Welcome to the Orthopedic Surgery Interest Group (OSIG) website. As a student interest group at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, we strive to help our members explore and understand the specialty of orthopedic surgery.
We were created in 2008 to address medical student interest in orthopedics and provide educational experiences, research opportunities, and faculty mentorship. Our programming centers around three primary events, with additional events throughout the academic year, to help members gain exposure to current residents and faculty.
This group serves as a liaison between students and faculty, helping facilitate student collaboration with department faculty on active, ongoing research. We provide both peer-to-peer and faculty mentorship to our members, and more formal advising via Dr. Frank Scott, our faculty mentor. Senior members also provide a student perspective on navigating the transition from medical school to orthopedic surgery residency.
Becoming a member is as simple as joining our group email list (just email email@example.com to be added). Members receive priority at events with limited capacity. You may also follow our events via Twitter @CUOSIG or Facebook .
10/13/2016: Intro to Ortho Lecture
Dr. Frank Scott, Director of Medical Student Education for the Department of Orthopaedics, will be giving his annual introductory lecture on Wednesday, October 26th from noon-1 in ED1-1400. RSVP here by 10/24 to get free lunch!
10/7/2016: Welcome Back! Casting Night Announced!
Join OSIG and EMIG on Tuesday, October 18th from 5:30-8:00PM in RC1N 1000 Hensel Phelps Lecture Hall EAST for dinner and didactics with practice casting/splinting immediately after in RC1N 1407-1409. This is a great opportunity to learn proper casting techniques in addition to meeting residents and faculty members from the department. Dinner provided free for all members of EMIG with paid dues. RSVP here