Orthopedic Surgery Interest Group (OSIG)

OSIG provides students with an opportunity to learn about orthopedic surgery and interact with current residents and attendings. Throughout the year, OSIG hosts various events, ranging from attendings speaking about career path to educational sessions, led by a resident, focused on learning the basic anatomy and injuries of specific body parts. OSIG also runs community programs, such as SCORE, a volunteering opportunity for medical students to help local kids learn about athletic injury prevention and the benefits of physical activity. OSIG strives not only to give students exposure to orthopedic surgery, but also to further their interest in the field.


Justin Yu: j.k.yu@wustl.edu
Rob Scheidt: r.a.scheidt@wustl.edu
Aravinda Ganapathy: aganapathy@wustl.edu