Andrew Etheridge, MFA, CFo, CFm, C.ped, CCA
Andrew Etheridge has made multiple contributions in both the world of fine art as well as the field of anaplastology. Since joining the profession in 2012, Andrew has received numerous awards and recognitions for leadership and excellence within the field. He strives to push the specialty forward, using new techniques, technology, and materials to facilitate the best patient care possible.
Andrew is a board certified clinical anaplastologist with credentials in the orthotics and prosthetics field and is currently in the process of credentialing in ocularisty. His expertise lies in facial, somato, pedorthic care, and 3D technologies. He holds a BA degree from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and MFA degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Andrew continues to pursue creative opportunities receiving various art grants and museum exhibitions in the past couple of years.
Andrew has been an active member of the IAA (International Anaplastology Association) for eight years and sat on the board of Directors for two. Andrew regularly leads educational courses, presents lectures, and co-authors papers. In 2019 he was the recipient of the Walter Spohn Trust Grant for which he is preforming research and development of 3D printed ocular prostheses.