Leah Morse, MS

Board-Certified Physician Assistant

After completing Physician Assistant School and her Master’s Degree at Wagner College in New York City, Morse worked with the Neurointerventional Surgery team at Roosevelt Hospital in mid-town Manhattan. She relocated to her native Vermont in 2010 to work at Mansfield Orthopaedics. Since that time, she has specialized in Hip and Knee joint replacement and sports medicine. Morse coordinates both the research program and the inpatient total joint replacement team. She functions as first assistant to Dr. Bryan Huber in the operating room, and spends the remainder of her time in clinic, focused on pre-and post-operative care

+ Affiliations (click to expand)

2010-present Physician Assistants in Orthopedic Surgery (PAOS)

+ Education & Clinical Experience

Master of Science, Advanced Physician Assistant Studies, Wagner College Physician Assistant Program
Bachelor of Science, Physician Assistant Studies, Wagner College Physician Assistant Program

National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
BLS Basic Life Support
ACLS Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
Infectious Disease Certification
NIHSSS National Institute of Health Stroke Scale

2010-present Orthopedic Surgery Physician Assistant, Mansfield Orthopaedics at Copley Hospital
2008-2010 Neurointerventional Radiology, Institute for Neurology & Neruosurgery at
Roosevelt Hospital


+ Publications



Aspirin and clopidogrel inhibition in patients undergoing intracranial stenting, International Stroke Conference, San Antonio, TX, 2010

+ Research

2013-present Prospective, Multicenter Study to Evaluate the ConforMIS iTotal® (CR) Knee Replacement System

2013-present Prospective, Multicenter study of the ConforMIS iDuo® G2 Bicompartmental knee repair system.

2012-present Prospective, post market, multicenter study of the outcomes of the Triathlon® Partial Knee Resurfacing Unicondylar Knee System

2012 Trial comparing Visionscope Imaging to MRI in the diagnosis of suggestive clinical symptoms for meniscal and articular cartilage injuries in the knee

2007-2008 Identifying a Silent Killer: Literacy and its Relationship to Health Outcomes