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UTOSM Newsletter Nov 2021

Dr. Tim Dwyer to present UTOSM research at the 2021 Australian Orthopaedic Association

Our research is going global as Dr. Dwyer will attend the 2021 Australian Orthopaedic Association meeting this year and will present on the following four abstracts:
Use of an Artificial Intelligence System for Enhancing Post-Operative Recovery in Hip Arthroscopy Patients: A Quality Improvement Pilot Study
G Hoit, D Burns, J Higgins, T Dwyer, D Whelan, D Ogilvie-Harris, I Kiroplis, J ChahalInjection of Bone Marrow Aspirate (BMA) for Glenohumeral Joint Osteoarthritis: A Pilot Randomized Control Trial
T Dwyer, G Hoit, A Lee, E Watkins, P Henry, T Leroux, C Veillette, J Theodoropoulos, D Ogilvie-Harris, J Chahal0 versus 30 Degrees For Tibial Graft Fixation During Anatomic Single-bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction With Bone-patellar Tendon Bone Autograft – A Randomized Controlled Trial
J Chahal, D Whelan, J Theodoropoulos, G Hoit, P Ajrawat, M Betsch, S Doctor, T DwyerIncidence of graft-tunnel mismatch in anatomic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using bone-patella tendon-bone autograft.
T Dwyer, G Hoit, M Sellan, R Gopinath, D Whelan, J Theodoropoulos, J Chahal

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UTOSM Newsletter July 2021

Dr. Graeme Hoit awarded 2021 Vanier Scholarship!

These prestigious awards are given out to scholars across the country in various disciplines and are intended to support high quality doctoral thesis research. Graeme’s work is in the area of femoroacetabular impingement and is under the supervision of Jas Chahal. Congratulations Dr. Hoit!

Dr. Ujash Sheth and Dr. Danny Whelan win the Best Article in Orthopaedic Sports Traumatology Award in the JISAKOS best article competition!

Congratulations to Dr. Ujash Sheth and Dr. Danny Whelan!

The Journal of ISAKOS (JISAKOS) Editorial Board and the ISAKOS Board of Directors have awarded Dr. Sheth and Dr. Whelan with the Best Article in Orthopaedic Sports Traumatology Award for their article entitled Early Surgery of Multiligament Knee Injuries May Yield Better Results Than Delayed Surgery: A Systematic Review 

UTOSM Authors Win Two 2020 Arthroscopy Journal Awards!!

Congratulations to Dr. James Higgins and co-authors who won the 2020 Arthroscopy Best Resident/Fellow Article Award for their article “Conventional Follow-up Versus Mobile Application Home Monitoring for Postoperative Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial.”

An additional congratulations to Dr. Tim Dwyer and co-authors who won the 2020 Arthroscopy Journal Award for Systematic Review/Meta-analysis Research Excellence for their article “Operative Versus Nonoperative Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome: A Meta-analysis of Short-term Outcomes.”

Dr. Dwyer demonstrates surgical techniques for “Arthroscopic Shoulder Anterior Capsular Plication”

Click here to view on vumedi : Arthroscopic Shoulder Anterior Capsular Plication

The 2020 University of Toronto, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery Resident Research Day was a virtual hit!

“Please join us in congratulating our award recipients this year.  Dr. Amit Anand (supervised by Dr. Jihad Abouali) won the T. R. Sullivan Award for Best Overall Research Paper presentation for his work on ‘Perceptions and Attitudes towards post-operative pain and analgesia in Orthopaedics: Implications for the Development of a Patient-Centred Approach to post-operative Pain and Opiod Prescribing’.  Dr. Matthew Florczynski (supervised by Dr. Heather Baltzer) was the recipient of the Dr. Robin Richards Upper Extremity Research award for his work on ‘Factors associated with early and late digital revascularization and replantation failure’.  Drs. Aouod Agenor and Jason Lam also received honorable mention for their work on ‘Gut Microbiome Modulation and Fracture Healing’ and ‘The Achilles study on developing a novel measurement of ruptured tendoachilles as related to function’, respectively.”