Breast Surgical Oncology
Program Director: Emilia J. Diego, MD
The Breast Surgery Oncology Division offers a one-year surgical fellowship designed to provide in-depth multidisciplinary training in the diagnostic evaluation, surgical management, and adjuvant care of breast cancer patients, in addition to the management of patients with benign breast disorders.
Pediatric Surgery - International
Program Director: Barbara A. Gaines, MD
The fellow for the Pediatric Surgery International Fellowship at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh is fully integrated into the Pediatric Surgery Training Program and functions as an additional fellow to the two ACGME approved trainees.
Pediatric Surgical Critical Care
Program Director: Kelly Miller Austin, MD, MS, FACS, FAAP
The overall goal of the advanced residency training in Pediatric Surgical Critical Care at the UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh is to provide advanced proficiency in the care and management of critically ill surgical patients ranging in age from extreme prematurity through adulthood, with emphasis on the pediatric surgical critical care patient.
Surgical Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery
Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program Director: Matthew Randall Rosengart, MD, MPH
Training programs in surgical critical care and acute care surgery are under the auspices of both the Department of Surgery and the Department of Critical Care Medicine. The Surgical Critical Care Fellowship is accredited by the ACGME and the Acute Care Surgery Fellowship is accredited by the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, only the third such program to be approved.
Program Director: Martin N. Wijkstrom, MD
The transplant fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh has been designed to provide a comprehensive experience in the pre- and post-operative care of the transplant patient. This broad exposure includes medical and surgical management in renal, pancreas, hepatic and intestinal transplantation.