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Emory University

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==Program==




  • Program: Emory University Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship
  • Location: Atlanta, GA

Leadership

  • Program Director: Ken Mautner, MD. Kmautne@emory.edu
  • Associate Program Director: Neeru Jayanthi, MD. Neeru.jayanthi@emory.edu
  • Core Faculty: Brandon Mines, MD. Lee Kneer, MD. Amadeus Mason, MD. Oluseun Olufade, MD. Jeff Webb, MD. Courtney Gleason, MD. Kyle Hammond, MD. Spero Karas, MD. Sameh Labib, MD. Scott Maughon, MD. Mathew Pombo, MD. John Xerogeanes, MD.

Fellowship Details

  • Accepts: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R), Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, or Pediatrics.
  • Number of Fellows: 3 (at least 1 guaranteed to be PM&R)

Training Locations

  • The primary location for non-operative sports fellows is located at the
    • Emory Sports Medicine Complex in Brookhaven
  • Other sites include
    • Emory Healthcare Orthopaedics & Spine Center
    • Emory Ambulatory Surgery Center at Executive Park
    • Emory University Orthopedic and Spine Hospital
    • Emory Center for Rehabilatation Medicine

Teams Coverage

  • High School
    • Chattahoochee High School
    • Tucker High School
    • St. Pius X.
  • Colleges
    • Emory University
    • Georgia Tech (Typically FM due to continuity clinic requirements)
    • Clark Atlanta University
    • Oglethorpe University
    • Agnes Scott College
    • Georgia Perimeter College.
  • Professional sports team
    • Atlanta Falcons (NFL)
    • Atlanta Hawks (NBA)
    • Atlanta Braves (MLB)
    • Gwinnett Braves (AAA)
    • Atlanta Dream (WNBA)

Event Coverage

  • Publix Georgia Marathon
  • NFL Combine

Curriculum

  • Active participation with staff and residents in clinic and conferences.
  • Give sports medicine lectures in sports medicine conference.
  • Assist in leading resident run PM&R Sports Medicine lecture series.
  • Assist in sports medicine journal club once per month.
  • Participate in appropriate conferences on a regular basis.
  • Design and implement at least one research project for presentation at a national meeting and submit for publication in a peer-review journal.
  • Upon the Fellow's arrival August 1, an outline of research topics will be discussed with him/her. He/she will select the project(s) in which he/she is interested or submit a modification of one for approval. In instances when the fellow has a well-outlined research idea, this project may be implemented during his/her fellowship year. The fellow will select a research mentor among the sports medicine faculty and adjunct faculty.

Contact Information

  • Program Coordinator: Miki Dejean
    • Email: sportsmedfellowships@emory.edu
    • Phone: 404.778.4572
    • Address: 57 Executive Park South. Suite 160-3. Atlanta, GA 30329

External Links


See Also


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John Kiel on 9 June 2019 22:06:41
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20 March 2021 19:11:43
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