UPLOAD YOUR CURRICULUM VITAE BELOW. BE SURE TO USE THE FOLLOWING COMPLETE HEADINGS (a-t) TO BEGIN EACH NEW SECTION OF YOUR CURRICULUM VITAE. IF FOR ANY SECTION THERE ARE NO CONTRIBUTIONS, THEN PLEASE, AFTER THE SECTION HEADING TYPE THE WORD “ NONE”.
a. Name of applicant
b. Special awards (List special awards you have received while in College, Medical School, Residency, Fellowship, or following the completion of your educational program; Outstanding Resident Award, Best Teacher Award, etc.)
c. List of scientific presentations which you have made as an author or co-author at any National and International meetings (include title of paper, organization, location, and date).
d. List of scientific presentations, which you have made as author or co-author at any regional, and local meetings (include title of paper, organization, location, and date). Start with peer reviewed abstract presentations at regional meetings.
e. List of all the movies, sound slide programs, exhibits, audio tapes, and video tapes, which you have developed or co-developed. You should also list the scientific meetings where each has been presented.
f. List national, regional, and local post graduate courses or meetings that you have organized or hosted.
g. List of national, regional and local professional medical organizations or societies to which you belong.
h. List the committee appointments that you have received in the above medical organizations.
i. Describe any special non-medical and non-academic achievements or activities and interests which you
believe are important, i.e., civic activities, Church, Boy Scouts, Chamber of Commerce, etc. It is important not to overlook this section in that this helps to give the Committee a better sense of the depth and breadth of your intent outside orthopaedic surgery.
j. List committee appointments at medical school/local hospitals.
k. List the research grants that you have received and the source. List all of the authors in their proper sequence and amount of each grant. List your involvement in each grant (i.e. principle investigator, associate investigator). Start with NIH funding, OREF funding and any other competitive grants. Then follow with extramural non-competitive grants including industry
and intramural non-competitive grants.
l. List the articles you have published in peer reviewed journals. List the name of the article, journal name, authors, page numbers and the year. Please underline your name and capitalize the name of the journal.
m. List the papers you have published in non referred journals. List the name of the article, journal name, authors, page numbers and the year. Please underline your name and capitalize the name of the journal.
n. List of published abstracts. Start with abstracts in Orthopaedic Transactions and Orthopaedic Research
o. List of peer reviewed publications in press. List of peer reviewed publications submitted.
p. List of non-peer reviewed publications in press. List of non-peer reviewed publications submitted.
q. List textbooks or chapters in textbooks that you have written or edited. Identify title, publisher and the year.
r. List the manuscripts that you have submitted for publication. Identify the article and the journal.
s. Describe clinical and basic research work that is now in progress. SINCE THIS SECTION IS WEIGHTED HEAVILY, IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO ADEQUATELY COMPLETE THIS PORTION.