Together with the Holy Cross Orthopedic Research Institute's dedicated research staff and the Orthopedic Research Fellows, the fellow is involved with a number of research projects each year!
Since 2015, over 65 peer reviewed publications have been published and close to 10 chapters.
Research is streamlined and efficient. Through research experiences, fellows will develop tools for critical thinking, identification of bias, study analytics, manuscript writing abilities, and critical analysis of shoulder and elbow literature. Clinical research projects take advantage of the CareSense-based Holy Cross Shoulder and Elbow Repository -- home to over 6000 surgical patient reported outcomes.
Holy Cross Orthopedic Research Institute has gained national and international recognition for high quality research and education.
Each fellow is encouraged to contribute (as an author) to at least two research projects. One of these projects must be a publishable, original clinical research project for which the fellow is the first author.
Complete the web-based CITI training (Basic Course only):