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SRS: Scoliosis Research Society

Scoliosis Research Society

Dedicated to the optimal care of patients with spinal deformity

Award Host Sites

2018-2019

The award host sites below are in geographical order, west to east according to the Mercator map projection.

Children's Hospital Los Angeles:
Vernon Tolo, MD; David Skaggs, MD, MMM; Lindsay Andras, MD

Location:
4650 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, California USA 90027

Email:
vtolo@chla.usc.edu

Phone:
323-361-2693

Site Description:

Pediatric spine practice with approximately 250 spinal deformity surgical cases annually, with 4 fellowship-trained surgeons. Large clinic outpatient volume of pediatric spine patients, including brace treatment and scoliosis-specific exercises. Cervical spine conditions also treated.

Strong research support with 2 full-time research coordinators, statistics support, and manpower to assist in data gathering. We have 2 Fellows and 5 orthopaedic residents, as well as 7 PAs. Schedule of week activity will vary with interest - 5 OR days per week for spine cases, with 5 full days of outpatients in clinics primarily spine related conditions. Research support easily available if individual interested in pursuing research project.

Our hospital does not allow international visiting surgeons to scrub in to the procedure.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship

Scripps Clinic Medical Group:
Gregory M. Mundis Jr., MD; Burt Yaszay, MD

Location:
10666 N Torrey Pines Rd
San Diego, California USA 92037

Email:
gmundis1@gmail.com

Site Description:
Will include extensive exposure to adult and pediatric spinal deformity evaluation during clinic, operative planning and execution of this plan in the operating room. There will be a collaboration between Scripps Clinic and Rady Children's hospital with exposure to traditional open and minimally invasive spinal deformity techniques. Surgeons are allowed to scrub in but not operate. There will be exposure to the research infrastructure of both institutions. There are 2 spine conference per week and one journal club per month.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Edgar G. Dawson Fellowship
  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Rady Children's Hospital:
Peter Newton, MD; Burt Yaszay, MD; Salil Upsani, MD

Location:
3020 Children's Way, MC 5062
San Diego, California USA 92123

Email:
OrthoEdu@rchsd.org

Phone:
8589665822

Site Description:
Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego is a 524-bed pediatric care facility dedicated to excellence in care, research and teaching. We are the only hospital in the San Diego area dedicated exclusively to pediatric healthcare and the region’s only designated pediatric trauma center. In affiliation with the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, we are the region’s teaching hospital for the next generation of pediatric physicians, including residents and fellows. We are a major pediatric clinical research center with substantial research support available. We also collaborate with world-renowned institutions, including UC San Diego and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Our typical week’s activities include clinics 4 times a week, OR 4-5 days per week, our weekly morning conferences, and research opportunities for extended visits (minimum of 6 months).

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Edgar G. Dawson Fellowship
  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

University of Utah, Department of Orthopedics:
John T. Smith, MD; John A. Heflin, MD

Location:
Salt Lake City, Utah USA 84103

Email:
john.smith@hsc.utah.edu

Phone:
8018241946

Site Description:
Pediatric spinal deformity only. 2 Research coordinators. Fellows(2), Residents, PNP. OR's 4-5 days per week, 2 spines per day typically. 4 days clinic. We are unable to allow hand's on experience but allow observation in clinic and OR.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Helen DeVos Children's Hospital:
Jeffrey Cassidy, MD; Scott Russo, MD

Location:
35 Michigan St, NE
Grand Rapids, Michigan USA 49301

Phone:
6162672196

Fax:
6162672601

Site Description:
Spectrum Health is a large health delivery system in Western Michigan. Fellows would have to opportunity to gain exposure to pediatric spinal deformity, adult spine, or a combination of both. There is a robust research department with coordinators and statisticians available for research support. The pediatric practice has two residents and 5 APP's. The adult practice has one resident and one APP. Weeks can be flexible with at least 2-3 days in the OR, 1-2 days in clinic and one day of research, if so desired. Hands-on experience is allowed based on proper privileging and credentialing.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Edgar G. Dawson Fellowship
  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship

The University of Toronto Spine Program:
Michael Fehlings, MD, PhD, FRCSC FACS; Stephen Lewis, MD, MSc, FRCSC; Reinhard Zeller, MD, FRCSC; David Lebel, MD, PhD

