Mallory-Coleman resident research day was established by Drs. Thomas Mallory and Carl Coleman in 1972 in memory of Katherine Virginia Mallory and Sally Jo Coleman.
This research day was established to encourage the development of ideas related to research in orthopaedic surgery and related basic sciences.
Each year, a distinguished visiting professor from an outside institution is invited to moderate and analyze the resident presentations and provide constructive criticism and commentary.
The 2020 Visiting Professor and Moderator is Todd Albert, M.D.
Hospital for Special Surgery
Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
Weill Cornell Medical College
Schedule for the Day
8:30 am Welcome/Introduction/Remarks
8:40 am Presentations Begin
9:35 am Poster Presentation Session
10:25 am Presentations Resume
11:30 am Visiting Professor Presentation
12:30 pm Wrap-Up and Final Remarks