Jennifer Van

Jennifer Van, DPM
 
Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery
Chief Resident, Four year Foot and Ankle Surgery Residency Program
Phone: 215-625-5348
 
Educational Background:
 
Emory University
Atlanta, GA
Bachelor of Arts, with Pre-Medicine Concentration
 
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
 
Certification(s):
 
Pennsylvania State Podiatric Medical License
Basic Life Support/CPR Certification
Advanced Life Support Certification
NBPME Part I Board
NBPME Part II Board
NBPME Part III Board
 
Professional Memberships:
 
American Podiatric Medical Association
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
 
Awards:
 
Physician of the Year, 2015
Present Podiatric Residency Education Summit Residency Rumble 2nd Place
TUSPM Admissions Scholarship
Joseph Union, DPM Scholarship
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars Honorary Society
Alpha Epsilon Delta National Pre-Medical Honorary Society
Georgia HOPE Scholarship
 
Publications:
 
Wiest A, Sansosti L, Ellis W, Meyr A, Yurkanin G, Van J. “Treatment of Joint Depression Calcaneal Fractures Utilizing Combination Mini External Fixator and Percutaneous Screw Fixation.”
Poster Presented at 2015 ACFAS Annual Scientific Conference
 
Pirozzi K, Van, J, Meyr A, Pontious J. “Demographic Description of the Presentation and Treatment of Lower Extremity Skin and Soft Tissue Infections Secondary to Skin Popping in Intravenous Drug Abusers.” Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery March-April. 2014. 53(2):156-159.
Poster Presented at 2013 ACFAS Annual Scientific Conference
 
Wagoner M, Van J, Nolan, C, Creech C, Cornell R, Meyr A. “Can Foot & Ankle Surgeons Accurately Estimate Patient Body Mass Index?” Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery Jan.-Feb. 2014. 53(1):36-40.
Poster Presented at 2011 Diabetic Limb Salvage Conference
 
Van J. ACFAS on-line Scientific Literature Review, May 2013. “Treatment of Posttraumatic Equinus Deformity and Concomitant Soft Tissue Defects of the Heel.” Shut H, Ma B, Kan S, Wang H, Shao H, Watson JT. J Trauma. 2011 Dec;71(6):1699-1704.