Orthopaedic Residency Cadaveric Education Curriculum Now Underway!
The Orthopaedic Residency Cadaveric Education Curriculum was developed by Associate Program Director Kanu Goyal, MD, and several others in order to supplement clinical operative experience with surgical cadaveric instruction, and education for our residents. Labs take place in the newly opened state-of-the-art Crane Sports Medicine Institute Surgical Skills Lab. With the help of all orthopaedic faculty, and the collaboration of the Crane Lab staff, the curriculum is a year-long program of forty two-hour sessions. The labs are mandatory for all residents and each lab session has been designed for a specific PGY level, PGY2 through PGY5, with specific pre-lab instruction, lab objectives, and post-lab evaluation. The curriculum kicked off with the first lab on October 16, covering basic and advanced knee arthroscopy for our PGY2 and PGY4 residents.
About our orthopaedic education programs
The Department of Orthopaedics is committed to the education of future physicians and preparing them to function as well-qualified, independent specialists in orthopaedics. Our role as educators is to instill traits of success, including honesty and integrity, objectivity, self-motivation, curiosity, timeliness and a sense of responsibility.
Medical Student Programs
Education opportunities for professionals
Introduction to the Practice of Medicine (IPM)
Master of Medical Science Program
MPH in Clinical Investigation