SURGICAL SOCIETY APPLICATIONS
The Frederick A. Coller Surgical Society is a fellowship of surgeons whose training has been influenced by the legacy and principles of Dr. Coller, a pioneer in the history of academic surgery. It was established in 1947 by his loving and grateful former residents to honor him and further the principles which he embodied.
Active membership is for attending physicians seeing membership with the Coller Surgical Society. For full eligibility and criteria, please see the Constitution and Bylaws.
Associate membership is for resident physicians seeking membership with the Coller Surgical Society. Associate members may attend the annual meeting, but will not pay dues. For full eligibility and criteria, please see the Constitution and Bylaws.
The intent and spirit of the Coller Traveling Fellowship is to provide resources to defray the costs (partially or entirely) of a clinical experience whereby (through the assistance and connections of your Coller Society member sponsor) you travel to another center and gain clinical experience through, for example, observing multidisciplinary clinics or procedures or interacting with leaders in your field. Stipend is reimbursement of travel expenses up to $2000.
Research Fellowships are intended to promote the conduct of a specified research project by supporting the goods or services consumed in the acquisition of data.