Nathan P. Olafsen, MD
Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery
Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Associate Program Director, Washington University PM&R Residency Program
Medical Director, Orthopedic Clinic, Center for Advanced Medicine South County
Co-Director, Medical Student Education

Details to come!

Wilson Zachary Ray, MD
Professor of Neurological and Orthopedic Surgery
Executive Vice Chair, Department of Neurosurgery
Co-Director, Spinal Oncology
Ray lab website

Dr. Ray’s research interests include strategies to improve nerve regeneration and the development of innovative technology targeting peripheral nerve/neuroprosthetic interfaces. The management of spinal cord injuries utilizing novel imaging modalities and surgical techniques to help predict functional recovery and provide patients with spinal cord injuries improved distal limb function.

Macy Stonner, OTD, CHT
Specialist Therapist, Washington University School of Medicine

Macy Stonner is an occupational therapist with clinical interests in neurological, orthopaedic, and degenerative conditions of the upper extremity. She completed her undergraduate education at Furman University (Greenville, SC), where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science. She then completed her doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy (OTD) from Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Macy has worked as a certified hand therapist (CHT) at the Milliken Hand Rehabilitation Center at Washington University School of Medicine since 2017.

Macy’s research interests include strategies to improve functional outcomes following nerve and tendon repair and reconstruction. She also has interests in public policy and advocacy for increased outpatient therapy coverage for under-resourced groups. She currently serves as a journal reviewer for the Journal of Hand Surgery and HAND. She has presented at national conferences, including ASHT and ASSH, on flexor tendon outcomes, nerve transfer rehabilitation, health disparities, and post-operative opioid education. Macy also serves as an instructor in the Human Anatomy course for occupational therapy graduate students at Washington University School of Medicine.