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Dzenita Muratovic is a Bone and Osteoarthritis researcher at the University of Adelaide and received the New Investigator Award at the ECTS 2021 virtual meeting which was held on 6th to 8th of May 2021.
Congratulations to Jonghoo Sung, University of Adelaide and student of A/Prof Peter Smitham for his work An Unbiased Gene Expression Analysis of the Delayed Fracture Healing Observed in Zucker Diabetic Fatty (ZDF) Rats.
New paper by Thomas Grace - a semiautomated method to measure osteolytic lesion volume and bone mineral density
A paper describing a new semiautomated method to measure osteolytic lesion volume and bone mineral density within regions of interest of the acetabulum using CT segmentation
Congratulations to Professor Bogdan Solomon for being a Finalist in the Premier's Excellence Awards 2021
This new publication found significant relationships between bone mineral density in the knee and joint loading in healthy people. This was a result of Andrew Waters' honor project in 2020.
The Australian Orthopaedic Association held its Annual Scientific Meeting on Friday 12th of February at the Women's and Children's Hospital, which was livestreamed.
The Department of Orthopaedics and Trauma has been named as a finalist for the Revision Arthroplasty Translational Research Program at the SA Health Awards held on 12th of February 2021.
Check out this new manuscript in Injury that discusses 3D modelling of tibial plateau fractures.
Congratulations Peter Smitham for receiving Excellence in Teaching Award for 2020 at Executive Dean Awards
The Executive Dean's Awards was held On Thursday 4 February 2021 by the University of Adelaide. Congratulations to Clinical Associate Professor Peter Smitham from the Royal Adelaide Hospital who received the award for Titleholder/Affiliate award for Teaching excellence in 2020 at Adelaide Medical School.
Cyclists are their own worst enemy on the roads, inflicting most of their injuries through their own bad behaviour, a Royal Adelaide Hospital study has found.