Creating a global atlas of the musculoskeletal system
Arthritis Botnar Orthopaedics and trauma Statistics and epidemiology
Our research aims to improve people's health and wellbeing by making the most efficient use of health and social care resources. To achieve this, we use real-world data and mathematical models to evaluate the costs and consequences of applying different interventions over a period of time, often the entire lifetime of patients.
This trial aims to compare two treatment methods that are currently standard care for treating wrist fractures. There are a large number of wrist fractures every year in the UK and by comparing the clinical and cost effectiveness of the treatments, this could help save money for the NHS.
Arthritis Botnar Hand
Ecological Momentary Computerised Adaptive Testing
The HAWAII Feasibility Study: A multi-centre randomised feasibility study to determine the key indicators of feasibility for a definitive trial of antimicrobial sutures versus standard sutures in hand and wrist trauma surgery in adults aged 18 years old and over.
Botnar CSM Statistics and epidemiology
Work in the Cribbs lab focuses on developing novel single-cell technology and computational analysis frameworks that empower new modes of treatment for disease.
We develop biomaterials and dynamic bioreactor systems for soft tissue repair applications.
Botnar SITU Trials
CPinBOSS - Cerebral Palsy in the British Orthopaedic Surgery Surveillance Study
Botnar Inflammation biology Orthopaedics and trauma Tissue remodelling and regeneration
The Dakin Group undertakes translational research focusing on identifying the cellular and molecular basis of inflammatory fibrotic soft tissue joint diseases, with research programmes on tendinopathy and arthrofibrosis. Understanding the cellular and molecular basis of these diseases will inform new therapeutic approaches targeting tissue resident stromal cells of the joint, to promote resolution of inflammatory fibrotic disease.
A novel electrospun patch to augment rotator cuff tendon repair
We are a collaborative group of academic researchers, therapists, physicians, and surgeons, who work together to understand the epidemiology, pathogenesis, and clinical impact of common hand conditions. Our ultimate aim is to improve the care of patients with hand and wrist problems.
Risk-benefit and costs of unicompartmental (compared to total) knee replacement for patients with multiple co-morbidities: a non-randomised study, and different novel approaches to minimise confounding.
Managing Avascular Necrosis Treatments : An Interventional Study
Patch Augmented Rotator Cuff Surgery Study – A Feasibility Study
Oxford Bayer Healthcare Collaborative Research Alliance on Women's Health
Scaling up Safe Surgery for District and Rural Populations in Africa
Study of Peri-Articular Anaesthetic for Replacement of the Knee