Fellows and Alumni

 


 

Current Fellows

Sports Medicine Composite - Class of 2022[1]

Ruikang (Kong Kong) Liu, MD

Pediatric Track Fellow

Primary Board Certification:  Pediatrics

Residency:  Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital  

Medical School:  Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

Why did you select the University of Colorado to complete your Sports Medicine Fellowship training?

The program offers a diverse spectrum of coverage opportunities (including D1 and pro exposure), strong ultrasound training, and fantastic support for scholarship as well as mentorship for leadership development. The faculty are people I’m excited to learn from and work with in the future, and the location is somewhere where my family and I would be happy to settle down in.

Joe Noack, MD

Emergency Medicine Track Fellow

Primary Board Certification: Emergency Medicine

Residency:  Denver Health Medical Center EM Residency

Medical School:  University of Iowa Roy J. And Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine

Why did you select the University of Colorado to complete your Sports Medicine Fellowship training?

I chose the University of Colorado for fellowship due to the numerous opportunities provided through the training and the chance to learn from the faculty here who are leaders and experts in the field.  This program offered the chance to get great training not only in the clinic, but also on the sideline with opportunities to care for athletes at the high school, collegiate, and professional level.

Justin Stumph, DO

Primary Care Fellow

Primary Board Certification:  Osteopathic Family Medicine (AOBFP) and Family Medicine (ABFP)

Residency:  Cleveland Clinic Family Medicine Residency

Medical School:  Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

Why did you select the University of Colorado to complete your Sports Medicine Fellowship training?

University of Colorado was the perfect fit for me as a sports medicine fellowship program for multiple reasons. I was looking for a strong program that would prepare me to become the best primary care sports medicine physicians that I can be. I was impressed with the faculty, especially the fact that they came from a variety of primary specialties as well as a number of different training programs. The opportunity to cover events at all levels of competition and with athletes of all ages was also important to me. I am looking forward to the educational and research opportunities available at the fellowship at the program as I hope to stay involved in academics after my fellowship year. Finally, my wife and I are excited to get to experience the great outdoors of Colorado!