Quincey is a CO native. She played basketball at the University of Denver where she studied International Studies, German, and Spanish. After working at Habitat for Humanity for 1 year, she decided to make the leap into the medical field and received her certification as a Medical Assistant. She started working at the CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center shortly after the facility opened in September of 2015. In her free time Quincey enjoys working alongside her father flipping and remodeling homes, teaching swim lessons and exploring different music venues.
Christopher was fortunate to grow up in Colorado and was raised backpacking, skiing, hiking 14ers, canyoneering, and cycling, all passions he continues to pursue today. He attended CU Boulder for undergraduate work in Anthropology and went on to pursue a Masters in Science and Physician Assistant degree from Northeastern University in Boston. He started his career as a Physician Assistant in Orthopedics 13 years ago and has since worked in General Surgery and Pain Management. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the hip preservation team. Having raced competitively in road, cyclocross, and mountain bike disciplines in cycling, he shares a similar passion with many of our patients.
Laura, currently the Hip Preservation Fellow at University of Colorado, was born and raised in Arizona. She attended the University of Arizona as a National Merit Scholar and graduated summa cum laude. She then moved to New York where she received her doctorate of medicine at Columbia University. During medical school, she was involved in several teaching programs for undergraduate students interested in medicine and began pursuing her own career in orthopaedic surgery with an elective research year. She stayed at Columbia University for her Orthopaedic Surgery Residency and continued her research pursuits, as well as team physician coverage at the high school, collegiate, and professional levels. She then completed an Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Connecticut, where she wrote numerous book chapters and scientific articles, before moving to Boulder to further specialize her expertise in Hip Preservation with Dr. Mei-Dan. In her free time, she enjoys endurance running and triathlons, mountaineering, scuba diving, weight-lifting, and gastronomy.
Amanda, our Surgery Coordinator, was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She moved to Colorado to pursue her childhood dream of playing soccer at the collegiate level. Amanda is working towards her Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Marketing. In her free time, she enjoys paddle boarding, kayaking, and hiking.
Alex, our research assistant, is a Colorado native. She received her BS degree in psychology from the University of Colorado Denver and went on to receive her MS degree in exercise physiology at the University of Northern Colorado. She is a competitive jump roper and has competed in three world championships and numerous national championships. In her free time she loves hiking, camping, and playing beach volleyball.