Fellowship director Roger Cornwall, MD, is nationally known for his expertise in treating conditions that affect the pediatric hand and upper extremities, including complex trauma and congenital deformities.
The clinical scope of the pediatric hand fellowship requires a solid base of hand surgery knowledge and skills. Among the critical components to successful pediatric hand surgery training is the juxtaposition of pediatric and adult hand surgery principles. Prior completion of an adult hand surgery fellowship will allow the fellow to appreciate those differences and the uniqueness of the pediatric population.
- Pediatric orthopaedic hand and upper extremity surgery
- Congenital hand and upper extremity abnormalities
- Complex pediatric elbow trauma and deformities
- Pediatric hand and wrist trauma
Application for Fellowship
The Hand Fellowship does not participate in a match program. At this time the Hand Fellowship only accepts U.S and Canada applicants. For application information, please contact:
Administrative Assistant to Drs. Roger Cornwall, MD and Kevin Little, MD.
Division of Orthopaedics- MLC# 2017
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229