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					                               Mark L. Wood, MD
                                Date of Birth: July 19, 1971

Wake Orthopaedics, August 2004 - Present
212 Ashville Ave, Ste 30, Cary NC, 27518
10010 Falls of Neuse Rd, Ste 15, Raleigh, NC 27614
3009 New Bern Avenue, Raleigh, NC, 27610
Phone: 919-235-0616

Position: Medical Director. Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, Board Certified
Affiliations: Clinical Assistant Professor, UNC Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Interests: Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, Knee and Shoulder Disorders and Replacement

EDUCATION

The University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Chapel Hill, NC
Orthopaedic Surgery Residency, June 1999 – June 2004

The University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Chapel Hill, NC
Doctor of Medicine with Honors, 1999

North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC
Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry, 1994
Summa Cum Laude
GPA 3.97/4.0

CERTIFICATION

Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
      Board Certified 2008

Oxford Unicompartmental Arthroplasty Certification
      FDA certified 2008
      Masters Course 2011

Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
       Inducted March 2008

American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
      Board Certified: July 2007
      Part I (written examination): July 2004
      Part II(oral examination): July 2006

United States Medical Licensing Examination
        Step I: June, 1997
        Step II: August, 1998
        Step III: May, 2000

AO/ASIF Basic Fracture Course Certification, October 2001
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American College of Physician Executives
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
North Carolina Orthopaedic Association
North Carolina Medical Association

HONORS AND AWARDS

University of North Carolina School of Medicine/Residency

   UNC Resident Research Award
   Alpha Omega Alpha
   Excellence in Teaching Award, Intern of the Year
   Academic Merit Scholarship, 1997-8 academic year
   Edwards – Hobgood Distinguished Scholarship
   Honors, 1996-7 and 1998-9 academic years
   John B. Graham Research Travel Award, January
   National Institute of Health Research Travel Award
   John B. Graham Research Society, Inducted Spring
   National Institute of Health Research Grant, Recipient
   Medical Alumni Loyalty Scholarship, Four year Medical School Academic Scholarship

North Carolina State University

   North Carolina Cooperative Education Student of the Year, 1994
   Burroughs Wellcome Co. Excellence Award
   Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Highest University Honors
   Dean's List, every full-time semester
   Phi Lambda Upsilon National Chemical Honor Society
   Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society
   Order of Saint Patrick Freshman Honor Society

ACADEMICS

Teaching

   Orthopaedic Surgery Attending Physician
        UNC orthopaedic resident education
        UNC Emergency Medicine and Family Practice education: Outpatient Orthopaedic clinic
        Physician Assistant Student Rotations
   Orthopaedic Resident Fracture Conference
        Wake Medical Center, Weekly Attending Physician Participant
   Orthopaedic Morbidity and Mortality Conference
        Wake Medical Center, Monthly Attending Physician Participant
   Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds
        Wake Medical Center, Weekly Attending Physician Presenter and Participant

RESEARCH

Publications

   Wood, Mark L, McDowell, Cathy M, Kelley, Scott S: Cementation for femoral head
    osteonecrosis: A clinical study. Clin Orthop 412:94-102, July 2003
   Brandon Bushnell, Alex Creighton, Kevin Logel, and Mark Wood: Technical Tricks: The
    Use of Suture Anchors to Repair the Ruptured Quadriceps Tendon. J Orthop Trauma 41(6):
    July 2007

   Mark L. Wood and Scott S. Kelley: Cement supplementation as a treatment for osteonecrosis.
    Current Opinion in Orthopaedics, Volume 14, Issue 1, 2003

   Wood, Mark L, Luthin, Billy, Lester, Gayle E, Dahners, Laurence E: Creep in tendons is
    potentiated by a pentapeptide (NKISK) and by relaxin which produce collagen fiber sliding.
    Iowa Orthopaedic Journal 23 Spring, 2003

   Mark L Wood, Louis C Almekinders: Minimially invasive subcutaneous fasciotomy for
    chronic exertional compartment syndrome of the lower extremity. Am J Orthop XXXIII
    (1):42-44, January 2004

   Mark Wood, Christopher Larson, Laurence Dahners: Case Report: Late presentation of
    femoral neck fracture with transient osteoporosis of pregnancy. J Orthop Trauma 17:8, Sept
    2003

   Wood, Mark L, McDowell, Cathy M, Kerstetter, Tara L, Kelley, Scott S: Open reduction and
    cementation for femoral head fracture secondary to stage III Avascular Necrosis: Preliminary
    report. Iowa Orthop Journal 20:17-23, 2000

   Wood, Mark L, McDowell, Cathy M, Kerstetter, Tara L, Kelley, Scott S: Open reduction and
    cementation for femoral head fracture secondary to stage III Avascular Necrosis: Preliminary
    Report. Orthop J China 8(6), June 2001

