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Orthopedic Soft Tissue Research Program

Restoring the function of injured orthopedic soft tissues to their native state.

We are a team of clinicians, scientists, and engineers who carry out research on the health and function of joints and surrounding tissues. Our research relates to the mechanisms of joint injuries commonly seen in active individuals, including injury to articular cartilage, tendon, ligament, meniscus, and intervertebral disc. We are developing targeted approaches that promote more robust and consistent tissue repair to restore joint mobility and prevent degeneration.

 

Recent News

  • A 5-year NIH grant was awarded to Dr. Scott Rodeo and Dr. Suzanne Maher: "Effect of Partial meniscectomy on Joint Mechanics and Tissue Response". This grant represents a collaboration across surgery, engineering, radiology and imaging and statistics. The Co-investigators at HSS are: Dr. Hollis Potter, Dr. Russell Warren, Dr. Matthew Koff
  • Dr. Scott Rodeo was appointed as the Vice Chair of Orthopaedic Research at HSS.
  • Dr. Scott Rodeo received FDA approval for IND for first-in-man use of gene-modified endothelial cells for rotator cuff repair (Phase I clinical study): “A Phase 1 Open-Label, Single-Center Investigator Initiated Trial (IIT) of E-CEL UVEC® cells as an Adjunct Cell Therapy for the Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in Adults”.
  • 2019 Neer Award from American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Society was awarded to Dr. Scott Rodeo and his team – study title: “Muscle-Derived Activated Endothelial Cells as A New Cell Source to Enhance Tendon-To-Bone Healing: In Vivo Study In A Murine Rotator Cuff Repair Model”.
  • Dr. Russell Warren was honored at the HSS 2018 Autumn Benefit.
  • Dr. Jo Hannafin was honored at the Row New York 2018 Autumn Benefit .
     

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