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Greetings from Seattle!
I'm Dave, a Family Medicine resident physician at the University of Washington and a former medical analyst here at Bleacher Report. I graduated from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine in June 2013, and following residency, I plan to pursue fellowship training in Primary Care (non-operative) Sports Medicine. I currently serve as a volunteer team physician for Sammamish High School football in Bellevue, WA and for UW Men's Hockey.
I started analyzing injuries in 2010, and I joined Bleacher Report in 2012. I hung up my sportswriting cleats in late 2014 to further pursue my clinical and research goals, and I very much appreciate having had the opportunity to shed light on injuries as they affect the sports world and teach a little about medicine and anatomy along the way.
For more of my bio, follow this link: http://blog.bleacherreport.com/2013/03/21/featured-columnist-of-the-month-injuries-writer-dave-siebert/
Do you know where Aaron Rodgers went to get his colar bone injury repaired? Who was the doctor?
Haha, no worries, Dave. I thought that was a good one!
Hey Dr. Dave, my name is Dan. My first year of medical school I did a little writting too, on a CBSsports blog. Bleacher Report was in its infancy then, and they approached me about trying to write with them instead. After that first year of school I stopped sports blogging but would love to get into it with more time now. I'm in my last year of school, interview season is done, and I've got 6 months to enjoy now. How'd you get into it?
Sorry for the delay in getting back, Dave, but you're certainly weclome — and kudos on reaching the 1M milestone. You must be doing something right,eh?
Congrats on 1,000,000 reads! Wow!!
You're welcome, Dave!
no problem, Mr. Doctor
And you = The Doctor, Dave!
Teamwork is great, Dave! Glad to help.
Hi Dave. Congratulations on your shoutout for the Randall Cobb piece!