ASOPRS (Two-Year, Odd) Fellowship – Program 5211

ASOPRS Fellowship Program Overview Video 

ASOPRS Fellowship Presentation Video

Virtual Tour of the Department of Ophthalmology

The goal of the ASOPRS (American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery) fellowship is to complement the basic knowledge gained in the ophthalmology residency program and to provide more extensive exposure to the medical diagnosis, surgical management, and surgical correction of ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive disorders as well as the management of neuro-ophthalmic and orbital diseases. Participants will be exposed to the entire gamut of orbital and oculoplastic pathology and the surgical management of these patients. For more fellowship details, please visit the ASOPRS website.  

ASOPRS Fellowship Program Overview

Ronald Mancini, M.D., ASOPRS fellowship director, details the advantages of undertaking this program at UT Southwestern:

Virtual Tour of the Department of Ophthalmology

Prerequisites

Candidates must have successfully completed ACGME (or Canadian equivalent) accredited ophthalmology residency training and be eligible to obtain a full Texas medical license. U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status is required.

Application due date: Recruitment will begin in 2022.

2022 Interview dates: TBD

Stipend: PGY5, no less than $70,000

Application

ASOPRS (Two-Year, Odd) Fellowship Program applicants must register and submit an application through the SFMatchInterviews are required and granted by invitation only. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the interview day will be virtual, conducted via online modalites. Candidates invited to interview may be requested to submit a CV, photo, and supplemental application.

Apply via SFMatch

Preceptors