Location:
149 College Street
Toronto, Ontario Canada M5T 1P5

Phone:
4169788468

Site Description:

The University of Toronto (U of T) Spine Program is one of the world’s largest spine units and is widely respected for a high level of clinical, research and educational excellence. Our unit has trained over 200 fellows from around the world and has a major focus in complex pediatric and adult spine deformity surgery. Our comprehensive and integrated multidisciplinary program combines outstanding expertise in Orthopedic surgery and Neurosurgery with non-operative disciplines drawn from a broad spectrum of specialties. Our program is staffed with senior active SRS members including: Professor Michael G. Fehlings MD PhD FRCSC FACS from the Toronto Western Hospital (TWH); Dr Stephen Lewis MD MSc FRCSC from TWH and SickKids Hospital; and Dr Reinhard Zeller MD, MSc, FRCSC and our young and active SRS member David Lebel MD, PhD, FRCSC from SickKids Hospital. Our Program Co-Directors are Dr Michael Fehlings (Professor of Neurosurgery) and Dr Albert Yee (Professor of Orthopedic Surgery).

Over many years we were pleased to have hosted multiple traveling fellowships form multiple societies including the Scoliosis Research Society and The Cervical Spine Research Society. In 2016 we were ranked the top host site of excellence in hosting and providing outstanding academic and clinical and fun programs. The SRS traveling fellows we host each year are offered an exposure to a unique clinical practice and administrative experience with a broad range of complex deformity procedures in the adult and aging spine, as well as in the full spectrum of pediatric spine disorders. The traveling fellows will also enjoy the opportunity to learn about advanced techniques to minimize perioperative neurological risk in high risk spinal deformity. There are several pediatric and adult scoliosis clinical trials and research projects. They will learn and discuss the current advances in scoliosis surgery and they will have the opportunity to meet and hear some of the current spine fellows’ presentations on clinical and research projects being in progress at the U of T Spine Program. The visiting fellows will also have the opportunity to develop and build on future collaborations for various research projects and participation in the trials. They will also be provided with a fun program packed with networking opportunities with our city-wide spine community of staff, fellows and residents.

Finally, the fellows will have a varied and stimulating academic and clinical schedule at the other affiliated hospitals; Saint Michael’s Hospital and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center and be toured  at the University health complex to  learn about the scoliosis care at these centres and participate in our citywide CME accredited Spine Rounds and Journal Clubs.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Edgar G. Dawson Fellowship
  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Och Spine Hospital at Columbia University:
Lawrence Lenke, MD; Ronald Lehman, MD; Michael Vitale, MD; Peter Angevine, MD; Mark Weidenbaum, MD; Jay Kim, MD

Location:
5141 Broadway
New York, New York USA 10034

Email:
ll2989@cumc.columbia.edu

Phone:
2129325082

Site Description:
We have a comprehensive and unified practice that includes multiple senior SRS members. Our combined clinical care involves treating all forms of spinal deformity in both children and adults from common problems to the most exotic and complex. We also have a mature clinical research program that includes a Research administrator and several research coordinators handling well over 100 active research IRB's/studies on-going. We have an extensive educational and conference program in place for all those surgeons who visit us. We have 5 Spine and Spinal Deformity Fellows and several residents on service at any one time. Surgery is performed 5 days/week in multiple Spine OR's. There are weekly indications conference, a spinal deformity conference, and then journal club and didactic lectures given by spine attendings nearly every week. Surgeons can view surgery in the Operating room or in a specially designed Surgical Viewing Conference Room where multiple surgeries are streamed live into the room onto monitors which give multiple views from the OR lights, Headlight, and even operating microscope. Visitors are not allowed to scrub into surgery.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Edgar G. Dawson Fellowship
  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Bordeaux Pellegrin Hospital Spine Unit 1:
Vital Jean-Marc, MD, PhD; Ibrahim Obeid, MD

Location:
Bordeaux, France 33000

Email:
Ibrahim.obeid@gmail.com

Phone:
+33699739157

Site Description:

We do around 2000 spine surgery a year including 200 adult and pediatric spinal deformities. We are a part of the European spine study group ESSG , we are doing many researches in spinal deformity domain. All spinal deformities are operated on Monday and Tuesday, out patient clinic on Wednesday and Thursday, and Friday is for research.

