Dr. Ciliberti graduated from the University of Delaware in 1999 with a B.S. in Nutritional Sciences and minors in Biology and Chemistry. He then attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and graduated with an M.S. in Human Nutrition in 2002 after completing a graduate assistantship.
He maintained a 4.0 GPA and was honored as a “Walk of Honor” recipient. While attending the University of Louisiana, Dr. Ciliberti was encouraged to pursue a career in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. He was accepted at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine and graduated in 2008 as a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. He went on to complete his residency at Texas A&M University Health Sciences Center/ Scott and White Memorial Hospital and the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System in Temple, Texas in 2011. Dr. Ciliberti had the opportunity to train and work with many leaders in the Podiatric and Orthopaedic community while completing his residency. As a chief resident, he was awarded an AO mini trauma fellowship in Europe. These fellowships are awarded to 8 Podiatric physicians yearly in the United States. Immediately following residency, Dr. Ciliberti completed a one year foot/ankle trauma and ankle replacement fellowship under the guidance of Dr. Jason Miller at the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Center.
Dr. Ciliberti has a special interest in research and has published multiple papers in peer review journals. He has also presented multiple research posters at conferences in the United States and Europe. He was recently awarded the “Young Scientist Award” by the World Congress on Debates and Consensus in Bone, Muscle and Joint Diseases.
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