicine
    UMDNJ-RWJ at Camden (Cooper Univ. Hospital), NJ
  • Surgical Oncology
    H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, FL
  • Cardiac Surgery
    Montefiore Medical Center, NY
  • Vascular Surgery
    Henry Ford Medical Center, MI

2010

  • Trauma Critical Care
    UMDNJ-Newark, NJ
  • Vascular Surgery
    Mount Sinai University, NY

2009

  • Transplant Fellowship
    Mount Sinai Medical Center, NY
  • Colorectal Fellowship
    Saint Luke's Roosevelt, NY

2008

  • Hepatobiliary Surgery
    University of South Florida, FL
  • Minimally Invasive Lap Surgery
    Albany University, NY
  • Trauma
    University of Southern California, LA
  • Plastic Surgery
    University of Louisville, KY

2007

  • Transplantation
    Washington University in Saint Louis, MI
  • Colon-Rectal
    University of Miami, FL
  • Pediatric Critical Care/Surgery
    University of Michigan, MI

2006

  • Cardiothoracic Surgery
    Oregon Health Sciences University, OR
  • Critical Care
    Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Trauma/Critical Care
    University of Southern CA Medical Center, CA