   Wood, Mark L, Lester, Gayle E, Dahners, Laurence E: Collagen fiber sliding during ligament
    growth and contracture. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 16(4): 438-440, July/Aug 1998

   Wood, Mark L, Lester, Gayle E, Dahners, Laurence E: Collagen fiber sliding during ligament
    growth and contracture. UNC Student Medical Journal: fax 13 (1): 30-33, spring 1998


Abstracts

 Wood, Mark L, McDowell, Cathy M, Kelley, Scott S: Cementation for femoral head
osteonecrosis. 71st Annual Meeting Procedings, AAOS, 2004

 Wood, Mark L, McDowell, Cathy M, Kelley, Scott S: Cementation for femoral head
osteonecrosis: Preliminary results. 70th Annual Meeting Procedings, AAOS, 2003

 Wood, Mark L, Luthin, Billy, Lester, Gayle E, Dahners, Laurence E: Creep in tendons is
potentiated by a pentapeptide (NKISK) and by relaxin which produce collagen fiber sliding.
Trans Orthop Res Soc 25: 0061, 2000.

 Wood, Mark L, Lester, Gayle E, Dahners, Laurence E: Collagen fiber sliding during ligament
growth and contracture. Trans Orthop Res Soc 21 (3):903-904, 1998

 Wood, Mark L, Lester, Gayle E, Dahners, Laurence E: Collagen fiber sliding during ligament
growth and contracture. UNC Student Medical Journal: fax 12 (1), spring 1997


National and Regional Presentations

 “New Treatment Options for Shoulder Dislocations”
    Johnston County Medical Society, August 2008
 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 71st Annual Meeting, March 2004, San
Francisco, CA. “Cementation for femoral head osteonecrosis”

 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 70th Annual Meeting, February 2003, New
Orleans, LA. “Cementation for femoral head osteonecrosis: Preliminary report”

 Orthopaedic Research Society, 46th Annual Meeting, March, 2000, Orlando, FL. “Creep in
tendons is potentiated by a pentapeptide (NKISK) and by relaxin which produce collagen fiber
sliding”

 The American Orthopaedic Association 33rd Annual Residents’ Conference, February, 2000, St.
Louis , Missouri. “Open reduction and cementation for femoral head fracture secondary to stage
III Avascular Necrosis: Preliminary report”

 The American Orthopaedic Association 33rd Annual Residents’ Conference, February, 2000, St.
Louis , Missouri. “Creep in tendons is potentiated by a pentapeptide (NKISK) and by relaxin
which produce collagen fiber sliding”

 The North Carolina Orthopaedic Association, 1999 Annual Meeting, October 1999, Myrtle
Beach, SC. “Open reduction and cementation for femoral head fracture secondary to stage III
Avascular Necrosis: Preliminary report”

 Orthopaedic Research Society, 43rd Annual Meeting, February, 1997, San Francisco, CA.
“Collagen fiber sliding during ligament growth and contracture”

 John B. Graham Student Research Day, February, 1997, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
“Collagen fiber sliding during ligament growth and contracture”


Local Presentations

   “Arthritis- Keys to staying active”
        The Fisher Project, YMCA February 2011
   “Current Treatment Options for Shoulder Instability”
        Current Concepts in Orthopaedics Conference, Jan 2011
   “Orthopaedic Injuries and How to Prevent Them”
        Head to Toe conference, Nov 2010
   "Orthopaedic Injuries in the Young Athlete"
        SportFit Conference, June 2010
    “Shoulder Injuries in the Workplace”
        Job Ready Services Grand Rounds, Jan 2010
   “New Treatment Options for Shoulder Dislocations”
        ERMI Workers Comp Regional Conference, Nov 2009
   “Understanding Arthritis”
        National Senior Health Day, YWCA of Raleigh, May 2009
   “Multi-ligament Reconstruction of the Knee”
        Grand Rounds, Wake Medical Center, Feb 2009
   “Acute Shoulder Dislocations in Young Patients: Treatment Options”
        Grand Rounds, Wake Medical Center, July 2007
   “Arthritis”
        Glenairre retirement community, July 2005
   “Anterior Reconstruction in First-time Anterior Shoulder Dislocations”
        Grand Rounds, Wake Medical Center, October 15, 2004
   “Orthopaedics 101”
        Wake Orthopaedics, LLC, Lunch and Learn series, May 2005
   “The Dislocated Knee: Literature Review”
        Orthopaedic Education Conference, Wake Medical Center, September 24, 2004
   “Patient Referrals to Wake Orthopaedics, LLC: An Accelerated Growth Plan”
        Wake Orthopaedics, Physicians, Managers and staff, August 30, 2004


