The Thomas D. Cronin Fellowships in Plastic Surgery
The Plastics and Burns Fellowship at The University of Texas Medical at Houston is funded through a fellowship gifted in 1986 by the John S. Dunn Foundation, managed by the Memorial Hermann Foundation.
The candidate must be a resident in good standing who has completed at least 2 years of a surgical specialty, preferably General Surgery and a Texas license may be required. Selection is based on multiple parameters and the burn faculty recommends an appropriate candidate to the GME Department for appointment. All aspects of this fellowship are subject to change without notice. The fellowship is not ACGME approved.
The fellowship is only available when fund income is available, thus not every year and is a research and clinical fellowship.
For additional information, please email Esmeralda.O.Gonzalez@uth.tmc.edu or call: 713.500.7181
Location & Contact
6431 Fannin Street
Houston, Texas 77030
It is the goal of The University of Texas program in plastic and burns to educate and train physicians in the art and science of plastic and reconstructive surgery and to develop a responsible plastic surgeon with high moral and ethical character capable of functioning as an independent plastic surgeon.