Brian Curtin Fellowship Faculty Department of Arthroplasty Carolina’s Medical Center USA
Dr. Brian Curtin completed medical school at Georgetown University in 2005 and orthopedic training at the University of Louisville in 2010. He then completed a one-year fellowship in Adult Reconstruction at OrthoCarolina in Charlotte, NC. Dr. Curtin then joined the orthopedic faculty at the Medical College of Virginia where he was named Clerkship Director for Orthopedics and helped train adult reconstruction fellows and residents in arthroplasty and trauma. Honors include several resident research awards, 2010 Gerhard Kuntscher Award, and Best Teaching Resident Nominee for the Journal of Trauma in 2008. He was also awarded the Max Kade Fellowship in plastic surgery in 2005 spending a month at the University of Vienna in Vienna, Austria. In early 2014, Dr. Curtin returned to OrthoCarolina as a member of the fellowship faculty and adjunct faculty with the Carolina’s Medical Center Orthopedic Surgery Department teaching arthroplasty to rotating residents. He is active with both the AAOS and AAHKS serving on several committees. Dr. Curtin has chaired several resident arthroplasty cadaver courses and serves on the ICJR resident education committee. He was also awarded the Rothman-Ranawat Hip Society Traveling Fellowship for 2015. Dr. Curtin currently resides in Charlotte, NC with his wife and two sons and enjoys snow skiing, mountain biking, and VW Beetle restoration.
Hip Arthroplasty, Orthopedic Surgery