Webinar: “Orthopedic Considerations in EDS”

 

 

Howard Epps

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TOPIC:  “Orthopaedic Considerations in EDS”

PRESENTER:   Howard R. Epps, MD

 

 

About our Speaker:

Dr. Epps is renowned as a leader in the field of pediatric orthopedics.  He is the Medical Director, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery at Texas Children’s Hospital and Associate Professor, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine.  He lectured at the EDNF conference in 2014.

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About our speaker: Howard R. Epps, MD

Medical Director, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery – Texas Children’s Hospital
Associate Professor, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery – Baylor College of Medicine

  • Dr. Epps is renowned as a leader in the field of pediatric orthopedics
  • Dr. Epps is author of more than 35 book chapters and publications in various academic and medical journals.
  • His clinical interests include limb deformity and reconstruction, fractures, clubfoot, musculoskeletal infection and cerebral palsy.
  • He currently serves as the chairman of the research and education committee for Texas Orthopedic Association, and recently served as president of Houston Orthopaedic Society.

EDUCATION

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine

INTERNSHIP: Massachusetts General Hospital, General Surgery

RESIDENCY:  Harvard Medical School, Orthopaedic Surgery

FELLOWSHIP: The Hospital for Sick Children, Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery

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