The Department of Surgery offers fellowships in six specialty areas.
This fellowship offers two different tracks: cardiothoracic or general thoracic.
The University of Minnesota has over a 50-year tradition of training surgeons in the specialty of colon and rectal surgery.
This Congenital Cardiac Surgery Fellowship program focuses on a greater educational opportunity around inpatient post-operative care management.
This program offers a comprehensive combination of clinical experiences and research opportunities for fellows to apply new advances in critical care.
This fellowship has served as the prototype for the development of transplant fellowships throughout the country.
The University of Minnesota is one of only ten states that supports a specialized residency in rural surgery.
50+ OPERATIONS WITH SURGICAL FELLOWS
With the increased number of accepted organ donations, the Department can train surgical fellows to perform liver transplants by participating in roughly 50 operations yearly in high volumes for the American Society of Transplant Surgeons (ASTS) for training requirements.