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What Our Graduates Say




Nathan Cardoos, MD
Instructor of Family Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine
Charles River Medical Practice and Ryan Center for Sports Medicine
Team Physician: Boston College

"The UMass fellowship offered me a perfect blend of traditional sports medicine experience and superb training in musculoskeletal ultrasound. The dedicated ultrasound curriculum gave me a solid foundation of knowledge that was reinforced by countless hours of hands-on clinical experience."  


Greg Murphy, MD
Sports Medicine physician at Valley Medical Group in Greenfield, Amherst, and Easthampton, MA. 

"The Sports Medicine Fellowship at Umass provides a multitude of opportunities to diagnose and treat injuries in athletes and active individuals. Fellows provide medial coverage at a large number of high school, collegiate, and professional sporting events and have ample opportunity to grow their skills. Ultrasound guided injections as well as diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound are well integrated into the program providing a strong foundation for future growth." 


Chad Beattie, MD
Sports Medicine physician, Dept of Orthopedics
Hawthorn Medical Associates, Dartmouth, MA

"From my first day in fellowship I was surrounded by a diverse and supportive staff of physicians who were focused on all areas of my training. In particular, the MSK ultrasound curriculum has given my confidence to not only perform and teach procedures, but help diagnose MSK conditions in the clinic. Because of my extensive MSK U/S training in fellowship, I have become a valuable asset to my Orthopedic colleagues who now routinely send me patients for diagnostic scans instead of ordering more expensive and time consuming studies such as MRIs." 





Jennifer Schwartz, MD
Sports Medicine and Family Medicine physician
St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Allston, MA

"The UMass fellowship met and far exceeded my expectations. It is unique in that there is a large and diverse faculty base, high volume sports medicine exposure both on the sidelines and in clinic settings, valuable hands on training, and a perfect blend of autonomy and support."  


Terrence Tsui, MD
Sports Medicine Physician, Bayhealth Orthopaedics
Dover, Delaware
"I cannot say enough about my time as a sports medicine fellow at UMass. I completed the fellowship and left with a strong foundation in all aspects of sports medicine including the use of sonography for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.

I also had plenty of experience working with athletes from the high school level to the professional level which gave me the confidence to jump into a team physician role shortly after completing fellowship. In addition to the strong training, the faculty at UMass were excellent mentors and I still keep in touch with them on a regular basis."