Hands-on is possible after senior acceptance (Obeid, Vital, Gille).

For visa for more than 3 months of stay you need to prepare Administrative paper 4 months before.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Edgar G. Dawson Fellowship
  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Hospital Vall Hebron:
Ferran Pellise, MD, PhD

Location:
Passeig Vall Hebron 119-129
Barcelona, Spain 08035

Email:
albavilacasademunt@gmail.com

Phone:
934893000

Site Description:

  • Pediatric and Adult spine deformity
  • Research support includes 4 coordinators and statistician support
  • Clinical Team: 6 spine surgeons, 2-3 residents and 1-2 fellows.
  • Typical week activity: 8 OR per week, 2-3 deformity cases/week. 2 clinics (adult and paediatric)/week
  • Hands-on experience possible, but not always allowed

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Necker Hospital:
Lotfi Miladi, MD

Location:
149 Rue de Sevres
Paris, France 75015

Email:
aurore.clair@aphp.fr

Phone:
0033171196427

Fax:
0033144381522

Site Description:
Team of 4 spinal surgeons in a pediatrics orthopedic department. We work with a clinical research inside the hospital and outside with a biomechanical laboratory. a statistician specialist is available at our institution. We are more than 10 senior practitioners, 8 residents and 1 or 2 fellows. There is daily 2 operation theaters, spinal surgery is done Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Spinal deformities clinic are Tuesday and Thursday. Our department allows hands-on experience.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery, University Medical Center Utrecht:
Rene M. Castelein, MD, PhD

Location:
Heidelberglaan 100
Utrecht, The Netherlands 3584 CX

Email:
r.m.castelein@umcutrecht.nl

Phone:
+31 88 7558327

Site Description:
Large spine center with spine oncology, trauma, and deformities. Both paediatrics and adult, mostly complex cases with an emphasis in deformity on neuromuscular and early onset. Trauma mostly as part of a large level 1 trauma center. Oncology as part of our onco center function including radiotherapy. Large research department with many publications and PhD Thesis on spine trauma, oncology and (etiolated-pathogenesis of) idiopathic scoliosis and growing spine.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Medical University of Bialystok, The Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Pediatric Orthopedic:
Pawel Grabala, MD

Location:
Waszyngtona 17
Bialystok, Poland 15-274

Email:
pgrabala@wp.pl

Phone:
+48787111100

Site Description:

  • 3-days OR/week, 2 days of clinic/week
  • pediatric deformities surgery from 2-year old to 18 years old
  • all corrections techniques: ASF, PSF, Shilla, Magec, GGS, other
  • Residents, fellows

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Edgar G. Dawson Fellowship
  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship

Istanbul Spine Center:
Azmi Hamzaoglu, MD

Location:
Istanbul Florence Nightingale Hospital
Abide-i Hurriyet Cad. No:166 Sisli
Istanbul, Turkey 34381

Email:
hamzaoglua@gmail.com

Phone:
+905327308888

Site Description:
Both adult and pediatric deformities (including cervical, dorsal and lumbar spine) are  performed at Istanbul Spine Center. Research support is available. We have a dedicated research coordinator and archivist for research support. Digital archieve is open for fellows for research activities. We operate for days a week (Monday to Thursday) routinely, two days for outpatient clinic (Friday and Saturday). Fellows are allowed to scrap and observe surgeries actively.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Acibadem Mehmet Ali Aydinlar University Comprehensive Spine Center at Maslak Hospital:
Ahmet Alanay, MD

Location:
Buyukdere Cad No 40
Istanbul, Turkey 34457

Email:
caglaryilgor@gmail.com

Phone:
05370474242

Site Description:

The Comprehensive Spine Center is a specialized center for education and research related to the comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of spine problems. Spinal surgery includes a big variety of pathologies including cervical, thoracic and lumbar disorders of deformity, trauma, degenerative conditions, tumors and infections. Deformity cases are 70% of the practice. Both pediatrics and adult cases are performed pediatric cases composing 60% of the practice.

A clinical Research Coordinator is available who is responsible for maintaining required clinical data and assisting in every single step from planning to preparing the clinical study, scientific presentations and lectures. A statistician and a bioinformatics team are available. The clinical team and support consisted of 3 consulting surgeons and a clinical fellow, a nurse coordinator, and a nurse navigator. International fellows and visitors are allowed to scrub in.

