Learning opportunities at all levels
The Division of General Surgery has a number of educational opportunities for learners of all levels.
Continuing professional development
Take our annual refresher course and access valuable information on everything from new surgical developments to maintaining a work-life balance. Find out more about continuing professional development.
We have three fellowship programs: Hepato Pancreato Biliary (HPB), Minimally Invasive Surgery and Peritoneal Oncology. Our fellows are an integral part of our teaching, research and clinical care.
As a surgeon trainee, a strong research background—and all the skills that come with it—is critical to your success. Research experience not only gives you the ability to interpret and assess research-based literature, it also gives you the knowledge you need to act on best practices and provide responsible, high-quality patient care. Find out more about our research curriculum.
Our five-year residency program will provide you with access to excellent academic teaching, research opportunities and a wealth of clinical and operative experiences. Find out more about our residency program.
During a general surgery clerkship elective, you will get a thorough introduction to the signs, symptoms and complications behind a variety of surgeries, including gastrointestinal surgery, hernias and breast cancer. Find out more about the undergraduate clerkship.