Dr. Aaron Daluiski is a clinician-scientist specializing in adult and pediatric hand and upper extremity surgery. He received his medical degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, and completed his clinical training in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at UCLA. Dr. Daluiski has also completed a research fellowship concentrating on the molecular aspects of limb development and bone biology. He has completed the Hand and Upper Extremity clinical fellowship at Hospital for Special Surgery. His current research interests include the isolation and study of genes involved with fracture healing and limb development.
Associate Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery
Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopaedic Surgery, Weill Cornell Medical College
Associate Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Adult and Pediatric:
Hand, wrist, and elbow disorders
Fractures of the upper extremity
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Arthritis of the upper extremity
Amniotic band syndrome
Radial club hand
Brachial plexus birth palsy
Burn injuries in children's hands
Castle Connolly America's Top Doctors, 2016-2020
Castle Connolly Top Doctors in New York Metro Area, 2014-2020
New York Magazine Top Doctors, 2013-2020
Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honors Society
Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Honors Society
UCLA School of Medicine Stafford L. Warren Medal (Outstanding Academic Achievement)
UCLA School of Medicine Hewlett-Packard Award for Top Medical Graduate
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
American Society for Surgery of the Hand
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MD, UCLA Medical School, Los Angeles, California
UCLA, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Los Angeles, California
UCLA, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Research Fellowship, Los Angeles, California
Hospital for Special Surgery, Hand and Microvascular Surgery Fellowship, New York
Board Certified, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery 2005
Reviewer; Clinical Orthopedics and Related Research
Reviewer; Journal of Orthopedic Research
Liu SH, Daluiski A, Kabo JM. (1995) The effects of thigh soft-tissue stiffness on the control of anterior tibial displacement by functional knee orthoses. J. Rehab. Res. Devel. 32 (2): 135-140
Daluiski A, Seeger LL, Doberneck SA, Finerman GAM, Eckardt JJ. (1995) A case of juxta-articular myxoma of the knee. Skel. Rad. 24: 389-391.
Daluiski A, Rahbar B, Meals RA. (1997) Russell’s Sign; subtle hand changes in patients with bulimia nervosa. Clin. Ortho. Rel. Res. 343: 107-109.
Daluiski A, Kuhns CA, Jackson KR, Lieberman JR. (1998) Publication rate of abstracts presented at the annual meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. J. Orthopaedic Res. 16 (6): 645-649
Lieberman JR, Daluiski A, Stevenson S, Wu L, McAllister P, Lee Y, Kabo JM, Finerman GAM, Berk AJ, Witte ON. (1999) The effect of regional gene therapy with Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2 producing bone marrow cells on the repair of segmental femoral defects in rats. JBJS 81 (7): 905-917.
Jackson, K.R., Daluiski, A., and Kay, R.M. (2000) Publication rate of abstracts presented at the annual meeting of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America. J. Ped. Ortho 20 (1): 2-6.
Engstrand, T., Daluiski, A., Bahamonde, M., Melhus, H., and Lyons, K.M. (2000) Transient production of bone morphogenetic protein 2 by allogeneic transplanted transduced cells induces bone formation. Human Gene Therapy 11(1): 205-11.
Jackson, K.R., Porrino, J.A., Tan, V., Daluiski A. (2003) Reference accuracy in The Journal of Hand Surgery. J. Hand Surgery 28(3):377-80
Tan V, Pope J, Daluiski A, Capo JT, Weiland AJ. (2004) The V-sling: a modified medial intermuscular septal sling for anterior transposition of the ulnar nerve. . J. Hand Surgery 29(2):325-327.
Mintz MB, Sowers R, Brown KM, Hilmer SC, Mazza B, Huvos AG, Meyers PA, Lafleur B, McDonough WS, Henry MM, Ramsey KE, Antonescu CR, Chen W, Healey JH, Daluiski A, Berens ME, Macdonald TJ, Gorlick R, Stephan DA. (2005) An expression signature classifies chemotherapy-resistant pediatric osteosarcoma. Cancer Res. 65(5):1748-1754.
For more publications, please see the PubMed listing.
We are currently involved with several projects involving fracture healing. Using gene chip technology we are exploring the molecular mechanisms for fracture healing in order to improve clinical care for our patients with fractures.