After graduating Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude in Biology from Harvard College, Dr. Thomas Gill received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He performed his internship in general surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital, and completed his orthopedic surgery training at the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program. Upon his graduation, Dr. Gill was awarded the Maurice E. Muller Scholarship to study reconstructive surgery in Bern, Switzerland and throughout other European academic centers. He then completed his fellowship training in Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery at the Steadman-Hawkins Clinic in Vail, Colorado.
Dr. Gill is currently Director of the Boston Sports Medicine and Research Institute. Dr. Gill has a strong commitment to education, and in addition to his involvement as course director or faculty member with many CME courses, he is an active member of the New England Baptist Sports Medicine Fellowship Program.
Dr. Gill has served as Medical Director for the Boston Red Sox, Head Team Physician for the New England Patriots, and Team Physician for the Boston Bruins. He is a fellow of the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons; a member of the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine; has been a member of the Team Physician Societies of the Major League Baseball, the National Football League, and the National Hockey League; and was elected to the Herodicus Society and the American Orthopedic Association.
Dr. Gill’s primary clinical and research interests include knee and shoulder injuries. He has a particular interest in biomechanics of the knee and shoulder, as well as tissue engineering techniques for joint preservation and cartilage repair in the knee. Dr. Gill has authored numerous articles and chapters on basic science and clinical issues involving the knee and shoulder, and has previously written books on Complications of Shoulder Surgery and Techniques of Knee Arthroscopy.
Associate Professor: Harvard Medical School, Orthopaedic Surgery
American Board of Orthopedic Surgery
American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (Sports Medicine)
Harvard Medical School, 1990
Massachusetts General Hospital, 1991
Harvard Combined Orthopedic Residency Program, 1996
Chief Resident, Brigham and Women's Hospital, 1996
The Hospital for Special Surgery, 1992
Steadman-Hawkins Clinic, 1998
Maurice E. Müller Fellow in Reconstructive Surgery, 1997
Orthopedic Surgery, Sports Medicine