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Dr Paul Constantine Pappademos Wichita Kansas

Dr Paul Constantine Pappademos


Anderson Orthopaedic Research Institute, Alexandria, VA

Adult Reconstruction with Charles A. Engh, Sr., Gerard A. Engh, C. Anderson Engh, James P. McAuley, William Hamilton

Being performed currently from 8/04-7/05


Orthopaedic Surgery

University of Kansas School of Medicine, Wichita, KS (7/99-present)



Pfizer Award for Excellence in Pain Management


Part One Pass (2004)


University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, KS (8/1995-5/1997)

Wichita, KS (6/1997-5/1999)

M.D., 5/99


Step 1 227 (6/1997)

Step 2 221 (8/1998)

Step 3 219 (12/2000)


Alpha Omega Alpha (1999)


Dean’s List (1995-1997)

Honors Pathology Program (1997)

Microbiology Student Representative (1996)

Biochemistry Student Representative (1995)


University of Texas – Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Houston TX

 8/1990-5/1995 Non-degree seeking student 


University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK


Bachelor of Science, Chemistry


Pappademos PC, Prohaska DJ, Dusek JK, “ Combined anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with meniscus repair: a long-term follow-up” (unpublished) 

Gordon JE, Pappademos PC, Schoenccker PL, Dobbs MB, Luhmann SJ, “Femoral Derotational Osteotomy in Children: Diaphyseal Osteotomy with Intrameduallary Fixation.” (unpublished)


Pappademos PC. Joseph J, “Supracondylar femur fracture above a mature knee fusion treated with Zickel nails in a polio-stricken extremity: A case report.” (unpublished)


“Orthopaedic consequences of osteoporosis” at Osteoporosis - 30th Annual J.H

Holt Memorial Academic Assembly,Wichita, KS (9/1999)

“Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with meniscus repair: a long-term follow-up.” to be presented as a poster at the 21th Annual Mid-America Orthopaedic Association Meeting, Hilton Head, SC (4/2003)


I performed clinical research on the effects of hemodilution with patients who underwent radical prostatectomy surgery. Washington University, St. Louis, MO. (12/1993-1/1994)

I was a research assistant who worked in conjunction with the University of Tulsa chemistry department and the St. Francis hospital on nitric oxide treatment in newborns with bronechopulmonary dysplasia. University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK. (1/1994-8-1994)


Sedgwick County Pediatric Clinic, co-director, volunteer

I volunteered and arranged the schedule for all student physician volunteers at

the Sedgwick County pediatric clinic (1/1998-12/1999)

Don’t Choke on Smoke

Presentation volunteer

I performed presentations sponsored by the American Cancer Society to educate elementary school children on the adverse effects of cigarette smoking (1/1997-5/1997)

Rural Medicine Outreach Program

Presentation volunteer

I traveled to rural Kansas to give presentations to high school students interested in pursuing health care related careers. (8/1996-12/1996)

School of Medicine community service committee


I was involved in multiple community service events that were sponsored by this medical school committee (9/1995-5/1997)

Special Olympics Events Volunteer (5/1991-6/1997)


Kansas Board of Healing Arts

Virginia Board of Healing Arts


ATLS (2000-present)

ATLS-instructor (2000-present)

ACLS (1999-present)

APR (1995-present)


Ralph J.Kaufmann Award (Chemistry) (1994)

Order of Omega (1993)

Omicron Delta Kappa (1993)

Alpha Epsilon Delta (1992)

Scroll Honor Society (1992)

Lantem Honor Society (1991)










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