U-M Shoulder Group Education
The U-M Shoulder Group is committed to educating physicians and other health care providers about shoulder disorders, their prevention and treatment. Educational outreach includes U-M Shoulder Symposium offered semi-annually to community physicians who wish to learn more about the shoulder. U-M Shoulder Group members also contribute to educating people about the shoulder by authoring review articles, book chapters, and producing multimedia.
James E. Carpenter, M.D., associate professor, U-M Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Richard E. Hughes, Ph.D., assistant professor, U-M Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Laurie Huston, M.S., research associate, U-M Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Bruce S. Miller, M.D., assistant professor, U-M Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Ralph B. Blasier, M.D., chief, Orthopaedic Surgery, Grace Hospital, Detroit.
Louis J. Soslowsky, Ph.D., director, Orthopaedic Research Laboratory, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
U-M undergraduate students, medical students and residents are taught shoulder anatomy, pathology and biomechanics by U-M Shoulder Group faculty.
Research clerkships are available to interested students. Graduate students working in the U-M Orthopaedic Research Laboratory dedicate their graduate work toward better understanding the shoulder.
Links to shoulder-related Web sites:
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