Carmen Quatman

As an orthopedic surgeon, I specialize in orthopedic trauma care with a special emphasis on geriatric care. I’m passionate about integrating cutting-edge technology into clinical care to significantly improve patient outcomes. I believe that everyone deserves the best quality of life no matter what stage of life they are in. I strive to be a catalyst of change through passion, authenticity and dynamic patient-physician relationships, ultimately leading to breakthroughs in orthopedic patient care.

At the age of 17, I sustained a traumatic knee injury and was confronted with news that I may not be able to walk in a few years without significant reconstructive surgery. Ohio State was one of the few centers in the country that could offer the care I needed. The outstanding treatment I received as a patient was a pivotal moment for me. It showed me what excellence meant to me as a patient, physician and researcher.

When I’m not working I enjoy spending time outdoors, reading, kayaking, swimming, hiking and relaxing with my family.

  • One of two surgeons in the country to complete a geriatric orthopedic training fellowship
  • Helped create criteria for fellowship certification in geriatric orthopedic trauma care through the International Geriatric Fracture Society, 2017
  • Selected to participate in the National Institute of Health’s National Institute of Aging Bulter-Williams Scholar Program, 2016
  • Member of the research team that received the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation Clinical Research Award for 15 years of collaborative research on knee injury prevention strategies, 2016
  • Publications found here!

Elizabeth Sheridan

Beth has 20+ years of diverse research experience and currently serves as the Associate Director of Clinical Research in Orthopaedics. She is a doctoral student in the College of Social Work and is particularly interested in aging research and the effect of sociodemographics on disparities in access to care and health outcomes. Beth lives with her husband, two children, and overgrown puppy in Upper Arlington.

Jessica Wiseman

Jess is a research coordinator for orthopaedic trauma with over ten years of experience in bench top and clinical research. Her interests and strengths center around projects that seek to effect meaningful change for individuals and populations with consideration of sociodemographic and environmental factors. Jess is engaged with her community as a volunteer firefighter/EMT and enjoys hiking and game nights with family.