Our fellowship training programs strive to enhance competency and improve surgical skills in a cutting-edge learning environment. Fellows perform a wide-range of procedures and participate in the multidisciplinary care of surgical patients. The novel clinical and research components of these fellowships are further enriched by the experienced and renowned faculty in our Department.
- Abdominal Transplant Surgery Fellowship
- Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellowship
- Colorectal Surgery Fellowship
- Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowship
- Endocrine Surgery Fellowship
- Head and Neck Oncology and Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship
- Laryngology Fellowship
- MIS, Foregut and Bariatric Surgery Fellowship
- Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
- Vascular Surgery Fellowship
Speech Language Pathology Clinical Fellowship
The latest education news
Association of VA Surgeons to Host Annual Symposium in Madison
The Association of VA Surgeons will hold their 46th Annual Surgical Symposium here in Madison, WI, with University of Wisconsin Department of Surgery faculty James Maloney, MD, providing support as the Local Chair. The conference …
2023 Match: Announcing Our New Residents!
The Wisconsin Department of Surgery is excited to announce the selection of our 2022 matched residents. We’re pleased to welcome these gifted future surgeons to our residency programs! General Surgery Residency >> Academic Track Michael …
Fostering Leadership and Comradery in a Diverse and Dispersed Department
There are general professional development courses, and then there are healthcare-specific professional development courses. Many members of the University of Wisconsin Department of Surgery have experienced both types of courses and have learned a little …
Welcome Monet C. McCalla, URiM Participant!
For aspiring surgeon Monet C. McCalla, a visit to Madison, Wisconsin balanced both new and familiar experiences. As a Florida native, McCalla felt at home kayaking on the lakes near campus. As a fourth-year medical …
Welcoming Our New Faculty!
Katherine Bakke, MD, MPH is one of our newest Assistant Professors through the Division of Acute Care & Regional General Surgery. She will be based at Unity Point-Meriter Hospital, where she will primarily focus on …