Sports Medicine Fellowship
|Institution:||University of California Davis (UC Davis) School of Medicine
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Lee Anne Xiong, Education Programs Coordinator
|Type of Fellowship:||Sports Medicine|
|Length of Fellowship:||1 year|
|Prerequisites:||Completion of PM&R residency and California licensure by start of fellowship|
|Starting Date:||July 1|
|Salary Level:||Equivalent to PGY-5 (based on UC PGY salary scale)|
October 1 of year prior to fellowship start
|Approximate Interview Date:||
October through December of year preceding fellowship start. All interviews to be conducted at UC Davis Medical Center unless extenuating circumstances require other arrangements.
|Approximate Final Decision Date:||
Each year, decision date and match date are determined by the NRMP.
The UC Davis Sports Medicine Fellowship is a part of the NRMP match program. All decisions will be made based upon their yearly schedules.
Meets Requirements for American Board of Medical Specialties in Sports Medicine.
Application Process: All fellowship applications accepted through ERAS only. Please submit all requested documentation, including your current CV and three letters of recommendation. Please note, one letter should come from the residency Program Director, with two other supporting letters from appropriate faculty attesting to your qualifications. Interviews will be held after the receipt of all application materials.
Description: This fellowship is for 1 year in the diagnosis and clinical management of sports and related musculoskeletal disorders. Close collaboration exists with the Department of Orthopedics, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, and Radiology at UC Davis. The fellow will primarily work with Sports-Board certified physiatrists, Drs. Brandee Waite, Alberto Panero, Julie Ingwerson, and Brian Davis. Fellows will also work with nationally-renowned Family Practice Sports physician Dr. Jeff Tanji. Fellows will work directly with the UC Davis Sports Orthopedic Surgeons, Drs. Richard Marder, James Van den Boegarde and Cassandra Lee. Clinic and surgical time is also spent with the Sacramento Rivercats’ (San Francisco Giants’ Triple AAA affiliate) Team Physician, Dr. Alan Hirahara. Fellows will also rotate with Musculoskeletal and Neuroimaging radiologists and Orthopedic Hand, Joint, Foot & Ankle, Pediatric Fracture Clinic and Spine Surgeons. Elective time is available for other rotations with approval from the Sports Medicine faculty.