The Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine is a one-year program, accredited by the Orthopaedic Trauma Association. The fellowship offers trainees a dynamic experience that encompasses all aspects of orthopaedic trauma at Indiana’s most experienced Level I Trauma Center in IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Fellows receive an unmatched level of engagement from IU School of Medicine faculty orthopaedic surgeons to enhance surgical technique and skill through individually tailored and focused training.
Under the leadership of Anthony Sorkin, MD, from 2013-18, the program has rapidly ascended to become nationally recognized with an exceptional surgical experience and research opportunities. Greg Gaski, MD, now serves as the program director and works alongside six fellowship-trained orthopaedic traumatologists, all of whom have trained at the busiest trauma centers in the United States. Dedicated to teaching, faculty orthopaedic surgeons treat the most complex injuries and train fellows with an emphasis on contemporary, evidence-based techniques.