About the Division
The Division of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery seeks to deliver excellence in research, teaching and training as it relates to the surgery of bones, joints and other structures relevant to movement.
The Division, lead by Prof Andrew McCaskie, forms part of the Department of Surgery. We aim to improve understanding of bone and joint problems and so develop treatments to relieve pain and restore function.
We adopt a translational approach, meaning that we seek advances in fundamental musculoskeletal sciences that apply to patient care in the operating theatre and clinic.
A partnership led by the Medical Research Council (MRC) has awarded the University of Cambridge £25 million to provide cutting-edge equipment and infrastructure for its clinical research. MRC funding will enable the creation of the Cambridge Single Cell Analysis Clinical Core Facility, a new shared core facility for single cell analysis that will serve all major molecular medicine programmes in Cambridge: cancer, neurosciences, immunity and inflammation, infectious diseases, stem cell and regenerative medicine, metabolic medicine and experimental therapeutics.
Dr. Sam Hookway, studying for an MPhil in Medical Science (Surgery), was no.6 in the winning crew for last weekend’s…
From Steel to stem cells: the future of orthopaedic surgery. A few photos of a very busy day explaining osteoarthritis…
Mr. Andrew Hotchen, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow, was in the winning Men’s 1st Badminton Team. photo: Cambridge University Badminton Club
Wednesday 6th March 2019 09:30-16:00 This free “closed course” is designed for experienced knee surgeons. Course Director: Mr. Stephen McDonnell…