Sasha hosted our first Journal Club meeting of the summer. The topic this time around was the different treatments for a tibia shaft fracture. Treatment methods include intramedullary nailing and Ilizarov ring fixation. The discussions covered treatment outcomes, common complications and a comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of both treatment methods.
Kelly, Manuela and Leo are joining The Taylor Collaboration for the summer as our 2015 REDDI interns. They are embarking on a three month program that will allow them to develop their engineering and research skills in the field of orthopedics.
Manuela is a recent graduate of the University of Delaware, with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. Kelly is a recent Stanford graduate with a B.S. in Biomechanical Engineering. Leo will be heading into his senior year as a Mechanical Engineering major at UC Berkeley in the fall.
Two of our very own published studies have been cited and referenced in various journals such as Physical Therapy in Sport; Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery; Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery; Arthroscopy; and International Orthopaedics.
The Taylor Collaboration is hosting a Surgical Training Course today examining the sacroiliac joint and other fusion procedures. Check out how you can use our lab space!
The Taylor Collaboration attended Go Engineer’s Shape Your World Training Seminar Wednesday, in which was a full-day of complimentary, in-depth technical training sessions on SOLIDWORKS, Simulation, Enterprise PDM, API, Electrical, Routing, ECAD/MCAD, 3D printing.