Research development is an integral part of clinical training in the program. Dr.’s Einhorn, Tornetta, and other faculty members participate in and lead national and international research studies with world renowned surgeons. Residents in the program participate in those studies. Additionally, residents are required to complete a minimum of one approved written research project by the end of residency training.
The program encourages residents to embrace research as an important tool in advancing the future of orthopaedic surgery.
Residents showcase their research through oral and/or poster presentations at local and national meetings as well as in the JBJS, JOT, and other orthopaedic publications.