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MARK E MAGILL


204 S Laurel Ave  Charlotte, NC 28207  magillme@gmail.com  (785) 383 9025






EDUCATION


OrthoCarolina Foot and Ankle Institute Fellow, class of 2015

Emory University Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Orthopaedic Surgery Resident, class of 2014



Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee

M.D., class of 2009






Saint Louis University, St Louis, MO

Parks College of Engineering and Aviation

Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering, June 2005





USMLE Step 1: 255

USMLE Step 2: 252



USMLE Step 3: 221



EXPERIENCE

Engineer


May 2005 – August 2005




Whiteside Biomechanics, St Louis, MO

  • Mastered and utilized ProEngineer Wildfire, a computer aided drafting program, to design and analyze orthopaedic implants

  • Designed and manufactured a knee wear simulator mechanism for Instron materials testing machines to test total knee replacements

  • Researched, designed and built a device for Instron materials testing machines to test the wear on polyethylene acetabular liners under cyclic loading



RESEARCH

Orthopaedic Residency Research Program, Emory Orthopaedic and Spine Center


July 2009 – July 2014




  • Developed and completed a study utilizing a materials testing machine to examine fatigue properties after contouring of pelvic reconstruction plates

  • Developed and completed a study that analyzed the biomechanical properties of proximal humeral locking plates with and without suture augmentation of the rotator cuff

  • Developed and acquired data for a survey regarding attending Orthopaedic sports surgeon call responsibilities



Consensus Statement, Vanderbilt Orthopaedic Institute


May 2008 – May 2009




  • Worked under Dr. William T. Obremskey to review the literature and create a consensus statement regarding the type, timing and duration of antibiotic use in open fractures.

  • Primary author on paper outlining a prospective cohort trial of delayed open reduction internal fixation versus external fixation of pilon fractures



Emphasis Program, Vanderbilt Medical School


May 2006 – May 2007




Whiteside Biomechanics, St Louis, MO

  • Worked closely with Dr. Leo Whiteside to research the properties of diamond like carbon, a novel joint replacement bearing surface, for patent submission

  • Researched, designed, built and used a device to measure the contact angles that fluids make with the femoral head components of total hip replacements for assessment of their wettability

  • Researched, designed and built an apparatus that incorporated the rolling and translation motions that total knee replacements are subjected to in vivo under physiologic loads

  • Helped to setup and run cadaverous ligament balancing courses


PUBLICATIONS

Total Ankle Replacement: An Operative Manual, 2013


Published




Labib SA, Magill M. “Revision Total Ankle Replacement.” edited by James DeOrio and Selene Parekh.



Orthopedics, 2012


Published




Richards JE, Magill M, Tressler MA, Shuler FD, Kregor PJ, Obremskey WT; Southern Fracture Consortium. “External Fixation versus ORIF of Distal Intra-articular Tibia Fractures.”



Kelly Day Journal, 2012


Published




Mark Magill M.D., Ramsey Kinney M.D., William Hutton, Claudius Jarrett M.D. “The biomechanical benefit of tension band suture augmentation in plate osteosynthesis for proximal humerus fractures.”



Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 2011


Published




Roy, M.E., Whiteside L.A., Magill M.E., Katerberg B.J., “Reduced Wear of Cross-linked UHMWPE Using Magnesia-stabilized Zirconia Femoral Heads in a Hip Simulator.”



Techniques in Foot and Ankle Surgery, 2014


Submitted




Labib SA, Magill M. “Ankle Arthroscopy in Fracture Care.”



Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, 2013


Submitted




Lin, Angela, MS; Fechter, Chelsea; Magill, Mark, MD; Wipf, Felix; Moore, Thomas, MD; Guldberg, Robert E., PhD. “The Effect of Contouring on Fatigue Resistance of Reconstruction Plates”



Orthopedics, 2012


Submitted




Mark Magill MD, Jaron Sullivan MD, John Xerogeanes MD, Annunziato Amendola MD. “Acute exercise induced compartment syndrome while walking”



Orthopaedic Trauma Association


Submitted




Magill, M. E. and Obremskey, William T. “Time to Initiation of Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Open Fractures.”

  • Practice guideline recommendation



Orthopaedic Trauma Association


Submitted




Magill, M. E. and Obremskey, William T. “Time to Debridement of Open Fractures.”

  • Practice guideline recommendation



POSTERS

Orthopaedic Research Society


Submitted




Lin, Angela; Fechter, Chelsea; Magill, Mark; Wipf, Felix; Moore, Thomas; Guldberg, Robert. “The Effect of Contouring on Fatigue Resistance of Reconstruction Plates.”



Society for Biomaterials


April 18-21, 2007




Roy, M.E., Magill M.E., Whiteside L.A., Katerberg B.J., Steiger J.A. “The Influence of Roughness on the Wettability of Retrieved Cobalt-Chromium and Zirconia Femoral Heads”



Orthopedic Research Society


February 11-14, 2007




Roy, M.E., Whiteside L.A., Katerberg B.J., Magill M.E., Steiger J.A. “Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings to Enhance Bearing Surfaces in Joint Arthroplasty.”



AWARDS

  • McKnight Scholarship

  • McMannis Educational Trust Fund Scholarship

  • Scott Scholarship

  • Jacobson Scholarship

  • David Hitt Williams Memorial Scholarship

  • Microbial Defense Academic Society




ACTIVITIES AND HOBBIES

  • Atlanta District Amateur Soccer League club soccer player

  • Silverbacks Soccer League club soccer player

  • Outdoor sports including tennis, golf, fishing, canoeing, mountain biking, skiing and hiking

  • Rock Creek Scenic Trail Marathon, May 2013


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