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COTA Grant Informational Flyer for 2018-19 

Grant Application for the 2017-18 Fellowship training year is CLOSED-Grant awards were determined in March 2017 and programs were notified in April 2017.   The application for the 2018-19 cycle will be available in November 2017.

      Instructions 2018-19   

  • COTA is grateful for the financial support for the 2017-2018 awards from:
Stryker logo $200,000
Smith & Nephew Logo $200,000
DePuy Synthes Trauma Logo $150,000
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$75,000

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$25,000

 

COTA 2017-2018 Academic Year Fellowship Program Awards:

Alleghany Health Network, Gregory Altman, MD, Director

Carolinas Medical Center, Madhav Karunakar, MD Director

Combined Mass General and Brigham and Women’s Hospitals, Michael Weaver, MD, Director 

Duke University, Rachel Reilly, MD, Director

Georgia Orthopaedic Trauma Institute, Lawrence X. Webb, MD, Director

Hospital for Special Surgery, David Helfet, MD, Director

IU Methodist Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship, Anthony T. Sorkin, MD, Director

Orlando Regional Medical Center, George Haidukewych, MD, Director

OrthoIndy, Timothy G. Weber, MD, Director

Reno Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship, Timothy Bray, MD, Director

Stanford University, Michael Bellino, MD, Director

Tampa General Hospital, Roy Sanders, MD, Director 

University of California, Davis, Sacramento, Mark Lee, MD, Director

University of California, San Francisco, Theodore Miclau III, MD, Director

University of Maryland, R. Adam Cowley Shock Trauma Center, Robert O'Toole, MD, Director

University of Minnesota, Regions Hospital, Peter Cole, MD, Director

University of Missouri, Brett Crist, MD, Director

University of Texas Health Science Center, Timothy Achor, MD, Director

University of Washington, Harborview Medical Center, David Barei, MD, Director

Vanderbilt University, Cory Collinge, MD, Director

        

About the COTA Grants Program

The Center Orthopaedic Trauma Advancement (COTA) was chartered in 2009 to serve as a non-conflicted intermediary to distribute support for fellowships and postgraduate education from unrestricted grants donated by industry. COTA has secured funding to provide support for orthopaedic trauma fellowships in the United States. Funding will be determined on the basis of the quality of the fellowship program and is expected to be a competitive process.

The COTA board has established a committee to review applications and distribute grants. Grants will range between $5,000 and $75,000 and will be awarded annually based upon the program application in the first year and the program application as well as the report of the graduating fellow in subsequent years.

Since its inception in 2009, COTA has awarded more than $8,000,000 in fellowship funding to 171 fellowship programs, those being both full and partially funded programs. COTA decisions regarding the number of orthopaedic trauma fellowship grants will be determined by commitments received from industry during the selection meeting in  March of each year.

 

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