Orthopaedic Surgery Interest Group (OSIG)

The purpose of the Orthopaedic Surgery Interest Group (OSIG) is to provide medical students with information, resources, and experiences that will help them make educated decisions about a career in orthopaedic surgery. To do this, OSIG provides opportunities to interact with and learn from orthopaedic surgeons here in Arizona. Those activities include, but are not limited to: seminars throughout the year, opportunities to shadow orthopaedic residents and attendings, casting clinics, suture clinics, research opportunities, open forums, fundraising, and social activities.


Austin Cronen (amcronen@arizona.edu)

Zoe Frias (zoefrias@arizona.edu)

Clayton Hui (claytonhui@arizoina.edu)

Romir Parmar (rpparmar@arizona.edu)


Past Club Activities:

Orthopaedic Simulation Day - Hosted in conjunction with BIOMET and Scottsdale Joint Center

Upper Extremity Casting Clinic

Orthopaedic Surgeon Dinner Talk

Banner University Medical Center Resident Lunch Talk

Academic Lunch Talks