As a clinical-track full-professor, my appointment is designated to be approximately 70% clinical service, 10% teaching, 10% service, and 10% scholarly activity. The instructional effort is a combination of clinical, didactic and laboratory instruction of professional students, interns and residents. The service effort includes all non-student teaching and non-scholarly related activities required to enable and enhance the activities of the department, hospital, school and university. The scholarly activity effort includes publishing book chapters, case reports, journal articles, and presenting continuing education programs that demonstrate my clinical expertise and experience with large numbers of cases.
My clinic time was divided between the soft tissue and orthopedic surgery services through 2015. For the first five years, I also taught for several weeks each year on the general surgery service. I directed the physical rehabilitation service from 2009 until 2018. Since 2015, my clinical appointment has been with the soft tissue surgery service, including the surgical oncology service when it was established in 2017.