Dr. Bernard F. Morrey is an esteemed orthopedic surgeon who served as Chair of Orthopedics at Mayo Clinic and currently holds a professorship at the University of Texas Health Center, San Antonio. He held leadership roles in major orthopedic associations, chaired prestigious medical journals, and served on the Board of Governors at Mayo Clinic. Dr. Morrey is a Fulbright Scholar, holds nine patents, authored 15 textbooks in multiple languages, and contributed to over 450 peer-reviewed publications. He was the personal orthopedic surgeon to former Presidents Bush, recognized as a distinguished alumnus of Mayo Clinic and the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, and honored as a "Pillar of Orthopaedics" by the AOA in 2023. Dr. Morrey began in Ft. Worth, worked at NASA, attended medical school at UTMB, and completed his residency at Mayo Clinic while earning a master's degree in biomechanics from the University of Minnesota. After two years in the Air Force, he practiced at Mayo until 2009 and continues part-time at the University of Texas Health Center. Dr. Morrey resides with his wife, Carla, on his ranch in LaGrange and has four children, all in the medical field, along with 12 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.