- Research Mentor Chatline
- Apply to the Program
- FMIGS Milestones
- Research Resources
- FMIGS Observership
- Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery – International (FMIGS-I)
- Definition of a MIGS Surgeon
- Program Requirements
- 2019 Interview Schedule
- AAGL Anti-Harassment and Grievance Policy
- FMIGS Policies and Procedures
- Fund for the Future
- FMIGS History & Mission Statement
- Fellowship Board
- Fellows and Program Directors
- Fellowship Case Log
- Fellowship Committees
- Compensation Among Graduated FMIGS Fellows
AAGL’s Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (FMIGS) was developed to address the concern that most graduating residents in obstetrics and gynecology were not fully trained in modern endoscopic surgery.
The Fellowship is offers a two-year comprehensive training program in advanced gynecologic endoscopy to graduating gynecologic residents who are interested in a focus in minimally invasive surgery.
• Offered through more than 45 hospital sites.
• Educational objectives focus on evidence-based medicine, anatomical principles, instrumentation, operative laparoscopy, operative hysteroscopy, and robotics.
• In-depth experience using state-of-the-art techniques.
• 400+ AAGL fellows members have graduated.
- The fellowship director is ultimately responsible for the design and implementation of the fellowship-training program. There must be a single fellowship director with authority and accountability for the operation of the program. The fellowship director must have adequate time to oversee the training and have no conflicts of interest that could interfere with this responsibility (e.g. serve as a PD for another fellowship).