During the training period, this individual will be expected to participate in the Vascular Anomalies educational programs, outpatient and inpatient care, routine and complex surgical procedures, interventional radiology procedures, and pain management.
From an oncologic perspective, the trainee will be involved in the care and management of complex patients with malignancy. They will be involved in the pre and post-surgical management of the patient and gain greater understanding of multi-disciplinary care. The trainee will also be involved in clinical research projects in oncology and vascular malformations and expectation of publication and presentation at national meeting. The trainee will also participate in shared general pediatric surgery clinical and educational experiences with our current pediatric surgery trainees when deemed to be beneficial.
The goal of this fellowship position is to enable the trainee to gain expertise in the diagnosis, medical and operative management of a wide spectrum of complex vascular anomalies and childhood tumors. This experience will first and foremost expand the pool of specialists who will be able to care for these complex patients.