Greg Gaski, MD, is an assistant professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine and has been a proud member of the orthopaedic trauma team at Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital since 2013.
He serves as the program director of the school's Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship and associate program director of the Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program.
Gaski completed his undergraduate studies at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and earned his medical degree from the Ohio State University College of Medicine, graduating magna cum laude from both institutions.
He went on to complete a surgical internship and orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida. He further specialized by completing an orthopaedic trauma fellowship at the Shock Trauma Center/University of Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland.
Gaski's areas of particular interest and clinical expertise include treatment of pelvic and acetabular fractures, nonunion (failure of bone to heal), malunion (bone deformity), and osteomyelitis (bone infection). He is proficient in the use of both circular external fixators and internal leg lengthening devices for complex deformities, infection and limb salvage.
Aside from his clinical interests, research and education remain important aspects of Gaski’s career. He has given more than 100 national and local presentations, has published numerous articles in the fields of trauma surgery and orthopaedic surgery, and teaches residents at national fracture courses annually.
Gaski has served as a principal investigator and site investigator at several local and national research trials studying pelvic ring injuries, the inflammatory response in severely injured trauma patients, blood clot medication and severe lower leg injuries.