The Orthopaedic Surgery Interest Group serves to provide Marshall medical students with the opportunities to learn more about the field of orthopaedic surgery. Our goal is to provide early exposure to orthopaedics and its sub-specialties, help students learn about the orthopaedic resources available at MUSOM, and guide students through the process of becoming strong residency applicants. Meetings will be held 1-2 times a semester with faculty who will share their insight and experience. Once a year we host a panel of 4th year students, interns, and residents to answer any questions and give their insight into away rotations and the applications process. Various other events include learning to splint with the residents and observing surgical approach practice in the anatomy lab.