Dr. Jacqueline Brady named endowed scholar

Alumna appointed to John and Susan Hayhurst Distinguished Scholar in Orthopaedic Research and Innovation

Jacqueline Brady, M.D. R’13, assistant professor of orthopaedics and rehabilitation, OHSU School of Medicine, was appointed Sept. 30 as the inaugural recipient of the John and Susan Hayhurst Distinguished Scholar in Orthopaedic Research and Innovation.

OHSU Provost Elena Andresen, Ph.D., presided over an investiture attended by Dr. Brady and her family, OHSU leaders and faculty, and members of the OHSU Foundation.

Dennis Crawford, M.D., Ph.D., professor of orthopaedics and rehabilitation, gave a tribute to Dr. Brady during the investiture

Dr. Brady earned her medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School before moving West to begin her orthopaedic surgery residency in San Francisco. She completed her residency at OHSU in 2013, followed by a fellowship in sports and shoulder surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.

She has been interested in improving surgical education via simulation since she was in training, and she was involved in the vision for the current VirtuOHSU simulation center. Now, Dr. Brady is the lead instructor of all orthopaedic surgical skills labs in VirtuOHSU and program director of the Arthroscopy Boot Camp. This endowment will be used to support Dr. Brady’s research in improving arthroscopic education for orthopaedic trainees using simulation.

  • Pictured, top: (back row) Jung Yoo, M.D., professor and chair of orthopaedics and rehabilitation, Susan Hayhurst; (front row) OHSU Provost Andresen; Dr. John Hayhurst; Dr. Brady
Photos courtesy OHSU Foundation