The University of Michigan Orthotics and Prosthetics Center (UMOPC), Ann Arbor, announced the addition of Steven Corlew; Elisa DeJong, CO; and Denise Larkins to its residency program.
Corlew is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University (EMU) master’s degree program in orthotics and prosthetics. He received his bachelor of science degree in Earth science and physical education from Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo.
DeJong is a graduate of the California State Dominguez Hills O&P program with certificates in both orthotics and prosthetics. She holds a bachelor of science degree in psychology from Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Larkins is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) master of science in prosthetics and orthotics (MSPO) program. She graduated with honors from Georgia Tech with a bachelor of science degree in psychology.
Larkins and Corlew began their orthotic residencies in August; DeJong began her prosthetic residency in August.
The University of Michigan also announced that Edward Strachan, CO, a graduate of UMOPC prosthetic residency program will continue as a post-graduate prosthetic fellow. He will divide his time equally between research and clinical care.