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Fu Freddie

Chairman Fu Freddie

Fu Freddie

University of Pittsburgh
Athletic Dept., Kaufmann Bldg.
Pittsburgh, United States of America


Dr. Freddie H. Fu is the David Silver Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Distinguished Service Professor, University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Fu specializes in Sports Medicine and serves as the Head Team Physician for the University of Pittsburgh Athletic Department.

Dr. Fu graduated summa cum laude from Dartmouth College in 1974 and received his BMS in 1975 from Dartmouth Medical School. He earned his medical degree in 1977 from the University of Pittsburgh and completed his general surgery internship at Brown University. He returned to Pitt to complete his orthopaedic residency training. Dr. Fu was an AO International Fellow at the Hannover Trauma Center in Germany and an arthroscopic surgery fellow in East Lansing, Michigan.

Dr. Fu’s major research interest lies in anatomic ACL reconstruction, clinical outcomes, and bioengineering of sports-related problems. Dr. Fu has been honored with over 260 professional awards and honors, made over 1200 national and international presentations, co-authored 173 books chapters, is an author of over 600 peer-reviewed articles, and edited 30 major orthopaedic textbooks.

Dr. Fu oversees one of the top and most ethnically and gender-diversified orthopaedic residency training programs in the country. For this, he received the 2011 AAOS Diversity Award. He has been honored with over 275 professional awards including the 2014 AAOS Kappa Delta Elizabeth Winston Lanier Award. In July 2016, he was inducted to the AOSSM Hall of Fame.