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Anne Lübbeke-Wolff

MD, MSc, DSc


Visiting Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

  • Assistant Professor, Division of Orthopaedics and Trauma Surgery, Geneva University Hospitals and Geneva University, Switzerland

Anne Lübbeke-Wolff is a clinical researcher and epidemiologist in the field of orthopaedic surgery. She is nationally and internationally recognized for her expertise in hip and knee arthroplasty outcomes, registry research and device epidemiology. Further work includes the impact of obesity on osteoarthritis and joint replacement as well as the use of patient-reported outcomes in registries. She has a longstanding experience with registries from her work with the Geneva Arthroplasty Registry (development and lead) since 2000 and the Swiss National Joint Registry (SIRIS) since 2016. In January 2018 she was appointed director of the scientific board.

Anne Lübbeke-Wolff was educated in Marburg, Germany, where she graduated as a doctor of medicine in 1993. After two years of training in orthopaedic surgery she moved to clinical research and completed her education with a master's degree in epidemiology (Harvard School of Public Health, 2005) and a doctor of science degree in clinical epidemiology (Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2007). She obtained the title of privat-docent at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva in 2013 and was appointed assistant professor in 2017. Since March 2018 she holds a visiting professorship of orthopaedic surgery at the University of Oxford.

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