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The SRS 54th Annual Meeting, held from September 18-21 in Montréal, Canada, features lectures, presentations, and research from Columbia Orthopedics faculty and residents.
Dr. David Trofa, former resident in the department, returns to Columbia Orthopedics as an attending faculty member, joining the shoulder, elbow & sports medicine division.
Nadeen Chahine, PhD will become the Associate Director of the Carroll Laboratories as a result of her contributions to the lab and department over the past year.
- August 15, 2019
Charles Jobin, MD serves as Course Director for GME National Residents Course held in Illinois.
- August 12, 2019
Christopher Ahmad, MD, to chair an upcoming course on soccer medicine that addresses issues in medical treatment, surgical treatment, and more.
Source:SNYAugust 7, 2019
Dr. J. Turner Vosseller discusses Brooklyn Nets' Kevin Durant's achilles injury and what fans should expect upon Durant's return to the court.
- August 2, 2019
Michael Vitale, MD, published a book on spine surgery safety for spine surgeons and other healthcare professionals titled “Safety in Spine Surgery: Transforming Patient Care and Optimizing Outcomes.”
- July 30, 2019
NewYork-Presbyterian & Columbia Orthopedics ranked among the top adult and pediatric orthopedics programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
Source:This Week OrthopedicsJuly 5, 2019
Columbia Orthopedics provider Charles M. Jobin, MD, participated in the Orthopaedic Crossfire debate that was part of the 19th Annual Current Concepts in Joint Replacement's spring meeting.
- June 11, 2019
Columbia Orthopedics providers, Dr. Thomas Bottiglieri and Dr. Charles Popkin ran a CME course titled "The Current Concepts in Football Sideline Management" on June 11th.
- August 8, 2018
Dr. Lauren Redler received the Lance Peters, MD Memorial Biomechanics Award for research conducted during her fellowship training at HSS.
- July 16, 2018
Dr. Lawrence Lenke and team won the Thomas Whitecloud Award at IMAST for their paper "The Relative Curve Correction is More Important than UIV Selection for Shoulder Balance in Lenke Type 1 and 2 AIS"