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The Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre (NOC) is a world-renowned centre for the diagnosis, investigation, treatment and management of all aspects of musculoskeletal disease.

We have six fellow positions within the hip and knee department for surgeons who have completed their orthopaedic training and wish to further develop their subspecialty interest in hip and/or knee surgery.

The team covers all aspects of the treatment of knee and hip pathology. Therefore, fellowships can be tailored to the needs and expectations of the applicant to a certain extent.

As well as treating patients, the NOC is well-known for its research and academic achievements. It has strong links with the University of Oxford and industry, during their time with us, fellows are encouraged to contribute to the academic activities of the department.

Successful applicants will be expected to become integrated members of the team involved in the day-to-day care of patients on the wards, outpatient clinics and theatres. They will also be expected to complete at least one research paper to a national presentable level, publishable in a peer-reviewed journal.

Posts are advertised once or twice per year via

The duration of fellowships is six or 12 months. Overseas applicants are welcome to apply, in the recent past we have welcomed fellows from Australia, North America, Africa and Europe.

For more information about fellowships, please contact:

Mr Simon Newman

Mr Ben Kendrick