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As the Stanford Sports Medicine Fellowship Director, Dr. Sherman oversees the education and training of the clinical fellows.
Learn more about the Stanford Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at
As Chair of the Sports Medicine/Arthroscopy Committee, Dr. Sherman oversees the selection and presentation of innovative research at the AAOS Annual Meeting.
Learn more about AAOS at www.aaos.org.
As a member of the AOSSM Publication Committee, Dr. Sherman is responsible for providing educational content about current sports medicine topics.
Learn more about AOSSM at www.sportsmed.org/aossmimis.
As ICRS NextGen Committee Chair, Dr. Sherman works to identify and develop the next generation of cartilage surgeons and scientific leaders.
Learn more about the ICRS NetGen Committee at cartilage.org/about/governance/icrs-standing-committees/icrsnextgen/.
As an OLC and Fellowship Committee member, Dr. Sherman serves dual roles. He helps to create educational courses at the Orthopedic Learning Center in Rosemont, IL. He also works to educate and connect orthopedic sports medicine fellows within the AANA network.
Learn more about AANA at www.aana.org.
As a member of the Knee and Joint Preservation Committee, Dr. Sherman helps to design the program for the Biennial World Congress and works to educate members on hot topics in the field.
Learn more about ISAKOS at www.isakos.com.
As part of the ACL Study Group membership committee, Dr. Sherman works to recruit the world’s experts in ACL treatment into this prestigious organization.
Learn more about ACL Study Group at www.aclstudygroup.com.
Dr. Sherman is a proud member of the prestigious International Patellofemoral Study Group. The IPSG provides a worldwide forum to advance the understanding and treatment of patellofemoral conditions.
Learn more about IPSG at www.ipsg.org.
Learn more about the Biologic Association at www.thebiologicassociation.com.
As an HSS Alumni Association Class Representative, Dr. Sherman helps to find innovative and exciting ways to increase engagement within the extended HSS family .
Learn more about the HHS Alumni Association at www.hhs.edu/alumni.asp.
MOCA is a select group of expert surgeons who specialize in cartilage restoration. MOCA members develop evidence-based, clinical practice guidelines to improve surgical techniques and patient predictors for osteochondral allograft transplantation.
Learn more about MOCA at https://www.mocagroup.org/surgeons/sherman