James St. Ville, MD








Pre Med/Pre Engineering Undergraduate Sc hool
1975-1978 St . Mary's University, San Antonio, TX, BA in Biology

Medical School
1978-1980, 1982-1984 University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Oklahoma City, OK, Doctorate of Medicine, MD Degree

Engineering School
1980-1982 University of California, San Diego, CA, MS in Bioengineering

1989-1990 Institute for Bone and Joint Disorders, Phoenix, AZ
Trained under Anthony Hedley, M.D.
Fellowship was a one year specialized training in: Artificial Joint Surgery and Adult Reconstruction
• Distinguished Alumni Award, St. Mary's University
• Walter G. Burl Award, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (Physics Paper of the Year Bioengineering Project)
• MSC Finite Element Mathematics World User Competition winner (Orthopedic Bioengineering Project)
• ASME Lifetime Achievement Award for Bioengineering
• John Benien Award recipient (Award for Sportsmanship, Courage, and Valor)
• Cascia Hall Medalist recipient. (Award for Academic Excellence and Leadership)
• Honorary: Summa Cum Laude (G.P. A 3.99)
• Awarded NIH Traineeship, to study under Y.C. Fung at University of California, San Diego in Bioengineering
• William Stewart Halsted General Surgery Fellow
• Alfred Blalock Orthopaedic Surgery Fellow
• Named Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery and Department Heads of a) Artificial Joint Surgery & Adult Reconstruction, and, b) Trauma Surgery at Richmond University Medical Center, Staten Island, NY.

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