I am Caio de Andrade Staut and am 28 years old, born in Sao Paulo, Brazil. I graduated from medical school in November 2016 from Marilia State Medical School (FAMEMA).
After medical school, I dedicated one year to the Brazilian Army for medical services. It was a great opportunity to meet and learn from other doctors from different parts of the country.
I moved to Indianapolis in January 2019 with my wife.
I was in Brazil just about to finish my first year of residency in orthopedic surgery (orthopedic surgery residency in Brazil is three years long), when my wife and I got the opportunity to move to the U.S. and live a new experience in Indianapolis.
I have been in the Kacena lab since June and it has been an amazing opportunity to learn new things and get involved with bone healing research.
As a big sports fan, I am looking forward to watching the IUPUI Jaguars in 2019-20 season!
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