Medical Student Programs in Orthopaedics

A/I Orthopaedic Surgical Rotations

UTMB medical students electing to do an A/I in orthopaedics can enroll through the the SOM website. This is for both away and on campus students. Orthopaedics has three surgical rotation assignments:

  • ORSU 4012 – A/I Ortho Surgery: Adult B (Adult reconstruction, Dr. Stephenson)
  • ORSU 4013 – A/I Ortho Surgery: Pediatric (Drs. Carmichael & Yngve)
  • ORSU 4018 – A/I Ortho Surgery: Foot and Ankle (Dr. Panchbhavi)
  • ORSU 4019 – A/I Ortho Surgery: TDCJ/Trauma (Dr. Carayannopoulos)

UTMB students will need to complete Form C from the SOM website and obtain a signature from Dr. David Yngve.

General Surgery Clerkship

MS3 students can rotate in Orthopaedic Surgery on the following services: Pedi, Foot & Ankle, Trauma, TDCJ and Adult Reconstruction

Orthopaedic Rotation Orientation Syllabus

Please direct all inquiries to the School of Medicine/Enrollment Services (409)772-1215

For more information on electives: SOM Elective Brochure

UTMB Medical Student Research Program

The UTMB Medical Student Research Program is for first year medical students that includes research under the supervision of a faculty member. Each student participates in a weekly 1 - hour seminar program and in the presentation of his/her research results a poster session at the conclusion of the program. Research projects can be from any discipline in the Medical Sciences and students receive elective credit for their participation. For this rotation, Form R is required.











The Orthopaedic Student Society

The Orthopaedic Student Society allows interested students to learn more about the field of orthopaedics and build connections on campus. Our goal is to hold informational meetings where faculty with various specializations, residents, and researchers come to address topics in orthopaedics.

Federal Work Study Program

UTMB medical and allied health students may qualify for college work study positions in various departments on campus. Students choose a department based on a written job description and interviews with department supervisors.