A typical week's activities included 2 days in the clinic, 4 days in the operating room, and a half day dedicated to research and related activities.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

All India Institute of Medical Sciences:
Bhavuk Garg, MS, MRCS, FACS

Location:
Department of Orthopedics, 5th Floor
New Delhi, Delhi, India 110029

Email:
drbhavukgarg@gmail.com

Phone:
9899558021

Site Description:
AIIMS is the largest and apex most academic hospital in India and has the largest running scoliosis clinic in the country. We have a full research team and clinical support. Every week we have 3 days clinic and 3 days OR. Every OR day there is at least one deformity posted for surgery. Every Thursday we have deformity clinic where we register at least 25-30 new cases and double the number of follow-ups. Every outpatient day, we see ~200-250 spine patients. AIIMS is centrally located in Delhi and is well connected with all modes of transportation.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

University Spine Centre, National University Hospital:
Wong Hee Kit, MD; Gabriel Liu, FRCS(Orth), MSC

Location:
5 Lower Kent Ridge Road, Kent Ridge Wing 2, Level 3
Singapore, Singapore 119074

Email:
doswhk@nus.edu.sg
gabriel_liu@nuhs.edu.sg

Site Description:

Our NUH University Spine Centre provides clinical spine deformity practice in both adults and children. The centre does about 800 spine procedures per year whereby the estimated breakdown is as follows:

  • 240 Paediatrics Scoliosis (30%)
  • 160 Adult Scoliosis/Spinal Deformity (20%)
  • 80 Spinal Metastases/Infections/Spinal Trauma (10%)
  • 160 Lumbar Degenerative Diseases (20%)
  • 160 Cervical Degenerative Diseases (20%)

Specialised surgery techniques include:

  1. Thoracoscopic Instrumentation
  2. Minimally Invasive Instrumentation (MIS) Techniques
  3. Surgical Navigation
  4. High Cervical Spine Surgery
  5. Cervical Artificial Disc Replacement Surgery
  6. Hybrid Laminoplasty Techniques
  7. Lateral Approach MIS Lumbar Interbody Fusion

Our Spine team consists Prof Wong Hee Kit, A/Prof Gabriel Liu, A/Prof Naresh Kumar, A/Prof Joseph Thambiah, Dr Lau Leok Lim, Dr Dennis Hey Hwee Weng and Dr John Ruiz with support from residents and fellows as well. Generally, a typical week's activities for the surgeons are 2.5 days in OT, 2 days in outpatient clinics and half a day reserved for research purpose. Research support are readily available in our centre where we have Ms Chua Soo Min as our research coordinator and National University of Singapore to provide statistician support when necessary.

Hands-on experience in fellowships would be allowed depending on duration of fellowship and relevant authorities (Singapore Medical Council and Ministry of Manpower, Singapore) approvals. Otherwise, we also offer observational attachments as well.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Edgar G. Dawson Fellowship
  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Sarawak General Hospital:
Chung Chek Wong, MD

Location:
Hospital Road
Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia 93586

Email:
spinewong@gmail.com

Phone:
+6082276666

Site Description:

Tertiary referral centre for East Malaysia. Both pediatric and adult degenerative spinal deformity. About 100 cases a year. Research support from hospital Clinical Research Centre with ethical committee and statistician service.

Training centre for the 3 years Malaysian orthopaedic spine subspecialty program. Many short term fellowships ranging from 2 weeks to 3 months. Monday & Thursday elective surgeries, Tuesday & Wednesday visiting spine clinic and research meetings. Friday Clinic & teaching.

