The Simulation, Telemedicine, Robotics and eXperimental Education Fellowship at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Jacksonville, Florida, is a unique multidisciplinary fellowship focused on training the next generation of physician-scientist-innovators in the four major domains of simulation, telemedicine, robotics, and experimental education.
STR-X fellows achieve a cutting-edge, interprofessional skill set of knowledge around several emerging technologies, including:
- Telemedicine and telerobotics
- Haptic feedback interfacing
- Emerging immersive learning platforms using augmented reality and virtual reality
Through this 12-month fellowship, you will design projects where this technology can help advance and help address global health care disparities.
We seek highly motivated and qualified physicians to become future STR-X leaders that will help transform health care in the near future.
STR-X fellows who successfully complete the program will receive a Mayo Clinic diploma and a successful review of their work. We also offer rotation or externships that are a minimum of one month. To achieve an STR-X certificate, a minimum of three months is required after successfully passing the introductory part of the course. All STR-X fellows receive the initial certificate after the first quarter.
The STR-X Fellowship at Mayo Clinic begins in July 2023. We anticipate that one fellow will complete this program annually.