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The Medical Sciences Division has conferred the title of Associate Professor to four senior researchers at NDORMS, as well as one title of University Research Lecturer.

The Medical Sciences Division has conferred the title of Associate Professor to four senior researchers at NDORMS, as well as one title of University Research Lecturer.

All our nominations have been successful – recognition of the department’s excellence in research and teaching – and our congratulations go to:

Abhilash Jain, Associate Professor
Associate Professor at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology and Honorary Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Daniel Prieto-Alhambra, Associate Professor
NIHR Clinician Scientist and academic GP with expertise in the use of ‘big health data’ (electronic medical records, registry data, etc) for musculoskeletal epidemiology, pharmaco-epidemiology, and device safety

Hemant Pandit, Associate Professor
Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in hip and knee surgery with research focus on patient-based studies and biomechanics especially in the context of unicompartmental knee replacement and metal on metal hips.

Karen Barker, Associate Professor
Clinical Director for Musculoskeletal Services at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre & Professional lead / Director of therapy Research

Sally Hopewell, University Research Lecturer
Senior Research Fellow in Clinical Trials at the Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit (OCTRU) with research expertise in the design, conduct and reporting of systematic reviews and randomized trials

Head of NDORMS, Professor Andrew Carr commented: “These titles of distinction are justly deserved and recognise a significant and sustained contribution to research by all concerned. I am delighted to be able to pass my personal congratulations".

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