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“Adhesive Capsulitis in the Athletic Shoulder” Presented by: Tim Rindlisbacher, MD Director, Sports Health Cleveland Clinic Canada webcasting link http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=55182269
David Wasserstein and Ujash Sheth are winners of the prestigious Sports Health T. David Sisk Award for the most outstanding review paper published in Sports Health in 2015. Their paper was entitled “A Systematic Review of Failed Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Autograft Compared with Allograft in Young Patients”.
here is the link http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=53070196
…congratulationas to Dr. Aaron Nauth who has been awarded a Chair in Fracture Care Research at St. Michael’s Hospital. Aaron is undertaking extensive transformative preclinical and clinical work that will lead to many improvements in fracture care….
…congratulating Dr. Danny Whelan on being awarded a 2016 ESSKA-AOSSM DJO Travelling Fellowship…this is a very prestigious fellowship in Sports Medicine that signifies Danny’s significant achievements to date….
Tim Dwyer was successful in the defense of his PhD Thesis, “Designing an Assessment Program for the Competency-based Era”. Tim did an excellent performance during his defense and demonstrated great poise and professionalism as he addressed the questions from: External Examiner: Dr. Tim Woods (Ottawa PhD) External Examiner: Carol Anne Moulton (PhD & Surgeon Scientist) […]
2015 BASIC SCIENCE – MECHANICAL CATEGORY ($20,000 Grant): The 2015 award winner in the Basic Science Category is Dr. Aaron Nauth (University of Toronto) and his Co-Investigator: Dr. Theodoropoulos for their study: “Endothelial Progenitor Cells for the Biological Augmentation of Rotator Cuff Repair”. 2015 CLINICAL RESEARCH CATEGORY ($20,000 Grant): The 2015 award winner in the clinical research category is Dr. Patrick Henry (University […]
… two impressive accomplishments by Tim dwyer this month… he has a first author paper in jbjs on surgical training, and is also the “author of the month” for the american journal of sports medicine… see below for the links…. AJSM JBJS
- Get updated! Check out our October 2019 research newsletter November 5, 2019
- Visiting surgeons attend case study session and cadaver lab October 30, 2019
- 1st UTOSM Hip Symposium was a hit! October 29, 2019
- Just released – check out our September 2019 Research Newletter! October 1, 2019
- Our August 2019 Research Newletter is fresh off the press! September 4, 2019