American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons

Advocacy, Education, Research


Who am I?

I attended medical school at Georgetown University and lived in Washington, DC for 9 years. I completed my residency at the Hospital for Joint Diseases/NYU in 2005. From there I was an adult reconstruction fellow at Rush University and ultimately returned there to practice in 2008. Currently, I am an assistant professor and the residency program director at… Read More

Mentors Available on a Variety of Subjects

AAHKS members have signed up as mentors using the new eMentor program at, and they are ready to be matched with mentees. The eMentor program will benefit you whether you’re looking for an answer to a one-time question or would like to establish a contact for a longer period of time. Examples of mentoring subjects are: looking… Read More

eMentor Needs You!

Volunteers are encouraged to mentor colleagues or to search for a mentor using the eMentor feature on the AAHKS website. Whether you are in medical school or have been in practice for some time, mentoring will enrich your experience as a hip and knee surgeon. It’s easy to become a mentor – register now!

Introducing eMentor: the new AAHKS online mentor program

AAHKS eMentor is a new online mentoring program available on the AAHKS website. This new program expands the traditional mentoring formula by allowing for matching, networking and reverse mentoring. To help launch a successful program, we asked the past resident mentors and the membership committee to sign up as mentors. It’s easy to become a mentor, Register now! See… Read More