Research Experience

   Treatment of avascular necrosis of the femoral head
    Dr. Scott S. Kelley, Dr. Donald Bynum, Dr. Jordan Renner
    Department of Orthopaedics, Department of PMR, and the Department of Radiology
    University of North Carolina School of Medicine
    Chapel Hill, NC
    March 2000

   Success rates for vascularized free fibular grafting in avascular necrosis of the femoral
    head
    Dr. Michael Gallagher, Dr. Donald Bynum
    Department of Orthopaedics
    University of North Carolina School of Medicine
    Chapel Hill, NC
    February 2000

   Success rates for core decompression in avascular necrosis of the femoral head
    Julie Strum, BS, Dr. Laurence E. Dahners, Dr. Scott S. Kelley
    Department of Orthopaedics
    University of North Carolina School of Medicine
    Chapel Hill, NC
    February 2000

   Success rates for cemented and uncemented total hip arthroplasty for avascular
    necrosis of the femoral head
    Jeff Waldman, BS, Dr. Scott S. Kelley
    Department of Orthopaedics
    University of North Carolina School of Medicine
    Chapel Hill, NC
    February 2000

   Creep in tendons is potentiated by a pentapeptide (NKISK) and by relaxin which
    produce collagen fiber sliding
    Dr. Laurence Dahners
    Department of Orthopaedics
    University of North Carolina School of Medicine
    Chapel Hill, NC
    December 1998

   Cementation for stage III femoral head osteonecrosis
    Dr. Scott S. Kelley
    Department of Orthopaedics
    University of North Carolina School of Medicine
    Chapel Hill, NC
    November 1998

   Collagen fiber sliding during ligament growth and contracture
    Dr. Laurence Dahners
    Department of Orthopaedics
    University of North Carolina School of Medicine
    Chapel Hill, NC
    May 1996-January 1997
    Funding: National Institute of Health Research Grant # 2T35DK07386-16

   Synthesis of novel compounds for cocaine addiction therapy
    Dr. Ivy Carroll
    Research Triangle Institute
    Medicinal Chemistry Department
    Research Triangle Park, NC
    October 1994-August 1995
    Funding: National Institute of Drug Abuse

   Synthesis of an anti-HIV drug candidate
    Burroughs Wellcome Co.
    Chemical Development Laboratories
    Research Triangle Park, NC
    May 1992-October 1994


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

June 1999-June 2004                   Resident Physician, UNC Hospitals
                                      Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

August 1996-May 1997                  Tutor, UNC School of Medicine
                                      Tutored first year medical students in Gross
                                      Anatomy and Microbiology


May 1996-August 1996                 Umpire, Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation
                                     Umpired Bronco (boys age 10-12) baseball league

October 1994-August 1995              Chemist I, Medicinal Chemistry
                                      Research Triangle Institute, RTP, NC
                                      Research and synthesis of novel cocaine
                                      compounds

May 1992-October 1994                 Laboratory Technician II, Chemical
                                      Development Labs
                                      Burroughs Wellcome Co., RTP, NC
                                      Synthesis and development of HIV/HBV,
                                      cancer and cystic fibrosis drug candidates

ACTIVITIES

   Director of Orthopaedics, Wake Medical Center
   Medical Director, Wake Orthopaedics, LLC
   Physician Director, Wake Orthopaedics Cary Office
   Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Provider- Trinity Christian Academy
   Coach and Assistant Coach, Capital Area Soccer League
   Chief, YMCA Indian Princess Program
   Member, Operating Room Committee, WakeMed North Healthplex
   Co-chair, The Raleigh School Annual Fund
   Member, The Raleigh School Safety Committee
   Physician Staff Advocate, Wake Orthopaedics
   Member, Medical Steering Committee, Capital City Surgical Center
   Captain, Brier Creek Tennis Men’s Teams
University of North Carolina School of Medicine/ Residency

   Orthopaedic Education Committee, 2002-2004
   American Medical Student Association, 1995-1999
   American Medical Association, 1995-present
   North Carolina Medical Society, 1995-present
   Community Health Initiative, 1995-1999
   Student Health Action Committee 1995-1999
   Students Teaching Early Prevention on AIDS and Heart Disease, 1995-1997
   American Medical Political Action Committee, 1995-1997
   Operation Smile, 1995-1996
   Orientation Counselor for entering first year students, 1996
   UNC Intramural/ Hospital League Sports, 1995-1999

North Carolina State University

   Cooperative Education Laboratory Assistant, Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1992-1994
   Teaching Assistant, NCSU Department of Chemistry, 1991-1992
   Best Friend Mentor, 1994-1995
   Rex Hospital Volunteer, 1993-1994
   Habitat for Humanity Volunteer, 1994
   Raleigh City Men's Softball League, 1993-1995
   NCSU Intramural Sports, 1989-1994

PERSONAL INTERESTS

Tennis, fishing, boating, golf, and snow skiing

				
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