Walter-CV

Certification

Board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery since 2000

Honors

5-A All-Conference Football; 1986
Valedictorian, Jenks High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma; 1987
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation Fleming Scholar, Stanford University; 1987
Stanford Freshman Crew, Stanford University; 1987 – 1988
Stanford Lacrosse – Varsity – Letterman, Stanford University; 1988 – 1991
Letter of Commendation – Biology, Stanford University; 1989
President, Phi Delta Theta, Stanford University; 1990
James P. Devere Scholarship, Stanford University; 1990 – 1991
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Grant – Stanford University; 1990 – 1991
BioBridge Student Advisor, Stanford University; 1990 – 1991
Graduate with Distinction, Stanford University; 1991
Order of Omega, Stanford University; 1991
Washington University Summer Research Fellowship, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, Missouri; 1992
Letter of Commendation – Neurology, Washington University School of Medicine; 1992
Top Third of Class, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri; 1995

Training

Undergraduate
Stanford University, Stanford, California; 1987 – 1991
Degree:  Bachelor of Science, Biological Sciences

Graduate
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri; 1991 – 1995;
Degree:  Doctor of Medicine

Internship
General Surgery – University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, Texas; 1995 – 1996

Residency
Orthopaedic Surgery – University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, Texas; 1996 – 2000

Fellowship
Sports Medicine – American Sports Medicine Institute – James Andrews, M.D. and William Clancy, M.D., Birmingham, Alabama; 2000 – 2001

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