Orthopaedic Residents Class of 2015 PGY 3

Orthopaedic Residency Program

Orthopaedic Residents: PGY 3

Photo: Alexander Christ  
Alexander Christ 
University of California, Irvine Medical School
Research Interests:  Wnt signalling pathways, Osteosarcoma, RNA processing.


Photo: Elizabeth Cody  
Elizabeth Cody 
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Research Interests:  Clinical outcomes research.


Photo: Peter Derman 
Peter Derman 
Dual MD/ MBA program at the Perelman School of Medicine and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
Research Interests:  As a dual MD/MBA, Peter primarily focuses his research on the implications of health policy and economics on the field of orthopaedic surgery.


Photo: Grant Garcia 
Grant Garcia
University of Pennsylvania Medical School
Research Interests:  Pathologies of the shoulder and elbow with a focus on shoulder instability and bony defects.


Photo: Elizabeth Gausden 
Elizabeth Gausden 
Weill Cornell Medical College
Research Interests:  Glenoid labral anatomy, novel operative techniques for SLAP repairs and the biceps tendon transfer technique. Elizabeth is also interested in revisiting primary ACL repair research, gender differences in operative outcomes.


Photo: Michael Hendel 
Michael Hendel  
Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine


Photo: Joseph Liu 
Joseph Liu  
University of California, San Francisco


Photo: Andre Shaffer 
Andre Shaffer  
Weill Cornell Medical College
Research Interests:  Andre majored in applied computational mathematics and biochemistry and has a diverse array of research interests. He would like to find a way to apply math, biology, architecture, and engineering to scientific questions at all levels.



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