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Orthopaedic ResearchMonth day year Your NameClass NameMission Statement To connect students with the information and.
faculty needed to guide and maximize medicalstudent s time to choose start and completeresearch of the highest quality Committee Includes Faculty Leader Dr Vinod Dasa vdasa lsuhsc edu .
Faculty Leader Dr Robert Zura rzura lsuhsc edu Committee Director Ms Cara Rowe cjoh26 lsuhsc edu Statistician Ms Claudia Leonardi cleon1 lsuhsc edu Committee Chair Stuart Schexnayder ssche2 lsuhsc edu Senior Advisor to the Chair Matthew Fury .
mfury lsuhsc edu Chair Elect Hunter Starring L2 hstarr lsuhsc edu Committee Meetings will be held Q1 Aug Oct Q2 Nov Jan .
Q3 Feb Apr Q4 May July Goals for Today Brief overview of Orthopaedic Match Statistics Show you how to access and utilize website.
Steps by step guide Accessing and choosing the project for you Types of Research Form a group message for those interestedAdd your procedure here.
Academic Characteristics ofOrthopaedic Surgery ResidencyApplicants from 2007 to 2014 J Bone Joint Surg Am 2016 May 4 98 9 788 95 doi 10 2106 JBJS 15 00222 .
DePasse JM1 Palumbo MA1 Eberson CP1 Daniels AH1 Explaining the NumbersPublications abstracts Research Experiencesand presentations Thisnumber is higher This is the project in and.
because one project can of it self lead to a couple of these Nevertheless research experience and boardexamination performance particularly USMLE Step 1 .
remain among the most important predictors of matchsuccess1 Work CitedDePasse JM1 Palumbo MA1 Eberson CP1 Daniels AH1 Academic Characteristics of Orthopaedic Surgery Residency.
Applicants from 2007 to 2014 J Bone Joint Surg Am 2016May 4 98 9 788 95 doi 10 2106 JBJS 15 00222 Questions Discussionand board examination performance (particularly USMLE Step 1) remain among the most important predictors of match success1.” Work Cited. DePasse JM1, Palumbo MA1, Eberson CP1, Daniels AH1. Academic Characteristics of Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Applicants from 2007 to 2014. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2016 May 4;98(9):788-95. doi: 10.2106/JBJS.15 ...

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