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  • Ian Smillie MCh (Orth) Award 2013-2014 3rd Jun 2014

    Ian Smillie MCh (Orth) Award 2013-2014

    Dr Suman Sundarraj was presented with the Department of Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery’s ‘Ian Smillie Class Award of Distinction’ from Professor Rami Abboud. This prestigious prize is awarded annually to the Master of Orthopaedic ...

  • Cultural Evening closes MCh (Orth) Academic Year 3rd Jun 2014

    Cultural Evening closes MCh (Orth) Academic Year

    A cultural evening was held on Tuesday 3 June 2014 in the Gait Laboratory of the Institute of Motion Analysis and Research (IMAR) at TORT Centre to celebrate the successful completion of this year’s Master of Orthopaedic Surgery (MCh Orth) cour...

  • Distinguished External Examiner 29th May 2014

    Distinguished External Examiner

    Mr Alf Bass has relinquished his role as External Examiner with the Department of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery. Due to University regulations the position can only be held for up to four consecutive years and unfortunately for us and the students a...

  • IMAR students present at 12th International Conference on Clinical Biomechanics 3rd May 2014

    IMAR students present at 12th International Conference on Clinical Biomechanics

    Jen Corner and Anna Johnston, two of IMAR’s current BMSc students presented their work at the annual 12th Staffordshire Conference on Clinical Biomechanics held between May 1st -3rd 2014. The conference, building on the success of previous yea...

  • What's good for the horse isn't good for the rider, report finds 3rd Apr 2014

    What's good for the horse isn't good for the rider, report finds

    Saddles that best protect horse riders from spinal damage have the opposite effect on their mount, according to new research from the University of Dundee. Horse riding can cause degenerative spinal injury to both rider and horse due to the dynamic ...