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Andrew Price

BA MBB (Ch) FRCS, FRCS (Trauma & Orthopaedics), DPhil

Professor of Orthopaedics Surgery

  • Clinical Director T&O, NOC
  • Consultant Knee Surgeon, NOC
  • Senior Clinical Research Fellow

Professor Andrew Price studied medicine at the University of Cambridge (Gonville and Caius College) before completing his clinical studies at St.Thomas' Hospital in London. For his Orthopaedic training he joined the Oxford training programme in 1997, becoming a Clinical Lecturer in NDORMS in 2001.

He was awarded a DPhil in 2003 through the University of Oxford (Worcester College), studying the Oxford partial knee replacement. He then completed a year of specialist Knee Fellowship training in Melbourne, returning to NDORMs and the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in 2004, where he was subsequently appointed Reader and Honorary Consultant in Knee Surgery.

In 2011, through the University of Oxford Recognition of Distinction exercise, he was made a Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at NDORMS. His clinical work as a Consultant Knee Surgeon is based at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, where he has recently been appointed to Clinical Director T&O. His research is based in NDORMS at the Botnar Centre, where he Leads the Knee Research Group.

Andrew is Fellow of Worcester College (Tutor for Graduate Entry Medical Studies), a member of the British Orthopaedic Association, member of the UK National Joint Registry Steering Committee and Past President of the British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK)

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