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Fellowships

AOA Accredited Clinical Fellowship In Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (VIC0022)

Melbourne Shoulder and Elbow Centre (MSAEC) has conducted an Upper Limb Fellowship since 1995. The fellowship is highly sought after and Post Graduate Orthopaedic Surgeons wishing to train further in the subspeciality have come from both Australia and internationally.

Supervisors

  • A/Professor Simon BellMBBS, FRCS, FRACS(Gen), FRACS (Orth), FAOrthA, PhD
  • Mr Warwick WrightMBBS, FRACS (Orth) Dip Anat, DipCom Sci
  • Mr Brendan SooMBBS, FRACS (Orth)
  • Mr Harry ClitherowMBChB(Otago), FRACS (Orth)
  • Mr. Tom TresederMBBS, FRACS (Orth)

Length: 6 Months

Stipend: approx. $90,000.p.a. stipend plus private assisting

Educational goals and characteristics:

This clinical fellowship is principally concerned with the teaching of orthopaedic aspects of Upper Limb Surgery. Experience in this area includes all types of arthroscopic surgery, arthroplasty with PSIand management of sports injuries. Operating experience is as an assistant in private and public operating exposure is at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.

A research project is expected to be completed for a peer review Journal within the 6 months.

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2020 Fellows

  • Wessel Greef (South Africa)
  • Féoline Luttgens-Weimar (Belgium)

 

Previous Fellows

2019

  • Maciej Simon (Germany)
  • Stephen Hannah (UK)

2018

  • Gray Edwards (UK)
  • Rishi Dhir (UK)

2017

  • Maxim Christmas (Jamaica)
  • Martin Paulsson (Sweden)

2016

  • Wei-Han Tay (Australia)
  • Godefroy Brais (Canada)
  • Justin Alexander (Australia)
  • Robert Elliott (New Zealand)
  • Michael Bercik (USA)

2015

  • Stephanie Hinse (Canada)
  • Ian Mayne (USA)
  • David Knox (UK)

2014

  • Harry Clitherow (New Zealand)
  • Benjamin East (USA)
  • Scott Barker (UK)

2013

  • Malin Wijeratna (UK)
  • Nikolaos Manidakis (Greece)
  • Christian Warzecha (Poland/Germany)

2012

  • Benjamin Amis (USA)
  • Mark Porte (Canada)
  • Richard Pennington (Australia)

2011

  • Tjarco Alta (Holland)

2010

  • Adam Ellison (USA)
  • Yi Jia Lim (Singapore)
  • David Miller (UK)

2009

  • David Gay (USA)
  • Tom Goehre (Germany)

2008

  • Roger Sloan (UK)
  • Michael Maguire (Australia)
  • Jason Old (Australia)

 

2007

  • Dilraj (Raj) Sandher (UK)
  • Ross Kingston (UK)

2006

  • Keng Thiam Lee (Singapore)
  • Dirk Frauenschuh (Germany)
  • Joerg Rhau (Germany)
  • Richard J. Harrison (USA)

2005

  • Roger van Reit (Belgium)
  • Lee Yeun Wong (Jenny) (Singapore)
  • Damien McClelland (UK)

2004

  • Michael Edwards (Australia)
  • Mark Crowther (UK)

2003

  • Christopher B White (USA)
  • Jean Francois Begin (Jeff) (Canada)

2002

  • Cassandra Robertson (Canada)
  • Homan Zandi (Australia)

2001

  • Edward Kelly (USA)
  • Kian Ang (Singapore)
  • Attila Pavlik (Hungary)

2000

  • Rex Bryce (USA)
  • Sean O’Leary (UK)

1999

  • Ian McNabb (UK)
  • James Wilson (UK)

1998

  • Anil Chakrabarti (UK)
  • Beng Kuen Chan (Singapore)
  • Andrew Weber (Australia)

1997

  • Stuart Hay (UK)

1996

  • John Salmon (Australia)

1995

  • Martin Richardson (Australia)