Our faculty members are enthusiastic about providing one-on-one training. Joseph B. Kuechle, MD, PhD (right), shares his knowledge of orthopedic oncology and lower extremity joint reconstruction with resident Andrew Gage, MD.
Fellows, residents and medical students find that our department provides them with the experience, training and knowledge they need to build successful careers.
We are committed to furthering the field of orthopaedics and all of its subspecialities. We are known for our leading-edge research, world-class faculty, excellent training opportunities and compassionate patient care.
Our one-year fellowship prepares you to safely and effectively care for patients; develops the skills and knowledge you need to enter the unsupervised practice of hand and upper extremity surgery; and solidifies your foundation for continued professional growth.
Our fellowship is a comprehensive program that equips you with the clinical and surgical skills, research experience and team-coverage opportunities you need to embark on a rewarding career in sports medicine.
Our CME programs offer physicians and allied health care professionals continuous improvement opportunities in patient health care via evidence-based educational activities focusing on advances in medicine, new medical technology, biomedical research and changes in the health care environment.