Hands-on experience is encouraged.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Hong Kong University Shenzhen Hospital:
Aaron Feng Zhu, MD

Location:
1 Haiyuan Road
Shenzhen, China

Email:
penghl@hku-szh.org

Site Description:

  • 30-40 spinal deformities surgeries including paediatrics and adults.
  • Surgical volume about 350 surgeries in total.
  • The clinical service inclined trauma, degeneration, deformity, tumor and infection cases.
  • We got residents and Orthopaedics trainees in our department.
  • Three OT days for visitors and Two days clinics.
  • Routinely pre-op conference with HK colleagues every Friday.
  • Local host have hand on teaching and cadaver workshop experience.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship

The University of Hong Kong:
Kenneth Cheung, MD; Yat Wa Wong, MD; Kenny Kwan, BMBCh(Oxon), FRCSEd; Jason Cheung, MBBS (HK)

Location:
5/F Professorial Block, Queen Mary Hospital, 102 Pokfulam Road
Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Email:
cheungym@ha.org.hk

Site Description:

  • Deformity practice: Paediatrics 50% of workload, Adult: 20%.
  • Research support: Hong Kong has participated in a number of multi centre studies and well-staffed with research assistants, coordinators, and have good relationship with our laboratory and basic scientists.
  • Clinical team: Our spinal unit consists of 5 spinal surgeons, 2 fellows and 2 residents. We also receive regular observers and fellows on a short-term basis throughout the year.
  • Typical week: We have 4 whole day operating lists each week, plus emergencies in the acute hospital. We run 2 scoliosis clinics, 1 spine sub specialist clinic, and 1 general back clinic every week. The rest of the time is spent between academic grand rounds, departmental case conferences, pre-operative meeting and research.
  • Hands-on experience: Scrubbing on table maybe allowed occasionally.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Chinese PLA General Hospital (301 Hospital):
Yan Wang, MD

Location:
No.28 Fuxing Road
Beijing, China 100853

Email:
yanwang301@163.com

Phone:
861088219862

Fax:
861088219862

Site Description:

  • Clinical team and support available - residents, fellows, etc.
  • The typical week's activities - time spent in clinic, operating room, doing research, etc.
  • Do you allow hands-on experience? Yes

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Edgar G. Dawson Fellowship
  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Peking Union Medical College Hospital:
Jianxiong Shen, MD

Location:
Dongcheng district, shuai fu yuan No.1#
Beijing, China 100730

Email:
sjxpumch@yahoo.com

Site Description:

Peking Union Medical College Hospital (PUMCH) is a Class A tertiary comprehensive hospital committed to delivering state-of-the-art clinical care, innovative scientific research and rigorous medical education. PUMCH was founded by the Rockefeller Foundation in 1921. From the very beginning, it was intended to be built into the "best Medical Center in Asia".

PUMCH is also the first site actively attend SRS, as Prof. Guixing Qiu, who put forward AIS PUMC classification, Prof. Yipeng Wang, Prof. Jianguo Zhang and Prof. Jianxiong Shen. PUMCH is one of the biggest spine deformity center in China both in pediatrics and adult. In addition, some young doctors have become traveling fellows of SRS and total clinical team has potent to proceed the activities. Every Thursday is an educational day in a week for case discussion and research report and rest of working day will focus on operation. Most time in weekend will perform research. We allow hands-on experience for most doctors.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship

Drum Tower Hospital:
Yong Qiu, MD

Location:
Zhongshan Road 321
Nanjing, China

Email:
hcrawford@abjs.co.nz

Phone:
02583304616-12101

Site Description:

  • More than 600 scoliosis surgeries per year, covering pediatric and adult.
  • More than 500 bracing case on way.
  • Fine operating teams and 5 operating rooms.
  • Qualified, basic research team with independent lab.
  • Hands-on experience: Yes, we do.

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship

Starship Children's Hospital:
Haemish Crawford, FRACS; Ant Field, FRACS; John Ferguson, FRACS; Michael Barnes, MD

Location:
2 park Road
Auckland, New Zealand 1023

Email:
hcrawford@abjs.co.nz

Phone:
006421321351

Fax:
006495209636

Site Description:

  • Busy Paediatric Spinal Department in a general paediatric orthopaedic department.
  • 3 days of paediatric spinal deformity surgery each week. 3 x paediatric spinal clinics, one X-ray meeting and pre op planning session.
  • spinal research assistant. Members of SRS, GSSG,Cervical SSG. Hands on difficult - need to get temp medical registration

Preferred Fellowship(s):

  • Eduardo R. Luque Memorial as a Fellowship
  • Global Outreach Visiting Fellowship
  • Robert B. Winter Fellowship
  • OrthoPediatrics International Pediatric Spine Fellowship
  • Asia Pacific Fellowship