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Medical Student Education

Thomas R. Duquin, MD, with medical students

If you’re a medical student interested in orthopaedics, you can work with Thomas Duquin, MD (right). He organizes student rotations and arranges mentoring relationships.

Through sound, in-depth teaching, we prepare medical students with a foundation in orthopaedics that enables careers in specialties from sports medicine to hip and knee arthroplasty. 

As a UB medical student, you’ll have the opportunity to become better acquainted with the field of orthopaedics by participating in electives, research and an orthopaedics interest group.

Learn more about how to increase your exposure to orthopaedics while in medical school:

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The Orthopedic Interest Group (OIG) aims to increase student and community understanding of orthopaedics.

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If you undertake an elective in our department, you’ll have opportunities to gain experience training in our physical therapy suite, seeing athletes in the UB training room, learning about being a team physician and participating in coverage for sports teams.
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We believe strongly in supporting students’ interests in conducting research during training.