Bryan D. Haughom, MD
Dr. Haughom is a fellowship-trained hip and knee surgeon, focusing on complex hip & knee reconstructions as well as total hip and knee replacements. A dedicated and well-published researcher, he stays at the forefront minimally invasive, muscle-sparing techniques that help patients recover faster and experience less pain.
He is devoted to his patients' well-being and always explores non-surgical treatments first. If surgery is indicated, he has the ability to perform different kinds of surgeries – each customized to best fit the patient's lifestyle and specific musculoskeletal structure.
Dr. Haughom graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California with an undergraduate degree in Computer Science. His subsequent IT positions were in the healthtech industry, where he helped companies provide faster, cheaper, more accessible care. But he felt compelled to do more and to provide direct care.
He enrolled in medical school at the University of California San Francisco and went on to complete his internship and orthopedic residency at the renowned Rush University in Chicago, Ill. He then completed a fellowship in Adult Joint Reconstruction from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA.
He and his wife came to Alaska in 2017 and knew immediately it would be the place they would make their home. In November of 2020, he took the opportunity to join OPA and today is a vital member of its joint replacement team.
Adult Joint Reconstruction Fellowship Program (2017)
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program (2016)
Rush University Medical Center
General Surgery Internship (2012)
Rush University – Cook County Combined Hospital Residency
Doctor of Medicine (2011)
University of California San Francisco School of Medicine
San Francisco, CA
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (2005)
Magna Cum Laude
University of Southern California, Viterbi School of Engineering
Los Angeles, CA
HONORS & AWARDS
- Best Hip Presentation; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery 2015 Annual Meeting. Neuraxial Anesthesia Decrease the Rate of Postoperative Complications and Blood Transfusions? An Analysis of 29,452 Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty
- Most Outstanding Resident Paper Award, California Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting; Carlsbad, CA. (April 2012). Comparison of Cartilage T1rho MRI Values Between ACL-Reconstructed Knees and Contralateral Uninjured Knees One Year After Surgical Repair.
- Swiss Society of Biomaterials Best Student Presentation Award, European Orthopaedic Research Society; Davos, Switzerland (July 2010). Evaluation of Gender Differences in Rotational Knee Kinematics in a Healthy Population Using Magnetic Resonance Kinematics.
- Mid-America Orthopaedic Association Educational Grant (2015)
- University of California San Francisco Steinhart Scholarship (2011)
- Doris Duke Research Foundation Fellowship (July 2009 – June 2010)
- Linker Research Fellowship for Biomedical Research (July 2009 – June 2010)
- UCSF Pathways to Careers in Clinical and Translational Research Fellowship (July 2009 – June 2010)
- UCSF Deans Research Grant (June 2007)
- USC Magna Cum Laude Graduation Honors (June 2005)
- Edward Gregory Scholarship for Excellence in Computer Science (June 2005)
- Golden Key Honor Society (June 2005)
- Order of Omega Honor Society (June 2005)
- Gamma Sigma Alpha Honor Society (June 2005)
- Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society (June 2005)
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