The Medical Research Foundation is inviting applications from mid-career researchers who are making the transition to independence to support research that will increase understanding of the mechanisms underpinning pain, and improve diagnosis, treatment and pain recovery.
The BORS meeting will be held online as a virtual conference. The call for abstracts for the Annual Meeting is now open. The deadline for submission is 31st May 2021.
Mr Vikas Khanduja has been awarded a Hunterian Professorship (2021) by the Royal College of Surgeons of England and will be invited to give the annual Lecture, which will be titled:‘Evaluating the Role of Novel Technologies in Optimising Arthroscopic Management of Femoroacetabular Impingement’.
Dr Sarah Lindsay and Dr Krishnaa Mahbubani from The Department of Surgery have been awarded the NUS silver Green Impact and Labs-gold awards in their first year of entering. Their work included starting up initiatives such as a pen recycling collection point, removing plastic cups and Meatless Mondays.
Dr. Sam Hookway, studying for an MPhil in Medical Science (Surgery), was no.6 in the winning crew for last weekend’s Boat Race. photos: AllMarkOne
From Steel to stem cells: the future of orthopaedic surgery. A few photos of a very busy day explaining osteoarthritis through models, surgical procedures, research and children’s activities (venue: Cambridge Academy for Science & Technology).
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 University Lecturer & Orthopaedic Surgeon, Addenbrooke’s Hospital</p? More details
The Division of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery will host an event as part of the Science Festival on Sunday March 25th 2018 from 11am to 3pm. Full details
Three members of the Division presented at the European Orthopaedic Research Society Conference in Munich in September 2017. Francesca Beaton gave a talk in the Young Investigator session entitled: The influence of haematopoietic progenitors on mesenchymal populations in skeletal repair. Anna Albiero also gave a presentation, in the Bone and Cartilage Biology session entitled: Chondrocytes […]