The application period for 2016-2017 fellowship grants is now closed

Applications are now being reviewed. To all applicants: Please respond promptly if asked for additional information.

Grants (up to $75,000) support clinical orthopaedic fellowship programs and may be used for salary, benefits, and educational expenses. All applications are reviewed by subspecialty experts based on objective criteria including faculty expertise, ratio of fellows to faculty, educational resources and program emphasis on research.

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Subspecialty connections

OMeGA supports fellowship programs in all nine orthopaedic subspecialties. To find information and resources for each subspecialty, hover over the "Fellowship Grants and Subspecialty Pages" button on the left, and click links in the dropdown menu.

Congratulations to 2015-2016 fellowship grant recipients

Grants were offered to 104 fellowship programs.

Click on the fellowship page for more information.

Congratulations to 2015-2016 residency/general education grant recipients

Grants were offered to 11 residency programs.

Click on the residency page for more information.

2016 OMeGA officers

Dr. Wayne J. Sebastianelli is OMeGA's new President. James J. Purtill, MD, Secretary and R. Dale Blasier, MD, Treasurer remain the same.

Click here to open the public announcement

Click here to see the list of 2016 OMeGA board members

Click here to see the list of 2016 OMeGA review committee members

Orthopaedic community joins forces to rally support for orthopaedic GME

OMeGA, AAOS, OREF, AOA and 16 other orthopaedic societies recently joined together to approve and sign a letter to industry to encourage support for Graduate Medical Education (GME).  Industry support of quality orthopaedic residency and fellowship programs is, without doubt, critical to secure the future of the orthopaedic profession.  To demonstrate the crucial need for the non-conflicted, merit-based funding provided by OMeGA GME grants, and to enlist help from industry, this letter was sent to current and potential supporters of OMeGA.  The letter outlines a brief history of GME funding, defines the role OMeGA grants play in the orthopaedic GME landscape, and calls industry to act on behalf of orthopaedic patients and the orthopaedic educational system.

Corporate support broadens reach of OMeGA grants

Since 2008, OMeGA Medical Grants Association has collaborated with corporate donors to support quality orthopaedic residency programs and fellowship education.  OMeGA grants provide an objective, non-conflicted, transparent funding mechanism to assure continued funding of orthopaedic training--education that is critical to maintaining quality orthopaedic patient care.  In its first seven years OMeGA has received 1,498 applications for residency and fellowship support, and requests from meritorious programs continue to grow.  In the past year alone, applications for OMeGA grants has increased significantly because OMeGA is now the only third-part administrator of grants in all orthopaedic subspecialty categories.

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OMeGA has moved

Our new address is:

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Rosemont, IL  60018-4975

Grants are available through the generous support of donors

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Zimmer Biomet, founding supporter


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