Michelle Cameron, M.D.
Dr. Cameron began her academic career at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, followed by studies at the medical schools of both the University of Missouri and Pittsburg and residency at John Hopkins Hospital Department of Orthopaedics. Dr. Cameron's interest in research is evident by the fact that she has been published in Arthroscopy, American Acadamy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Orthropaedics, American Journal of Sports Medicine, and Journal of Arthroplasty. Her honors include membership in the Ennis Association of Orthopaedic Friends, Alpha Omega Aloha Medical Honor Society, Phi Bete Kappa Honor Society, graduating Summa Cum Laude with special distinction at the University of Missouri and receiving the Herodicus Award for outstanding Resident Research Paper in 1996.
Mark Curzan, M.D.
Dr. Curzan completed his residency at Duke Medical Center. Prior to his residency, Dr. Curzan received his undergraduate degree in cybernetics and attended medical school at the University of California, :os Angeles. As a medical student he received the Lange Medical Publication Award. During his residency, he was head resident team physician fro Duke University and North Carolina Central University. Dr. Curzan was also a formaer National Merit Scholar recipient.
Davis Gazzaniga, M.D.
Dr. Gazzaniga graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in biology and attended Dartmouth Medical School. He completed his residency at the Harvard Combined Orthopaedics Residenct Program. As an undergraduate student-athlete, he was captain of the varsity football team and awarded the Bob Blackman Trophy for most valuable player. He held a General Surgery, at Beth Israel Hospital and Post Graduate Research Fellowship at the Childrens Hospital Department of Orthopaedics Molecular Biology Laboratory.
Sumant Krishnan, M.D.
Dr. Krishnan completed his residency at the University of Texas-Southwestern. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Rice University in Texas. An honors graduate from Baylor College of Medicine, Dr. Krishnan was elected th Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society and received the Baylor College of Medicine Alumni Scholarship. In addition, he has been All-State Musician of Texas in piano and National Scholar for Voice during his years at Rice University.
Peter Millett, M.D.
Dr. Millett spent his academic career at the University of Scranton as an undergraduate and attended Dartmouth Medical School. He attended the Hospital for Special Surgery for his residency. His academic achievenments include Dartmouth-Mosenthal Surgical Scholar and Dartmouth Medical Resident Scholar. He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta Honor Society and Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Scranton. Dr. Millett also received Intern of the Year for a surgery internship at North Shore University Hospital (Cornell).
John Tokish, M.D.
Prior to his residency at the University of Arizona Health Science Center, Dr. Tokish attended the United Stated Air Force Academy for his undergraduate degree in biochemistry and the University of Washington School of Medicine. As a member of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, House Officer Educator of the Year at the University of Arizona in 1997 and 1998 and recipient of the Leonard F. Peltier Award for Excellence in Research, Dr. Tokish has been published in such peer-reviewed journals as Journal of Arthroplasy, Techniques in Orthopedics, and Journal of Orthopedic Trauma.
Fellows Alumni 2000-2001
Michelle Cameron, M.D.