William Padgett, MD

 

 

 

 

Education    University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics, Madison, WI
Orthopedic Surgery Residency (July 1996 – June 2001)

Ohio State Univ. College of Medicine, Columbus, OH
Doctor of Medicine (August 1996-June 1996)

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering (September 1986 – December 1990)

 

Honors       

*      Suma Cum Laude, Ohio State University College of Medicine (1996)

*      Dean’s Award, Ohio State University College of Medicine (1996)

*      Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (1995)

*      First Place Oral Presentation, Landacre Day Research Forum,
Columbus, OH (1994)   

*      APC Pathology Honor Society (1994)

*      Landacre Society (1994)

*      Samuel J. Roessler Research Scholarship (1993)

*      Magna Cum Laude, University of Michigan (1990)

*      Pi Tau Sigma Mechanical Engineering Honor Society (1990)

*      Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society (1989)

*       Golden Key National Honor Society (1989)

*      James B. Angell Scholar (1988)

*      Dean’s List, University of Michigan (1986-1990)

 

Courses/Certifications             

*      Zimmer Resident Program, Chicago, IL (1999)

*      AANA Masters Experience Comprehensive Knee Arthroscopy
Course, Rosemont,IL (1998)

*      AO/ASIF Principles of Fracture Management Course,
Denver, CO  (1998)

*      Advance Trauma Life Support, Madison WI  (1997)

*      Advance Cardiac Life Support, Madison, WI  (1996)

 

Research    

*      University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics (2000) Radiographic evaluation of rotational alignment during Intramedullary nailing of femoral shaft fractures

*      Ohio State University College of Medicine (1993-1994)Evaluation of piezoelectric crystals as a possible component in an implantable hearing aid

 

Presentations        “Evaluation of Ceramic Piezoelectric Vibrators in the Cat Middle Ear” Landacre Day Research Forum, Columbus, OH (1994)

 

Employment

DePuy, Inc., Warsaw, IN (1991-1992) Product Development Engineer Participated in the design and development of a variety of total Joint implant systems

 

 

 

Organizations       

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Resident Member (1999-present)  

Committees

*      Orthopedic Residency Education Committee (1996-
present)

*      American Medical Association (1992-present) Medical Student Section, Ohio State University Chapter Vice President (1994-95), President (1993-94, Student-to-Student Leader (1992-93)

*      Introduction to Clinical Medicine Committee, Ohio State
University
(1994-96)

*      Landacre Society Vice President (1995-96), Secretary (1994-
95)

*      Ohio State Medical Association Medical Student Section Secretary (1994-95)