Barry University podiatric alums, dean and faculty among America's most influential

Barry University’s School of Podiatric Medicine’s dean, four of its alumni and two professors are named in Podiatry Management’s Movers and Shakers: America’s Most Influential Podiatrists. Barry’s elite are chosen by Podiatry Management’s consulting editors and readers of PM News as “some of the brightest lights in the profession.”

Bradley Bakotic, DPM ’92, DO, CEO is a dermatopathologist with Bako Pathology Services. Marybeth Crane, DPM ’94, FACFAS, CWS, is managing partner at the Foot and Ankle Associates of North Texas. John Steinberg, DPM ’95, is associate professor for the department of plastic surgery at Georgetown School of Medicine and co-director of the Limb Salvage Center at Georgetown University Hospital. Stephanie Wu, DPM ’01, is an associate professor for the department of surgery, and director of educational affairs and Outreach Center for Lower Extremity Ambulatory Research (CLEAR) at the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine.

Jeffrey Jensen, DPM, FACFAS, is dean and professor of podiatric medicine and surgery at Barry. James Losito, DPM, FACFAS, is Barry’s professor of podiatric sports medicine and podopediatrics and the athletic program’s team podiatrist. Robert Snyder, DPM, FACFAS, is professor and director of clinical research for the Paul & Margaret Brand Research Center at Barry.

Dr. Bakotic was named for his national contribution as an author, lecturer, and expert in dermatopathology. Dr. Crane was recognized for her national contribution as an author, lecturer, and authority on podiatric sports medicine. Dr. Steinberg appears for his national contribution as a podiatric educator, author, editor, researcher and authority on diabetes, wound healing, and surgical limb salvage / reconstruction. Dr. Wu was included for her national contribution as an author, researcher, and educator. Dr. Jensen was named for his national contribution as a podiatric educator, author, researcher, and inventor. Dr. Losito was included for his national expertise on podiatric sports medicine, serving as the podiatric physician of the Miami Heat, as well as being a renowned author, lecturer and podiatric political leader. Dr. Snyder was recognized as a national and international author, lecturer, researcher and authority on wound care.

Podiatry Management is distributed to over 9,000 podiatric medical physicians monthly and PMNews is distributed daily to 13,500 podiatric internet users and both are considered among the most influential publications for the podiatric profession. In their “Movers and Shakers” section every five years they list a Who’s Who of podiatrists based on hard work and devotion to podiatric medicine, they serve as role models for the profession.

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