Surgical Education Course Sponsorships

The surgical training course curriculum is designed to provide a cadaver training workshop between the residents and faculty of the SFORP and industry representatives from the sponsoring company.

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The Premier Biomechanics Lab in Northern California

San Francisco Medicine Magazine has labeled The Taylor Collaboration as Northern California’s premier biomechanics lab!

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Our Workshop Laboratory

The focus of The Taylor Collaboration is principally in Orthopaedics and the laboratory specializes in mechanical testing of medical devices, with a particular emphasis on orthopaedic implants.

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Innovation and Publications

We are constantly researching new topics and publishing and presenting our work around the country and abroad. Learn more about our capabilities.

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World Class Team

The Taylor Collaboration team is a consortium of professional educators, clinicians and researchers.

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Journal Club – Tibial Fractures

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.

Did you know many tibial fractures are treated by inserting a long nail at the knee inside of the tibia?Image-1

Welcome to Our REDDI Interns

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.

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Saying Goodbye to a Team Member

A bitter-sweet moment for us; saying goodbye to Mark, our publications coordinator. Mark was a part of the team for almost three years, playing a valuable role in the submission of our work to various journals, as well as prepping for conferences. We wish him the best of luck on his new adventures.Mark-Redo

Published Studies

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.

Surgical Training Course

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!

GoEngineer Training Session

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.

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