Department of Surgery
  • Core Residency Programs

    The department’s core residencies are comprised of two general surgery programs (one based at UPMC Presbyterian and the other at UPMC Mercy) and an integrated vascular surgery residency. 

  • Clinical Fellowships

    The department offers fellowships in acute care, hepatobiliary surgery, bariatric surgery, pediatric surgery, pediatric critical care transplantation, surgical critical care, and surgical oncology, as well as an independent vascular surgery training program. 

  • Research Training

    The Department of Surgery hosts four NIH training grants, which allow for a dedicated effort in the area of resident and fellow research.  

  • Core Residency Programs

    The department’s core residencies are comprised of two general surgery programs (one based at UPMC Presbyterian and the other at UPMC Mercy) and an integrated vascular surgery residency. 

  • Clinical Fellowships

    The department offers fellowships in acute care, hepatobiliary surgery, bariatric surgery, pediatric surgery, pediatric critical care transplantation, surgical critical care, and surgical oncology, as well as an independent vascular surgery training program. 

  • Research Training

    The Department of Surgery hosts four NIH training grants, which allow for a dedicated effort in the area of resident and fellow research.  

Links

 

Pittsburgh Surgical Outcomes Research Center (PittSORCe)
PittSORCE is devoted to transforming the conduct of clinical research within the Department of Surgery.

 

Surgical Education Research Program (SERP)
Education research for the surgeon and the cognitive operating room of the future. Offered by the Department of Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh, SERP welcomes faculty, post-graduates, and undergraduates in surgery to advance as educators and innovate in the field.

 

Pittsburgh Trauma Research Center (PTRC)
The PTRC's mission is to foster and promote a greater understanding of traumatic injury through research, education, and innovation.