Fellowship Program

Join Us in Shaping the Future of Osseointegration with Professor Munjed Al Muderis

Osseointegration Group of Australia

Established in 2010 by Professor Munjed Al Muderis, the Osseointegration Group of Australia (OGA) based at the Macquarie University Hospital Limb Reconstruction Centre is the largest Osseointegration centre worldwide. Renowned as a world’s center of excellence in Osseointegration, the OGA has provided care to hundreds of patients, including paralympians, cancer patients, and those who have experienced amputations due to complications of other medical conditions or due to injury.

Why Specialise in the field of Osseointegration?

Embarking on a fellowship in Osseointegration offers a unique and unparalleled opportunity to delve into the forefront of orthopedic innovation with Professor. Munjed Al Muderis. Osseointegration represents a revolutionary paradigm shift in prosthetic technology, and this fellowship provides an immersive experience for medical professionals seeking to excel in their careers.

The transformative nature of osseointegration extends beyond borders, making this fellowship an ideal choice for those with a global vision. By participating in this program, fellows not only elevate their expertise but also have the opportunity to bring these advancements back to their home countries, positively influencing patient care and contributing to the evolution of orthopedic practices worldwide. 

Fellowship Overview

We are excited to announce fellowship opportunities for aspiring orthopaedic surgeons who are eager to delve into the cutting-edge realm of osseointegration. This fellowship program offers a unique chance to work closely with Professor Munjed Al Muderis and his colleagues, gaining hands-on experience and contributing to the future of prosthetic advancements.

Formal details of the Accredited fellowships can be found on the Australian Orthopaedic Associan website.

Key Features of the Fellowship

  1. Hands-On Experience: Work directly with Professor Al Muderis on osseointegration procedures, gaining invaluable practical knowledge.
  2. Research Opportunities: Contribute to ongoing research projects, collaborating with a team at the forefront of orthopedic innovation.
  3. Multidisciplinary Learning: Engage with experts across various disciplines, fostering a holistic approach to patient care and prosthetic advancements.
  4. Networking Opportunities: Build connections within the global osseointegration community and establish relationships with leaders in the field.

Our Selection Criteria

Professional Excellence:

  • Medical professionals with a proven track record of excellence in orthopedic surgery, prosthetics, or related fields.
  • Demonstrated clinical proficiency and a commitment to delivering high-quality patient care.

Team Collaboration:

  • Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively in a multidisciplinary environment.
  • A history of successful collaboration on medical teams, showcasing effective communication and cooperation.

Research Aptitude:

  • A keen interest in research and a record of contributing to relevant medical publications.
  • Experience in designing, conducting, and presenting research findings at conferences or in peer-reviewed journals.

Global Impact:

  • A vision for bringing advancements in osseointegration technology back to their home country.
  • Commitment to implementing and disseminating knowledge gained during the fellowship to benefit the medical community in their home region.

Application Process

Are you a passionate and driven medical professional looking to make a significant impact in the field of osseointegration? This is your opportunity to join Dr. Munjed Al Muderis, a leading figure in orthopedic surgery and a pioneer in the revolutionary field of osseointegration.

Welcome to the Future of Osseointegration

To apply for this fellowship, candidates are required to submit the following documents:

  1. Curriculum Vitae (CV): Highlighting professional achievements, clinical experience, and research contributions.
  2. Letter of Intent: Detailing your commitment to excellence in patient care, collaboration, and your vision for implementing osseointegration advancements in your home country.
  3. Letters of Recommendation: Include letters attesting to your clinical skills, teamwork, and research aptitude. These should highlight your potential to contribute significantly to the field of osseointegration.
  4. Research Portfolio: Showcase previous research publications, presentations, or projects relevant to orthopedic surgery or prosthetics.

Further Information

Contact Information

For enquiries or additional information, please submit the contact form below.

Join Us in Shaping the Future of Osseointegration!

Embark on a transformative journey that not only enhances your career but also empowers you to make a lasting impact on the global landscape of osseointegration. Apply now and become a key player in advancing prosthetic technology while contributing to healthcare advancements in your home country.

Contact for Osseointegration with Prof Munjed Al Muderis in Australia & New Zealand.

All prospective patients are directed to complete the enquiry form by following the link below. Our Team will review the information and provide adequate feedback promptly.
(+61) 2 9809 2111

Macquarie University Clinic, Suite 303, Level 3/2 • NSW 2109, Australia.