Adult Reconstruction Fellow

Andrew J. Meyers

Undergraduate School: 
University of California, Davis

Graduate: 
Georgetown University

Medical School:
Medical School: University of California, Davis School of Medicine

Residency:
UC Davis Health, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Why Orthopaedics?

I chose orthopaedics because it allows me to provide a broad spectrum of musculoskeletal care, including both operative and non-operative interventions, for some of the most common patient concerns in medicine. I am sub-specializing in adult reconstructive surgery because it is my goal to help patients maintain productive and independent roles in society, regardless of life stage, with maximal quality of life and fulfillment.

Foot & Ankle Fellows

 
 

Joseph A. Polio

Undergraduate School: 
Centre College

Medical School:
University of Louisville

Residency:
University of Louisville

Why Orthopaedics?

I pursued orthopaedics because I enjoy working with my hands and seeing direct effect it has on patient quality of life.

Meghan Kelly

Undergraduate School: 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Medical School:
Boston University School of Medicine  
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

Residency:
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

Why Orthopaedics?
The ability to truly improve quality of life for patients.

Hand & Upper Extremity Fellow

 

Ellen Kroin

Undergraduate School: 
Northwestern University

Medical School:
Rush Medical College

Residency:
Loyola University

Why Orthopaedics?
I was introduced to the field of Orthopaedics working the sidelines of Northwestern Football games as a sports medicine student aide and fell in love with it. 

Spine Fellows

Joshua A. Barber

Undergraduate School: 
Coe College

Medical School:
University of Iowa

Residency:
University of Missouri-Columbia

Why Orthopaedics?

Orthopaedics is one of the few fields where you meet somebody for a few minutes, and are expected and trusted to make some of the most difficult, life altering decisions. We possess the ability to improve the lives, and quality of life, of patients through nonsurgical adjustments and surgical interventions that will forever take their life in a new trajectory during a vulnerable and difficult time.

Hai Le

Undergraduate School: 

University of California, Berkeley

Medical School:
University of California, San Francisco

Residency:
Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program (HCORP)

Why Orthopaedics?
My good friends, Shaina Lipa and Stella Lee, are both orthopaedic surgeons & greatly inspired me to pursue this profession.

Sarcoma Fellow

Jesse Roberts

Undergraduate School: 
Occidental College

Medical School:
New York Medical College

Residency:
University of Colorado

Why Orthopaedics?
I have a desire to help patients get better, stay active and enjoy their lives

Trauma Fellows

Kimberly A. Grannis , M.D.

Undergraduate School: 
University of Dayton

Medical School:
Weight State Boonshoft School of Medicine

Residency:
UCSF Fresno

Ravand S. Khazai, M.D.

Undergraduate School: 
Northwestern University

Medical School:
University of Missouri

Residency:
University of Chicago

Why Orthopaedics?

Orthopaedics is an incredibly varied field that can cater to many different interests. I was looking for a field that would constantly challenge me both mentally and technically, while allowing me to work as part of strong team. Ultimately though the biggest reward from working in ortho is of course the patients we serve, and the positive difference we can make in their lives.