…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)
Committee Examiners: Mahan Kulasegaram (PhD), Charlotte Ringstead (PhD) and Brian Hodges (PhD and Clinical Scientist)
The successful completion of a PhD in any surgical discipline is never an easy process and one which requires incredible dedication.
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 of Toronto) and his Co-Investigators: Drs. McKee, Hall, Whelan, Nauth, Holtby and Dwyer for their study entitled: “Arthroscopic Repair vs. Latissimus Dorsi Tendon Transfer for Massive Rotator Cuff Tears: An Expertise-Based Randomized Controlled Trial”.
Superb lecture on concussions….ppt available on website…go to Education:rounds…
Great cases and excellent discussion. Thanks to Smith and Nephew for sponsorship.
Amazing day – super fun
Great Job by Tim Dwyer…and thanks to WCH foundation
We raised 30G for our research