The one-year Breast Surgery Fellowship seeks to educate surgeons in the management of both benign and malignant breast disease. Graduating candidates should be confident in the skills acquired during their fellowship year and be trained to become leaders in either the academic or community setting.
The Duke General Surgery Residency Program is dedicated to providing a comprehensive training program. This encompasses the entire breadth of core general surgery and the general surgery subspecialties, which includes cardiothoracic, abdominal transplant, oncology, vascular, endocrine, colorectal, trauma, and pediatric surgery.
Residents in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Residency Program rotate through our breast surgery practice at Duke Raleigh Hospital.
We offer a monthly lecture series at Seeley Mudd building that includes Radiology trainees Breast Surgery fellows. All faculty and trainees taking care of patients with breast disease are invited.