Careers

Research

AnMed Health works hard to further academic and scholarly activity amongst our faculty and our fellows. Fellows are all required to participate in some type of research project during their fellowship year. This may be an independent project or an assistant role in the research of one of our faculty. We also encourage fellows to present cases or posters through one of many venues.

Current Research 

"Neuropsychological Testing and Differences in Return to Play Decisions for Concussed High School Athletes"
Lead authors: Chris Clemow, M.D., FACSM, and Scott Counts, M.D., FACSM

"Fifth Metatarsal Fractures and the Role of Shoes and Turf"
Lead author: Brian Pope, M.D., MPH 
Faculty liaison: Larry Bowman, M.D.

"Dynamic UCL Ultrasound Evaluation in Throwers”
Lead author: Will Grimsley, M.D.
Faculty liaison: Chris Clemow, M.D., FACSM

"Eating Disorder Risk at Different NCAA Divisional Levels"
Lead author: Tenley Murphy, M.D., FACSM
Faculty liaison: Loreto Jackson, Ph.D.

Past Presentations 

"Just Another Play" by Chad Greer, M.D.
Poster presentation at the AMSSM-Annual Meeting
Cancun, Mexico- March 2010 

"Update on Concussion Management" by Chris Clemow, M.D., FACSM
Lecture presentation for the South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians
Litchfield Beach, SC -June 2009 

"Neuropsychological Testing and Differences in Return to Play Decisions for Concussed High School Athletes" by Chris Clemow, M.D., FACSM
Poster presentation for the Society of Teachers in Family Medicine - National Conference
Baltimore, MD - May 2008 

"20+ Minutes of Cardiac Arrest: Survived and Functional with Hypothermia" by Chris Clemow, M.D., FACSM
Podium presentation at Rendezvous II - International Sports Medicine Conference
Las Vegas, NV - March 2008

"Patellar tendonitis: Or is it?"by Brian Pope, M.D., MPH
Podium presentation at Rendezvous II - International Sports Medicine Conference 
Las Vegas, NV - March 2008 

Publications

"Tools to Speed your Heel Pain Diagnosis" 
By Chris Clemow, M.D., FACSM; Brian Pope, M.D., MPH; Hunter Woodall, M.D.
Journal of Family Practice, November 2008