My name is John Pinski and I recently started my orthopaedic surgical residency at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, Massacusettes. I had the opportunity to work as a research fellow in Dr. Kennedy’s group throughout all of medical school, beginning in the summer of my first year of medical school.
I am a 3rd year medical student that has worked with Dr. Kennedy for the last 2 years. I started my research after my first year with Dr. Kennedy and the experience has been instrumental in shaping my career trajectory. Without your generous support, I would not have had this life changing realization.
I began working under Dr. Kennedy the summer before I began medical school, where I am currently in my first year at Georgetown University School of Medicine. I was extremely fortunate to spend time with him, and it truly jump-started my career into medicine.
I am a second year medical student at Tulane School of Medicine. I worked with Dr. Kennedy and his team over the summer after my first year of medical school. While at HSS I worked on a number of studies, many of which have since been accepted for publication.
I am currently a 2nd year Medical Student at the University of Maryland. I was afforded the wonderful opportunity to learn from Dr. Kennedy the summer after my first year of medical school. Under his guidance, and that of his top-notch international team, I was able to complete 3 projects in a single summer. My research was focused on using new techniques to best assess Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus.
I am a PhD student studying biomedical engineering at Cornell University, and from June through July of 2016 I was fortunate enough to be paired with Dr. Kennedy as part of Cornell’s summer immersion program. During the summer I was able to observe and engage in the clinical setting while also joining Dr. Kennedy’s highly motivated and collaborative research team.