Dr. William Johnson, Jr. was born in Flowood, Mississippi, went to high school at Jackson Academy. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Mississippi in 2008. In 2012 he received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine, where he was awarded with the Donald T. Imrie Award for Most Outstanding Orthopedic Student. Dr. Johnson went on to graduate with his Doctor of Philosophy with a Master of Science in Clinical Health Sciences in 2013 from the University of Mississippi School of Health-Related Professions.
Dr. Johnson’s professional training in Orthopedic surgery includes a completed Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at University of Mississippi Medical Center and an Adult Reconstruction Fellowship in Arlington, Virginia with the Anderson Clinic.
Gene Barrett Research Award
Mississippi Orthopedic Society – Best Research Presentation
Phi Kappa Phi
University of Mississippi
SHRP Research Award
Mississippi Academy of Science Oral Presentation Award
Donald T. Imrie Award
UMMC – Most Outstanding Orthopedic Student
Surgical Scholars Research Program
06/2009 – 05/2012
Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America
University of Mississippi, 2008
Wegener, EE. Johnson, W. Identification of Common Nail and Skin Disorders. Journal of Hand Therapy.
April/June 2010. Volume 23, Number 2. pgs. 187-198.