Mark K. Williams, D.P.M.’89, FACFAS

Dr. Williams was appointed to the Washington State Podiatric Medical Board by Governor Jay Inslee. His two-year term began in July 2014.  The board is responsible for addressing complaints regarding treatment by podiatrists within the state as well as for establishing continuing medical education and licensing guidelines for podiatry.

— Alumni Relations

Troy J. Boffeli, D.P.M.’90, FACFAS

Dr. Boffeli had two research articles published in the November 2014 issue of the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He was co-author of “Modified Dwyer Osteotomy with Rotation and Reinsertion of Autograft Bone Wedge for Residual Heel Deformity Despite Previous Delayed Subtalar Joint Arthrodesis After Calcaneal Fracture.” He also was one of three authors […]

— Alumni Relations

Wade A. Christiansen, D.P.M.’09

Wade Christiansen opened a new private practice, Arches Foot and Ankle Clinic, in his hometown of Lehi, UT. He and his wife have five children and are enjoying practicing medicine and living near family.

— Alumni Relations

Kyle T. Pearson, D.P.M.’11, M.H.A.’11

Kyle T. Pearson recently graduated from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center foot and ankle surgical residency program. He plans to join Rezin Orthopedics in Morris, IL, as a foot and ankle surgeon.

— Gretchen Johnson

Daniel S. Brandwein, D.P.M.’90

Dr. Brandwein lives in Weston, FL, with his wife, Meryl, three kids and two dogs. He is a board-certified foot and ankle surgeon practicing in Pompano Beach. He uses HyProCure implants for many surgeries on the subtalar joint, and he is considering using it for peripheral neuropathy pain as a new and different approach. Brandwein also shared that […]

— Gretchen Johnson

Bradley R. Olson, D.P.M.’05

Olson joined the podiatry department at Essentia Health – South University Clinic in Fargo, ND. He completed a three-year residency in comprehensive foot and ankle surgery at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, MN.

— Anna Hudson