Adult Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship

The Adult Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship at the University of Minnesota Medical Center is a one-year, ACGME-accredited (2612621025) clinical fellowship sponsored by the University of Minnesota Department of Orthopedic Surgery. We will select 2 fellows for the 2025-2026 academic year through the SF Match Program

The fellowship provides a broad training experience in the diagnosis, management, and surgical treatment of adult reconstructive disorders. Fellows are exposed to clinical problems spanning the breadth of complexity - from minimally invasive procedures, such as hip arthroscopy, to multiply revised joint replacements with substantial structural bone loss. In addition, problems ranging from osteoarthritis to complex revision joint replacements are encountered routinely. The University of Minnesota provides an ideal setting for the fellowship training program.

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Fellowship Faculty & Support Staff

Program Director

Edward Y. Cheng, MD

Program Coordinator

Erin Tuset

Program Core Faculty

Edward Y. Cheng, MD

Chenthuran Deivaraju, MD

Paul Hoogervorst, MD, PhD

Patrick M. Morgan, MD

Key Dates & Deadlines


  • January 12 & 13: Interviews
  • April 9: Program & Applicant Rank list submission deadline (12 p.m. PST)
  • April 16: Match results announced


  • August 1: Training begins

If you have any questions, please contact Program Coordinator Erin Tuset.

Grant Support

The University of Minnesota Department of Orthopedic Surgery Adult Reconstructive Fellowship graciously acknowledges the financial support from OMeGA Medical Grants Association to maintain this program. OMeGA is the only third-party administrator of fellowship grants to orthopedic programs in all nine subspecialties. Its non-biased, nonconflicted review process ensures the most meritorious and innovative programs receive funding. The department and Adult Reconstructive Fellowship wish to thank OMeGA for its support, which makes quality orthopedic education that improves innumerable patient lives possible.