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Leading research scientist focusing on musculoskeletal development and regeneration joins the Carroll Laboratories for Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University.
Source:Columbia Orthopedics CME
6.23.21 @ 6:30 pm EST – Join us for an update on the latest advances in pediatric lower extremity care.
Associate Director of the Carroll Laboratories for Orthopedic Surgery honored by Columbia University for groundbreaking research in intervertebral disc disease.
Source:Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
The study, by William N. Levine, MD, demonstrates the importance of mentorship in orthopaedics, provides a framework for mentors, and guides medical students in expanding their networks.
- 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:PatchJuly 9, 2019
Noa Hankin had two surgeries 12 years apart to fix her scoliosis. The condition didn't stop her from criscrossing Europe this spring.
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.
Source:WiredJune 13, 2019
Dr. J. Turner Vosseller discusses how and why the Achilles tendon ruptures, and the latest research-supported treatment options.
- 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.
- June 1, 2019
Christen M. Russo, MD was awarded the POSNA Research Award for her work on promoting bone health.
- May 24, 2019
Fourth year residents from the class of 2020 have successfully matched with prestigious fellowship programs across the country.
Source:Healio / OrthopedicsTodayMay 23, 2019
Study finds canal-sparing total shoulder arthroplasty system using multi-planar osteotomy may restore proximal humeral anatomy with improved accuracy and precision compared to a stemmed system