The Hughston Foundation hosted the 2023 Research Presentation Program on June 8, at 6 pm. Speakers included, Sarah Mills, DO, the 2022-2023 Hughston Trauma Fellow, who presented “Primary Arthrodesis Following Tibial Pilon Fractures: Is there a place for Chondrectomy?” and Dipal Chatterjee, MD, the 2022-2023 Hughston Sports Medicine Fellow, presented “Outcomes following Subchondroplasty in Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis with Evidence of Bone Marrow Lesions on MRI.” The chief residents of the Jack Hughston Memorial Hospital Orthopedic Residency Program also presented their final research projects: Andrew S. Bae, DO, presented, “Statins and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.” Joseph P. Kelly, DO, presented, “Increased Risk of Revision Following Shoulder Arthroplasty with Prior Intraarticular Corticosteroid Injection,” and David M. Thompson, DO, presented “Routine Postoperative CT scans following Acetabulum Open Reduction Internal Fixation (ORIF): A Survey of (OTA) Orthopaedic Traumatologists.” The third and fourth year Hughston residents presented their research studies as well, while the first and second year residents made poster presentations. New this year, physicians from the St. Francis-Emory Healthcare Internal Medicine Residency Program attended the meeting and presented 5 poster presentations, 2 of which included Mercer Medical students’ research. Dinner was provided and the program offered 2 AMA Category I CME credits to the attendees.
Thank you to our industry sponsors and to the program sponsors for making this event possible.
Last edited on July 20, 2023