The Yale Craniofacial Surgery fellowship is a multi-disciplinary program covering the full acumen for a career as a facial plastic and craniofacial surgeon. Priority on technical training and surgical decision-making, with an emphasis on the pre- and post-operative care of patients is the cornerstone of the craniofacial fellowship. The educational syllabus is designed to allow the fellow to gain graduated responsibility, develop comfort with management of complex treatment paradigms, and hone their clinical acumen for a career as a craniofacial surgeon.
Program highlights include:
- Adult and Pediatric Craniofacial Surgery
- Orthognathic Surgery
- Cleft Surgery
- Acute and Secondary Trauma Reconstruction
- Craniofacial Microsurgery
- Virtual surgical planning
- Distraction Osteogenesis
- Pediatric Plastic Surgery
- Vascular Anomalies
- Facial Plastic Surgery
Length of Training Program
The Yale Craniofacial Surgery Fellowship offers one (1) position for a one-year, non-ACGME accredited fellowship to applicants who have completed their residency in plastic surgery.
Appointments are for 12 months, from July 1st through June 30th.
- Current PGY-7 salary at YNHH.
Applicants must register for the SF Match and submit applications through the ASCFS online application system.