AAOS Report - November, 2005

Names in the news

The American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, at its 59th annual meeting, elected William L. Oppenheim, MD, first vice president, and Mark F. Abel, MD, director-at-large.

The Southern Orthopaedic Association elected its 2005-2006 Board of Trustees: Robert M. Peroutka, MD, president; George W. Brindley, MD, president-elect; John J. McGraw, MD, secretary/vice president; Claude T. Moorman III, MD, treasurer; Lamar L. Fleming, MD, immediate past president; and board members C. Lowry Barnes, MD; William C. Andrews Jr., MD; Frederick C. Flandry, MD; Langdon A. Hartsock, MD; Matthew J. Matava, MD; and James A. Nunley II, MD.

The Western Orthopaedic Association elected its 2005 Board of Directors: Lawrence R. Housman, MD, president; Gerard L. Glancy, MD, first vice president; Ramon L. Jimenez, MD, second vice president; Linda J. Rasmussen, MD, secretary; Robert R. Slater Jr., MD, secretary-elect; William C. McMaster, MD, treasurer; and Theodore L. Stringer, MD; Michael P. Dohm, MD; and Paul C. Collins, MD, members at large.

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