Shane K. Woolf, M.D. - Curriculum Vitae
(Last updated: September 21, 1999)
Orthopaedic Research, Medical University of South Carolina
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Pennsylvania State University, College of Medicine, Hershey,
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
A.B. Molecular Biology
Senior Thesis: "Evidence ffh is an essential gene in E. coli."
Research and Professional Experience
07/1999-06/2000: Medical University of South Carolina, Orthopaedic Surgery Research Resident (PGY-1).
07/1998-06/1999: Medical University of South Carolina, Internship in General Surgery.
1997 (summer): Studied biomechanics of oversized prosthetic humeral head. Wilhelm Schulthess Klinik, Zürich, Switzerland.
1995 (summer): Worked on three clinical projects: Use of mini-dose Bier Block in children with forearm fractures, Clinical and radiographic features of radial head subluxation, Music as adjunct to pharmacologic pain management in children. Primary Children's Medical Center. Salt Lake City, Utah.
02/1993-05/1994: Studied protein secretion in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Princeton University Department of Molecular Biology in the lab of Thomas Silhavy, Ph.D.
1992 (summer): Studied molecular interactions of the human erythropoietin receptor. Pharmaceutical Research Institute, Raritan, N.J.
Honors and Awards
1995: Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine Dean of Students Research/Travel Grant.
1996: Honors in clinical rotation: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
1997: Honors in clinical rotations: Departments of Orthopaedics and Emergency Medicine.
1998: Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, Department of Orthopaedics Award for Excellence in Orthopaedics.
Woolf SK: "Potential role of ffh in protein secretion by prokaryotic cells." Senior Thesis. Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University. May, 1994.
An YH, Woolf SK and Friedman RJ: "Preclinical in vivo evaluation of orthopaedic bioabsorbable devices," Biomaterials. To be published late 1999.
"The role of ffh in protein secretion by prokaryotic cells." Senior Thesis defense, Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University. May, 1994. Princeton, New Jersey.
"Percutaneus screw fixation of sacro-iliac joint disruption. Preliminary results in 28 patients." South Carolina Orthopaedic Association. August 7, 1999. Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
"Eccentric mode deficit following ankle inversion injury." Shane K. Woolf, M.D., Jeffery Conrad, M.D., Angus M. McBryde, Jr., M.D.
"Finite element analysis of clavicle internal fixation device." Shane K. Woolf, M.D., Yuehuei H. An, M.D., Keith R. Williams, Ph.D.
"Cooper River Bridge Run study of low back pain in runners." John Glaser, M.D., William R. Barfield, Ph.D., Shane K. Woolf, M.D., Arch Mainous, Ph.D.
"The effect of continuous temperature controlled cold therapy versus ice in the treatment of postoperative pain." Angus M. McBryde, Jr., M.D., Keith Merrill, M.D., William R. Barfield Ph.D., Shane K. Woolf, M.D., Al Hawkins, ATC.
"Percutaneus screw fixation of sacro-iliac joint disruption. Outcomes analysis." Shane K. Woolf, M.D. and Langdon A. Hartsock, M.D.