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The Stanford University School of Medicine is offering a Digital Orthodontic Fellowship in cleft lip/palate & craniofacial anomalies to work with Joseph M. DeSimone and HyeRan Choo. This program includes cutting edge translational research, innovative clinical application, and service components. It is a great opportunity for young graduates of orthodontic residency programs to spend a year being involved in treatment planning and treating complicated craniofacial and cleft cases, encompassing non-surgical infant orthodontics for molding, airway security, and feeding, and surgical orthodontics for growing children and adults. The fellowship is focused on development of clinical applications of innovative technology and research in the settings of neonatal intensive care unit, craniofacial center, pediatric otolaryngology, and pediatric sleep disorder center of the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford (H Peter Lorenz, MD and HyeRan Choo, DDS, DMD, MS) in partnership with the Department of Radiology using advanced imaging and scanning technologies, 3D printing, and the development of software treatment planning (Joseph M. DeSimone, PhD).
Stipend support and benefits are provided.
- Recent graduate of an orthodontic residency program is preferred by the start of the fellowship.
- Domestic Applications Only
- Curriculum Vita
- Cover letter
- Two letters of professional recommendation