Jacqueline Brady, M.D.

Jacqueline Brady is an orthopaedic sports surgeon who serves as Associate Professor, Associate Residency Program Director, and Simulation Director for the orthopaedic surgery residency program at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, OR.

Dr. Brady's research interests include clinical topics like knee and shoulder instability--particularly patellofemoral instability in the knee--and also residency training topics such as using learning motion patterns to better teach and track progress with arthroscopic surgery skills, and understanding how women differ from men in both self-evaluations and faculty evaluations during residency.  

Dr Brady is delighted to serve on the SpeakUpOrtho board, supporting the various efforts of the group and focusing particularly on educational initiatives.