Orthopaedic Researchers in TOP 5 Posters at Orthopaedic Research Society Mini-Symposium (Houston, TX)

Last week we a group of Orthopaedic researchers, students and a resident presented some research findings at a conference in Houston. Their project poster was named one of the five posters at conference. A panel of judges determined the five winners.  

Pictured includes the authors that made the trip: John Boxberger (MS2), Kathleen Harnois (MS2), Ventrice Shillingford-Cole, and Chance Moore (PGY4). Not shown Roberto Fajardo. 

Grant Hogue, MD speaks about Pokemon Go players and their injuries.

SAN ANTONIO -- Pokemon Go has now been out for just about three weeks but injuries keep happening, even with the on-screen warning at the start of the game.  Should something be changed to help players help themselves?

We have seen injuries ranging from scrapes and sprains all the way to a fracture and even abdominal injuries requiring surgical intervention," said Dr. GrantHogue, an orthopaedic surgeon at UT Medicine San Antonio.

Boris Zelle, MD and Katherine Bartush, MD win third place for clinic research paper at J. Bradley Aust Surgical Society meeting

Boris Zelle, MDKatherine Bartush, MD

 

Boris Zelle, MD and Katherine Bartush, MD win third place for clinic research at Bradley Aust Surgical Society Resident Paper Competition held June 17-19, 2016 in San Antonio, Texas.

 

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