ASAPS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS
The ASAPS Fellowship program has been developed to expand on the pre-Fellowship training in aesthetic surgery that is an integral part of Plastic and Reconstructive surgery training. This allows sub-specialisation in an area of interest such as breast surgery, facial surgery, rhinoplasty surgery, body contouring surgery. At the end of the College training we would like to offer our graduates the option to learn and compliment their aesthetic knowledge and skills by doing a fellowship. Fellowships are supported by our industry partners in the form of scholarships to augment the stipend for these fellowships. The following fellowships are currently available, although timing is subject to availability. They are all for 6 months and some are run by individuals and some by a group of surgeons.
Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship St Lukes Hospital Potts Point Sydney
This aesthetic surgery fellowship will provide the Fellow with aesthetic surgery exposure ranging from facial aesthetics through face-lift, neck-lift, and rhinoplasty. Body contouring in the form of liposuction, abdominoplasty, and massive weight loss surgery as well as broad exposure to breast aesthetic surgery in the form of breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast-lift as well as breast reconstruction.
This fellowship will require you to conduct at least one significant research project in the field of aesthetic surgery. Funding will be provided for the research to be presented at an appropriate national or international meeting of the Fellows’ choice.
Expression of interest may be sent to Dr Jeremy Hunt, 609/180 Ocean St Edgecliff 2027, Ph 02 9327 1733 Fax 02 9327 1066 firstname.lastname@example.org
Advanced Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Gold Coast, Queensland Australia
This training program has been developed by Breast Academy Gold Coast Pty Ltd.
The Breast Academy at Pacific Private Hospital is a multi-‐disciplinary patient focused clinic providing an affordable Australian alternative to overseas cosmetic surgery tourism. It is based at Pacific Private Hospital, a fully accredited 5-‐theatre facility on Australia’s Gold Coast.
The Academy employs an evidence-based approach to aesthetic surgery and all its surgeons are fully qualified plastic surgeons.
The goal of the Breast Academy Fellowship program is lifelong learning and continued professional development with a focus on breast augmentation and aesthetic breast surgery. Our mentoring program allows Plastic Surgeon wishing to further build on skills gained during SET training (or its international equivalents) to draw on the technical experience of senior surgeons.
The Breast Academy Fellowship program is unique in that it provides an opportunity for “hands-‐on” training by experienced plastic surgery mentors and access to a large number of cases.
Application and or enquiries should be sent to Kate Sullivan, Clinical & Fellow Coordinator at email@example.com
Aesthetic Face and Nose Fellowship Sydney
An exciting new Aesthetic Facial Fellowship is immediately available in Sydney with Dr Jack Zoumaras. Dr Zoumaras has trained extensively in Facelift, Rhinoplasty and Eyelid Surgery in leading centres in the USA and Europe and has offered these treatments in Sydney for the past 6 years.
The successful fellow will have a case mix of only above the shoulder surgery. This will suit a fellow that has an interest in facial aesthetics or just wants more exposure to this area.
Deep plane, High SMAS facelifts, ultrasonic rhinoplasty techniques and advanced eyelid techniques are used on a weekly basis and will offer the fellow a rich experience. Please contact Dr Jack Zoumaras firstname.lastname@example.org
Advanced Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Melbourne
Established over 20 years ago by the Melbourne Institute of Plastic Surgery, the Advanced Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Fellowship is available to young plastic surgeons who have achieved FRACS or an overseas equivalent. The paid fellowship is usually for six months and involves assisting in many aesthetic surgical procedures as part of a busy private plastic surgery group practice. It also includes participation in a clinical research program, the opportunity for publication in a peer reviewed plastic surgery journal and presentation at a RACS-approved plastic surgery meeting. Applications should be accompanied by a CV and 2 references sent to email@example.com with the subject line ‘Advanced Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Fellowship Application – Attention Mr Rick Hartman.’
Plastic & Aesthetic Surgery New Zealand
The New Zealand Institute of Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery offers a Fellowship in Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery. Open to Australasian Fellows who have attained FRACS in plastic surgery, the position is ideally suited to New Zealand trainees who have completed their training and are eligible to bill for ACC and insurance work as a specialist. The six-month position can be tailored to time constraints of other northern hemisphere fellowships.
It involves working within a group practice of four surgeons with a range of skills and interests. Fellows will be exposed to all aspects of aesthetic surgery, as well as breast reconstruction, general reconstructive and skin cancer-related surgery. A research project is expected with presentation at an Australasian meeting or publication. ASAPS supports the fellowship directly with a generous grant. Applicants must be trainee or associate members of ASAPS. Applications can be made by emailing Mr Januszkiewicz or Mr Bartlett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cosmetic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Sydney
Applications are open for the position of Fellow in Cosmetic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Macquarie University. The paid fellowship has been running for five years and trained plastic surgeons from Australia, New Zealand, Europe, South Africa and Asia. Applicants must be FRACS (plastic and reconstructive) or equivalently qualified, and hold or be eligible to obtain medical registration in New South Wales. This requires current IELTS academic grading for competency in English. Fellowships are either six or 12 months with an option to enrol in a Certificate of Advanced Surgery Course at Macquarie University during the attachment. The university department has six plastic surgeons, two maxillofacial surgeons and works closely with the Department of Breast Oncology and Surgery. The Department head is Professor Anand Deva who also runs a scientific research program into surgical and implant infection. Fellows are encouraged to become involved and complete a research project during their time at Macquarie. Please forward your application to Coralie McFee, Doctors in Training Manager, MQ Health, Ground Floor, F10A Building, 2 Technology Place, Macquarie University, NSW 2109, Australia, +61 (2) 9850 2859, Coralie.McFee@mqhealth.org.au