Shane Hollawell, DPM, FACFAS
Other Program Faculty:
Anthony Petrosini, MD
Nicholas Jarmon, MD
Gregory Roehrig, MD
Michael Sclafani, MD
Toby Husserl, MD
Recent Post Graduate Fellows:
2022-2023: Sara Yancovitz, DPM
2021-2022: No Fellow
2020-2021: David Haddad, DPM, AACFAS
2019-2020: Meagan Coleman, DPM, AACFAS
2018-2019: Ruth Moen, DPM, AACFAS
Number of Positions:
Program Start and End Dates:
July 15–June 30
ACFAS Standard Fellowship Application Form
$65,000 (plus benefits)
Manasquan, NJ; Red Bank, NJ; Toms River, NJ; Freehold, NJ
Two submitted manuscripts to an academic, peer-reviewed journal per fellowship year; and two submitted posters to the ACFAS Annual Scientific Conference.
Program Summary/Training Goals:
- The fellow will be exposed to approximately 600 surgical procedures per fellowship year.
- The fellow will see outpatients at the multiple offices of the Orthopaedic Institute of Central Jersey and occasional in-patients at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, while performing most surgical procedures at Northern Regional Monmouth Surgery Center.
- Surgical procedures will consist of a full variety of Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgical Procedures, including total joint replacement, arthroscopy, and trauma.
- The fellow will learn surgical and office billing/coding and become familiar with management of workers compensation patients.
- The fellow will be expected to become proficient in all reconstructive procedures, effectively manage in-patient and all outpatient pathologies of the foot and ankle.
- The fellow will be expected to assist and independently manage all foot and ankle patients of the Orthopaedic Institute of New Jersey while participating in a foot and ankle ER call schedule.
- The fellow will prepare and present academic lectures.