Orthopaedic trauma and post-traumatic complications with special
interest in pelvis and acetabulum fractures, peri-articular
fractures of both upper and lower extremity, bone healing,
nonunions, malunions, deformity and post-traumatic infections.
Timing of IV antibiotics following open fractures, IM nail vs.
locked plating for metapahyseal long bone fractures, use of BMP’s
in closed tibia fractures to accelerate healing, and hip
arthroscopy following hip dislocation.
Board Eligible: Passed Step 1 July 2005
MD: University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill,
Residency: University of North Carolina Department of
Orthopaedics, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Fellowship: Orthopaedic Trauma, Florida Orthopaedic Institute,
Tampa , Florida
Dr. Mullis is the author of several peer-reviewed journal articles
and numerous book chapters.
Honors, Awards and Recognitions:
Howard Rosen Award – AO junior faculty award elected by senior
faculty for Basic Residents Course, 2007
Current Academic Appointments:
2006 – Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedic
Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis ,
2007 – Chief of Orthopaedic Trauma Service
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery • Indiana University
School of Medicine
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