Clinical / Research Fellowship
- The aim of the Fellowship is to provide experience in the diagnosis, management, and ongoing care, both surgical and non-surgical, of all disorders of the knee, which may present to an orthopaedic surgeon with a sub-specialty practice in knee surgery.
Dr Amit Meena
This Fellowship provides a comprehensive exposure to all disorders of the knee, with a balance between clinical work and research. There will be extensive exposure to all areas of knee surgery including arthroplasty, arthroscopy and sports reconstructive surgery, and trauma, including major ligamentous disruptions and periarticular fractures. Fellows will be occupied in perioperative patient care, assisting with and performing supervised surgery, and pursuing research projects.
There is a strong focus on clinical research and there are research links with some of great international institutions. Fellows will be actively involved in regular clinical and scientific meetings, and will be expected to produce at least one research project suitable for presentation at an international meeting and subsequent publication.
Overall this Fellowship provides a world-class experience in all aspects of knee surgery with an excellent balance between clinical and research activities.