Our Fellows and Alumni

Grant W. Mathison, MD.

Former fellows like Grant Mathison, MD, say they appreciate how our program promotes the best clinical and surgical practices for patient-centered, compassionate care.

Fellows report that our mentoring environment and their exposure to a wide spectrum of pathologies and disorders helps them feel confident about becoming hand and upper extremity specialists.

Our trainees are skilled orthopaedic surgeons who are dedicated to expanding their knowledge of hand and upper extremity surgery.

Current Fellows

Our program is competitive and selective. Out of the dozens of applications we receive, we accept only three fellows per year.

  • Matthew Albanese.

    Matthew Albanese, MD

    Residency: SUNY Upstate Medical University

    Medical school: SUNY Upstate Medical University

  • Alan D. Bowles Edwards, MD.

    Alan D. Bowles Edwards, MD

    Residency: Mercy Health Wege Specialty Residency Center

    Medical school: University of Iowa College of Medicine

  • Alexander J. Colen.

    Alexander J. Colen, DO

    Residency: Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine

    Medical school: Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Our Alumni

A look at our former fellows’ career paths will tell you everything you need to know: Our program lays the foundation for a successful future.

Our training has helped our fellows secure positions in medical centers, clinics and academic institutions around the country and overseas.