Trauma & Acute Care Surgery Anesthesia Fellowship

Program Director: Benn Lancman MBBS MHumFac FANZCA
Description: The Trauma Anesthesiology Fellowship curriculum provides in-depth training in all anesthesia relevant aspects of trauma and acute care surgery. It is a one-year non-ACGME program intended for physicians that have completed their residency in anesthesiology. The goal is to reach a level of competency and governance in trauma and emergency acute care surgery that enables the graduates to take on a leadership role in the respective field. For more information, please view the fellowship information sheet.

Clinical: Fellows will work as a clinical attending 3 days per week, with the additional 2 days per week devoted to the fellowship program.  Fellows will take one night of call per month. This will provide salary support during the clinical year.

Candidate qualifications: Completion of residency/board eligible in anesthesiology for US applicants, Board certification (foreign equivalence) for international applicants.

Application: Applications are accepted starting in June one year prior to the anticipated fellowship start date. Applications must include a CV, a letter of intent, and 3 references or 3 letters of recommendation.  For more information, please contact the program director, Benn Lancman at benn.lancman@ucsf.edu