Bradshaw Research Fellowship
The residents in the Department of General Surgery have the opportunity to participate in the Bradshaw Fellowship in honor of Dr. Howard H. Bradshaw, the Chair of Surgery from 1941-1968. Dr. Bradshaw, a key recruit of Dr. Coy Carpenter from Jefferson Medical College, formed a Department of Surgery that embraced the principles of excellence in education, clinical care and research.
The Bradshaw fellow undertakes one to two years of funded research in the medical school. This research experience can include both clinical and basic science research. It is advised that residents interested in the Bradshaw Fellowship to contact Dr. John Stewart one year prior to applying for the Fellowship.
Former Bradshaw Fellows