Fellowships for South Australia

Fellowships for South Australia

Clinical Fellowship in Hand and Upper Limb Surgery


Associate Professor Gregory Bain, MBBS FRACS FA(Ortho)A PhD Length and income: Twelve months, Stipend. Fellowship income and private assisting fees. Some professional development and conference fees can be claimed.


ModburyPublic Hospital
Smart Road
Modbury 5092
South Australia, Australia

Educational Goals and Characteristics

The Fellowship offers the opportunity to gain surgical experience and instruction in the management of disorders of the hand and upper limb.

The candidate will have a Fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons or have extensive clinical experience in orthopaedic surgery. Candidates from overseas will have qualification of equal standing.

Clinical Duties

The Fellow would perform clinical duties involved with the management of disorders of the hand and upper limb and would have a regular on call commitment at Modbury Public Hospital under the supervision of a hand surgeon. The Fellow would also assist the Hand and Upper Limb Surgeon in his private rooms and in the private operating sessions, as well as attend regular academic meetings in disorders of the upper limb.


The Fellow would be expected to perform clinical research throughout the twelve month attachment and would have specific time allocated for this. Research could be performed in conjunction with hand therapists.

Research protocols have been established and prospective data has been collected for future projects.

Modbury Hospital is a teaching hospital associated with the University of Adelaide. Computerised data retrieval is readily accessible and facilities for preparation and presentation of papers are available.

To apply 

Applications, including detailed curriculum vitae and the names of three referees with whom the applicant has worked, should be submitted to email: greg@gregbain.com.au

Further information

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