Sports Medicine Fellowship, USA
Sports Medicine Fellowship
The fellowship has a full five year accreditation and meets all requirements of the ACGME.
Training opportunities include working with athletes at both the University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University as well as working with the UM’s MedSport group and our exciting multi-disciplinary faculty.
The Fellowship is 12 months in length and provides comprehensive clinical and academic training in primary care sports medicine. Additional opportunities for research development are available.
Fellowship graduates will be fully prepared and eligible to take the examination for the Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine (CAQ) offered by their appropriate specialty Board.
Fellows will have the opportunity to rotate through all clinical sites within the fellowship and will maintain a longitudinal clinical experience within their core specialty.
Besides the outstanding resources of the University of Michigan, MedSport and our exciting athletic opportunities, we have nine faculty who currently hold CAQ’s in Sports Medicine with whom you will have the chance to work with and learn from.
The first fellow in this training program graduated June 1993. The fellowship was first accredited by the ACGME in September 1996, and re-accredited in 2001 and 2007.
We are excited to expand the fellowship in 2009 to a second fellow and encourage the opportunity for research in Sports Medicine upon completion for interested fellows.
Application Requirements for Sports Medicine Fellowship
Applicants are required to be residency-trained in family medicine, to be certified by the American Board of Family Medicine or be scheduled to take the board certification examination in July of the coming year, and have a significant commitment to a teaching and / or research career in sports medicine.
Fellows will be appointed at the appropriate postgraduate level consistent with previous experience and training, and receive a stipend and benefits consistent with the level of appointment.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer and specifically invites minorities and female candidates to apply.
The fellowship program participates with the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) under the supervision of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM).
Standard applications should be requested from the AMSSM. The program subscribes to all application, interviewing and match list deadlines specified by the NRMP.
Inquiries and requests for information can be directed to the Fellowship Recruitment Office.
These items are required :
- Personal Statement
- Curriculum Vitae
- Three (3) reference letters, one of which must be from your Program Director
- Medical School Dean’s Letter
- Medical School Transcript
We will accept applications for the 2011-2012 fellowship program beginning July 15, 2010 through September 30, 2010.