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 on average 2 days per week, with the additional 3 days per week devoted to the fellowship program much of which will involve clinical care.  Fellows will take on average two nights 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