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Orthopaedic Surgery Residents

Johns Hopkins Medicine is a leader in the education and training of physicians and biomedical scientists. Our residents and fellows are among the most creative and outstanding leaders in medicine and science in the 21st century and are trained in cutting-edge science, novel treatments and the wise use of technology and avoidance of unnecessary medical tests and procedures. Learn more about our residency program in orthopaedic surgery.


Congratulations to Our Newly Matched Residents

  • Jean Fleuriscar, City University of New York School of Medicine
  • Christopher Murdock, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
  • Yesha Parekh, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
  • Nicholas Siegel, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Sukrit Suresh, King's College London School of Medicine
  • Krishna Vangipuram-Suresh, Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Featured Residents

Megan Hsu, class of 2023

"After meeting the residents and faculty on my interview day, I knew this was a special place. Whether your passion is biomedical ethics, research, global outreach, public health or medical illustration, this is a place with abundant resources where your unique interests are not only cultivated, but celebrated."
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Featured Residents

Claire McDaniel, class of 2024

“An incredible opportunity to see a world-class research institution, get to know the fun and wonderful group of residents, and explore Baltimore.”
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Featured Residents

Ryan Guilbault, class of 2024

"I was most impressed with how well-rounded Johns Hopkins Ortho was during my interview process. Residents represent every corner of the globe. They each have amazing leadership development, international outreach, and field-defining research experiences."
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Orthopaedic Surgery Resident Survival Guide

The Orthopaedic Surgery Resident Survival Guide was designed to provide our residents with important, easy-to-access information to help direct them during the program. The guide is divided into 10 key sections and each section provides guidelines and vital information to help ensure the safety of our patients and residents.

"This survival guide is dedicated to James F. Wenz, M.D., a true gentleman, scholar and innovator. He was the type of patient and resident advocate that all of us should strive to be." -Kevin Farmer, M.D., class of 2008

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