My clinical practice has recently changed from traditional arthroscopic and sports related orthopedic surgery to focus full time on education and research. The time gained from no longer seeing patients or performing surgery will be used to expand my roles as a teacher and a clinical researcher. My effort will now be devoted to instruction in the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Center of Excellence in Sports Medicine Skills ab and in the UB RISE Surgical Simulation Lab.
My philosophy and goals of the arthroscopy teaching lab are:
•Provide for instruction of the basics of arthroscopy, including the physics, optics, and electronics of the equipment used in the operating room
•Teach all relevant superficial and arthroscopic anatomy of the major joints of the body
•Demonstrate and practice the navigational skills of arthroscopy, such as orientation, localization, triangulation, and quadrangulation
•Demonstrate and practice diagnostic arthroscopy of all of the major joints
•Instruct and proctor performance of the basic and advanced arthroscopic procedures
•Encourage research into existing and emerging arthroscopic technologies and procedures
•Provide subjective and objective feedback on the acquisition of arthroscopic skill as it pertains to career guidance
•Introduce and instruct using virtual reality and evaluate a process of credentialing doctors based on simulator testing for competence
Education and Training:
Fellowship, Hospital for Special Surgery, Cornell University Hospital Medical Center (1991)
Residency, State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (1990)
MA, Anatomical Sciences, State University of New York at Buffalo (1986)
Fellowship, State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (1986)
Internship, Hahnemann University Hospital (1985)
MD, State University of New York, Health Science Center at Syracuse (1984)
BA, Chemistry, Colgate University (1980)
Clinical Professor of Orthopaedics, Orthopaedics, State University of New York at Buffalo (2017-present)
Department of Anatomic and Pathological Sciences, State University of New York at Buffalo (1992-present)
Attending Orthopaedic Surgeon, Kaleida Health System (1991-present)
Clinical Associate Professor of Orthopaedics, Orthopaedics, State University of New York at Buffalo (2008–2017)
Medical Director, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Buffalo Bills NFL Football Team (1995–2015)
Medical Admissons Committee, Member, State University of New York at Buffalo (2006–2013)
Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics, Orthopaedics, State University of New York at Buffalo (2006–2008)
Cinical Assistant Instructor, Orthopaedics, Orthopaedics, State University of New York at Buffalo (1991–2008)
Partner, Northtowns Orthopedics, PC (1995–2006)
Consultant, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Buffalo Sabres NHL Hockey Team (1994–2006)
Medical Director, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Buffalo Sabres NHL Hockey Team (1996–2003)
Staff Physician, Pan-Am Games, Canada (2000)
Staff Physician, Olympic Training Center (1999)
Private Practice, Orthopaedic Surgery, John M. Marzo, M.D., PC (1991–1995)
Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Buffalo Bills NFL Football Team (1991–1995)
Team Orthopaedic Surgeon, Buffalo State College (1991–1995)
Chief Medical Officer, Track and Field, World University Games (1993)
Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine Institute, State University of New York at Buffalo (1991–1993)
Team Orthopaedics Surgeon, Marist College (1990–1991)
January 2011–January 2015 Ralph and Mary Wilson Research Foundation Ralph and Mary Wilson Research Foundation Role: Principal Investigator $1,000,000
January 2006–December 2008 Effects of Electrical Stimulation on Time to Recovery Following Grade I and II Ankle Sprains in Intercollegiate and Professional Athletes. National Football League Role: Co-Investigator $125,000
January 2015 Ralph C. Wilson Jr Foundation Legacy Grant Role: Co-Investigator $4,200,000
January 2015 Carestream Health Sponsored Research Role: Co-Investigator $288,382
Browning W, Kluczynski M, Marzo J, Curatolo C. Suspensory Versus Aperture Fixation of Hamstring Tendon Autograft ACL Reconstruction: a Meta-analysis. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016.
Marzo J, Kluczynski M, Bisson. Comparison of a Novel Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CT) Scanner versus a Conventional CT Scanner for Measuring Patellar Instability. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016.
Kluczynski M, Marzo J, Rauh M, Bernas G, and Bisson L. A Case-control Study Comparing Bone Bruising and Intra-articular Injuries in Patients Undergoing Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with and without Medial Collateral Ligament Tears. The Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016; 4(8).
Kluczynski M, Kang J, Marzo J, Bisson L. Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Intra-Articular Findings Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries in Ice Hockey versus Other Sports. The Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016; 4(5).
Brown M, Marzo J, Klucynski M. Biomechanical Effects of a Horizontal Medial Meniscus Tear and Subsequent Leaflet Resection. Am J Sports Med. 2016; 44(4).
Komm J, Bisson L, Bernas J, Fineberg M, Marzo J, Rauh M, Smolinski R, Wind W. How Accurate Are Patients At Diagnosing The Cause Of Their Knee Pain With The Help Of A Web-based Symptom Checker?. The Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016; 4(2).
Bisson, L, Kluczynski, M, Wind, W, Fineberg, M, Bernas, G, Rauh, M, Marzo, J, Zhou, Z, Zhao, Z. Patient-reported outcomes of debridement versus observation of chondral lesions found during partial meniscectomy: The Chondral Lesions and Meniscus Procedures (ChAMP) Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 2016.
Marzo JM. Gender-specific predictors of intra-articular injuries observed during anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. The Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 2015.
Bisson L, Kluczynski M, Wind W, Fineberg M, Rauh M, Bernas, Marzo J, Smolinski R. Design of a Randomized Controlled Trial to Compare Debridement to Observation of Chondral Lesions Encountered During Partial Meniscectomy: the CHAMP Trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 2015.
Kluczynski M, Eisenberg M, Marzo J, Bisson L. Does Early versus Delayed Active Range of Motion Affect Rotator Cuff Healing Following Surgical Repair? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Am J Sports Med. 2015; 43.
Kluczynski M, Nayar S, Marzo J, Bisson L. Early Versus Delayed Passive Range of Motion Following Rotator Cuff Repair: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Am J Sports Med. 2015; 43(8).
Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Admissions Committee; Member (2006–2013)
Arthroscopy Lab Director; Arthroscopy lab, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences University at Buffalo, State University of New York.; Director (2006–present)
Colgate University Career Preceptor; This program allows a college student to spend time with an Alumnus to gain an appreciation of the specific demands and rewards of a career. Students spend from 1 day to 1 week shadowing the Alumnus.; Panel Member (2002–present)
Volunteer Physician; United States Olympic Committee, Lake Placid Olympic Training Center.; Volunteer (1999–2000)
Volunteer Faculty; Anatomy 801: Advanced Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Clinical Correlation. University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.; Volunteer (1994–present)
Sports Medicine Fellowship Coordinator; Sports Medicine Fellowship, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences University at Buffalo, State University of New York.; Coordinator
Volunteer Faculty; Anatomy 500: Human Gross Anatomy, The State University of New York, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.; Volunteer
Williamsville Central Schools CEIP; This is a mentor program to help high school students make decisions about career paths. The student spends 50 hours of time over a summer, shadowing the mentor, learning all aspects of the profession. A student has been hosted each of the past two summers.; Volunteer
Williamsville East High School Career Day Panel Member; This one-half day symposium is structured as a lecture followed by questions and answers to give high school students an introduction to careers in sports medicine.; Panel Member
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