Darrick Lo's interests in orthopaedics began at Cornell University under the guide of Professors Donald Bartel and Jeremy Rawlinson. Within a joint partnership program, Darrick served as a research assistant at the Hospital for Special Surgery as an undergraduate. After completing his Masters Degree in Cornell Engineering, he returned to HSS to continue a full-time career as a Design Engineer in the Department of Biomechanics. Since then, Darrick has helped integrate finite element analysis into the Device Development program, successfully completed the development of a unicondylar knee prosthesis and a posterior stabilizing spine implant system, and is an inventor of several patented medical devices.
Dan Chen, Mark Figgie, Robert Hotchkiss, Darrick Lo, Timothy Wright. Analyse von Entwicklungsziel und Performance bekannter Ellenbogenprothesendesigns. AE-Manual der Endoprothetik 2013.
Eduardo M. Suero, Musa Citak, Darrick Lo, Aaron J. Krych, Edward V. Craig, Andrew D. Pearle. Use of a custom alignment guide to improve glenoid component position in total shoulder arthroplasty. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy. December 2013, Volume 21, Issue 12, pp 2860-2866
Darrick Lo; Joseph Lipman; Jonathan Vigdorchik. Finite Element and Retrieval Analysis of an Anti-Protrusio Cage. ORS 2014 Poster.
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