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NDORMS

Our overall focus is on the development and evaluation of surgical therapies for diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system. The department houses one of the largest groups of academic surgeons globally. Our broad research portfolio includes:

RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIALS OF SURGERY

Royal College of Surgeons Surgery and Interventions Trials Unit (co-director Beard)

Total or Partial Knee Replacement TOPKAT NIHR HTA (Beard)

Can Shoulder Arthroscopy Work CSAW Trial Arthritis Research UK (Beard and Carr)

Femoroacetabular Impingement Trial FAIT (Glyn-Jones)

Bioyarn Trial Wellcome Trust HICF (Carr)

Biopatch Trial NIHR invention for innovation i4i (Carr)

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery Necessity in non acute patients ACL SNNAP NIHR HTA (Beard)

Nail bed injury treatment trial NINJA (Jain)

TISSUE ENGINEERING AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

Promotion of endogenous repair processes (Carr group)

PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES SCORES

Development of Decision Aids for Knee Surgery (Price group)

ADOPTION AND DIFFUSION OF EVIDENCE

Changing surgeons behavior (Wright group)

UNICOMPARTMENTAL JOINT REPLACEMENT

The Oxford Knee (Murray group)

ORTHOPAEDIC SIMULATION AND EDUCATION

Improving surgical performance using simulation and monitoring (Rees group)

OSTEOARTHRITIS

Causes and treatment of the early OA of the Hip (Glyn-Jones group)

Cause and treatment of early OA of the Knee (Price group)

DUPUYTRENS DISEASE AND FIBROSIS

Genetics and epidemiology (Furniss group)

Mechanisms of fibrosis (Nanchahal group in the Kennedy Institute)

GLOBAL SURGERY

Improving training and delivery of global orthopaedic care (Lavy group)

TENDON AND LIGAMENT DISEASE

Mechanisms of inflammation, healing and fibrosis in tendon and bone (Carr group)



Groups within this theme