David B. Weiss, MD

David B. Weiss, MD

Division Director, Orthopaedic Trauma Division

WeissCV 02 03 2014

Office Location:
Fontaine Center
545 Ray C. Hunt Dr


Office Phone:
434.243.0274

Office Fax:
434.243.0242


Mailing Address:
Box 800159 HSC
Dept Orthopaedic Surgery
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA
22908-0159

 

After finishing my Orthopaedic Trauma fellowship in 2005, I spent the next 5 years as the Medical Director for Orthopaedic Trauma at St Joseph Mercy Hospital, a level 2 trauma center in Ann Arbor, MI.  Since June 2010 I have directed the Orthopaedic Trauma Division at UVA and have enjoyed the challenge of providing complex fracture care to a wide spectrum of injured patients and working closely with the other trauma services at the hospital. I have had a lifelong interest in teaching and education and am able to fulfill this by interacting daily with our residents and medical students.

 

Beyond Orthopaedics

"Flying (general aviation), trail running, and biking. I also enjoy spending time with my 3 boys (ages 1-5), all young but growing up fast."

Appointments:

Assistant Professor
Orthopaedic Trauma Division Director

Specialty:

Orthopaedic Surgery

Subspecialty:

Trauma

Special Expertise:

Complex periarticular fractures in the ankle, knee, hip, shoulder and elbow.

Fractures of the pelvis and acetabulum

Malunions/Nonunions

Awards:

Leonard Marmour award for outstanding Orthopaedic resident 2004

Orthopaedic resident research award 2004

Education:

Georgetown University, Washington, DC MD 1996

Residency:

University of Michigan General Surgery Internship- 1996-1997

United States Air Force Flight Surgeon 1997-2000

University of Michigan Orthopaedic Surgery 2000 -2004

Fellowship:

Harborview Hospital/University of Washington Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship  2004- 2005

Certification:

Orthopaedic Surgery

State License:

Virginia, Michigan, Washington

Research Description:

Research interests are in the areas of the tibial plateau, tibial pilon (just above the ankle joint) and shoulder fractures. Biomechanical studies of form and function of these joints before and after injury and healing with or without surgical repair. Blast injury protection and repair.

 

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