AOFAS is committed to providing education and guidance for the next generation of foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons. Browse the resources below for orthopaedic residents, fellows, and training programs.
Open to PGY-1, PGY- 2 and PGY-3 orthopaedic residents in US and Canadian programs, AOFAS Resident Scholarships offer an incredible opportunity to attend AOFAS meetings, explore the foot and ankle field, and network with experienced foot and ankle surgeons.
The Visiting Professor Program brings leaders in foot and ankle orthopaedic surgery to residency programs with no or limited full-time foot and ankle faculty. Selected programs receive a full-day visit from a prominent AOFAS-member surgeon who participates
in clinics, lectures, and/or grand rounds. In-person and virtual visits are available for 2022!
Open to residents in PGY-1 through PGY-4, this surgical skills course offers hands-on training in foot and ankle surgical procedures. The inaugural course will be held August 13, 2022, at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Surgical Skills Lab in Columbus, Ohio.
Designed for residents, program directors, and educators, AOFAS lectures, podcasts, and recordings feature essential foot and ankle information developed and presented by experts in the field. Most resources are available on demand, at no cost to residents
and AOFAS members.
The AOFAS-sponsored Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Fellowship Match is a transparent, unbiased process that matches applicants to foot and ankle fellowship programs on a competitive basis. AOFAS offers resources for applicants and programs to guide you
through the Match process.