CIHR research grant awarded to Principal Investigator Aileen Davis and UTOSM team members Dr. Chahal, Dr. Murnaghan, Dr. Dwyer, Dr. Ogilvie-Harris and Dr. Marks for national level study

A big congratulations to Aileen Davis and the UTOSM team who are collaborating on a research project related to decreasing the risk of arthritis in patients who have had ACL surgeries

Congratulations to Dr. Tim Dwyer on passing his 3 year review and achieving a permanent position at the University of Toronto, Surgery, Division of Orthopedics.

Pictured with Dr. Jim Rutka and Dr. Peter Ferguson on December 13th 2017.

 

Shoppers Love You. Run for Women – UTOSM Team

Team UTOSM participated in the June 10th Shopper Love You. Run for Women’s 10K marathon. Our own fellow Dr. Ian Mayne took 1st place in the 10K run. Congratulations Ian!

For more information on this great cause click on the following link.

2017 Run for Women

Congratulations to Dr Timothy Leroux on joining the team…at UHN and UTOSM

Dr. Leroux specializes in the Upper extremity, including Shoulder and Elbow. He will be involved in trauma, reconstruction,and sports injuries.

Dr Paul Marks…inaugural Susanne and William Holland Chair in Sports Medicine Research

Dr. Paul Marks was named the inaugural Susanne and William Holland Chair in Sports Medicine Research at Sunnybrook. Paul has put forth an outstanding vision for sports medicine research and his Chair will be instrumental in bringing to fruition a sustainable, productive program at Sunnybrook with University-wide collaboration timage.asphrough UTOSM. This is a great honour and represents a career of devotion to Sports Medicine in its widest sense.

Supercar Sunday…second year! ..our photos coming soon…

Fantastic event thanks to Saturns Drives, Blacklist Rally, and BMW Toronto. Thanks to the Women’s College Hospital Foundation and their volunteers. And thanks to Dr Tim Dwyer for championing the event.  Supercar Sunday 2016

 

see the write up:

Globe and Mail

 

 

 

Another showstopper was this BMW i8 plug-in hybrid sports car on loan for the day to Dr. Tim Dwyer, Orthopedic Surgeon at Women’s College Hospital in Toronto. “We’ve come together to raise money for our research in Women’s College Hospital where we do sports surgery on pro-athletes and weekend warriors. The event keeps growing. More and more cars and more and more people are coming out,” he says, striking a pose in front of the i8. (Petrina Gentile for The Globe and Mail)

 

 

Even celebrities joined the cause. NHL alumni Mike Gartner was also on hand. “The way this event is unfolding in the second year, it can really make a difference,” says Gartner, who is a bigtime truck guy. He drives a Ford F-150 pickup, but his dream car is a vintage Ferrari Dino. “There are so many cool vehicles across all makes and models here it’s tough to pick my favorite,” he says. But this orange McLaren coupe suits him well. (Petrina Gentile for The Globe and Mail)