For the 2020 Match (fellowship August 1, 2021-July 31, 2023), the University of Wisconsin is offering two 2-year fellowships in Liver, Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation. The University of Wisconsin Abdominal Transplant Surgery Fellowship is accredited by the American Society of Transplant Surgeons.
Registration for the Abdominal Transplant Surgery Fellowship Match must be completed via the SF Match website (www.sfmatch.org)
2020 Match Application Timeline
1/15/2020 SF Match applicant registration opens
2/12/2020 SF Match target date for completed applications
6/10/2020 Match deadline
6/17/2020 Match results
Questions about application timeline? Contact Janet Fox at (608) 263-9903 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Submit Application
Applicants for the Abdominal Transplant Match are required to submit the following documents using the SF Match Central Application Service (CAS):
- Complete CAS application form at www.sfmatch.org
- Current CV
- Recent photo
- Three letters of recommendation, including one from current residency program director and two from surgeons who have worked with you clinically.
Please Note: All applications must be submitted using SF Match Central Application Service. Applications sent directly to the University of Wisconsin Abdominal Transplant Fellowship Program will not be considered.
Applications will be reviewed by our selection committee and applicants will be notified of their decision regarding an interview.
Questions regarding application requirements or submission? Contact Janet Fox at (608) 263-9903 or email@example.com.
Application information for foreign medical graduates
To confirm your eligibility to apply for a Transplant Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin, clarification of citizenship, permanent residency in the U.S., or visa status is required. The University of Wisconsin does not sponsor clinical J visas for fellows. Therefore, foreign medical graduates who apply must be eligible for an H visa or have obtained a J waiver to be considered for a position at the University of Wisconsin.
Transplant fellows at the University of Wisconsin hold the academic appointment of Clinical Instructor in Surgery and bill for some services. Therefore, all applicants must also be U.S. Board eligible or Board certified. To be Board eligible, applicants must have five years of residency training in the United States.
If you are eligible to apply for this fellowship based on U.S. citizenship, permanent residency or visa status, as well as Board eligibility, you may apply per the instruction guidelines on this site.