Resident Research Projects
Residents are encouraged to meet at least quarterly with faculty advisors and research faculty to ensure the quality of the project. Participation in the monthly orthopaedic research meetings is encouraged.
The Ohio State University is accredited by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education to offer a residency program in podiatric medicine and surgery/reconstruction of the rear foot and ankle. The program is three years in length. We are accredited to accept two residents each year, for a total of six residents.
The Podiatric Residency at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center provides the recent graduate with the opportunity to gather experience in a general podiatric practice and to study advanced and related sciences essential for the practice of podiatric medicine. The teaching program will attempt to demonstrate to the resident a more effective method for improving community foot health and to better prepare the resident for his or her position in the total community health structure.
Ian Barron, DPM
Peter Crisologo, DPM
Adam Gerber, DPM
Craig Udall, DPM
Bridget Corey, DPM
Practice location: Altoona, Pennsylvania
Sean Reyes, DPM
Practice location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Michael Anthony, DPM
Practice location: Columbus, Ohio
Darren Woodruff, DPM
Practice location: Alberta, Canada
Vincent Nerone, DPM
Practice location: Marietta, Ohio
Kevin Springer, DPM
Practice location: North Canton, Ohio
Christina Finken, DPM
Practice location: Iowa City, Iowa
Melissa Galli, DPM
Practice location: Phoenix, Arizona
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