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About Justin Stull

A candidate for a doctor of medicine at Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Medical College, Justin Stull has been the co-author of several academic journal publications on various orthopaedic research topics, including biomechanics and anatomical subjects. He has made several academic presentations at international committee meetings, and he is currently working as co-author on a book chapter and is co-investigator on two research studies. Much of Justin Stull’s research activity revolves around sports medicine and injuries. As an accomplished athlete, he still enjoys playing basketball and racquetball, and often cycles and swims.

Mr. Stull’s involvement with sports began at a young age when he played soccer. By high school, he had begun playing football, and he quickly became recognized as a talented player, and played as the starting linebacker for his school in the 2002 Big 33 All-Star Game. His talent drew the attention of football coaches at Princeton University, where he was studying for his bachelor’s degree in history. Justin Stull was placed into the starting line-up on the school’s team as a linebacker, and he was soon challenging the university’s top tacklers. By the end of his college football career, he had ranked as the third-leading tackler of all time at Princeton, and had signed a deal with the Washington Redskins as a free agent.

Work History

MD candidate, MSIII

Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University



Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Jun 2009May 2010


Scripps College
Sep 2002Jun 2006


Princeton University