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The Boston University Surgery Residency Program offers the following residency fellowships: 

Surgical Critical Care Fellowship

The Surgical Critical Care Fellowship offered by the Section of Surgical Critical Care at BMC is an ACGME-accredited one-year clinical fellowship that provides rotations in the surgical, medical, and neurointensive ICUs. In addition, elective rotations in radiology, ultrasound, trauma and acute care surgery, and anesthesia are included. Applicants should be board-eligible in general surgery and will need to be licensed by the state of Massachusetts prior to beginning the fellowship. General Surgery residents must have finished at least three categorical years in an ACGME-, RRC-approved residency program to be considered.

Read more about the Surgical Critical Care Fellowship.

To apply, please use the Surgical Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery Fellowship Application Service (SAFAS), which was developed by the Surgical Critical Care Program Directors Society. 

2024 Interview Dates:

Thursday, July 11
Wednesday, July 17
Thursday, July 25
Tuesday, July 30

Contact Information

For additional questions or information, please contact fellowship coordinator Lana Ketlere, or 617-638-8442.


Vascular and Endovascular Fellowship

The Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery is committed to educating future vascular surgeons. The division offers a comprehensive, two-year ACGME-accredited Vascular Surgery Fellowship program, which accepts one new resident each year.

Read more about the Vascular and Endovascular Fellowship

All applicants must submit an application using the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

2024 Interview Dates:

Monday, Feb. 26
Monday, March 25
Monday, April 1

Contact Information

For additional questions or information, please contact fellowship coordinator Lana Ketlere, or 617-638-8442.