Durham, N.C– On May 20, 2015 four Duke University Medical Students were awarded the Anthony V. Seaber Student Fellowship Grant, a fund within the Piedmont Orthopaedic Foundation. Anthony Seaber was a former Professor at Duke who passed away in July of 2010 and had no greater desire than to aid medical students. The grant that these students received will help send them to orthopaedic meetings across the country to present new information found in the research laboratories.
Below we have listed the students who accepted the award and the works that they will be presenting when they travel.
Alexander Lazarides, A Novel Intraoperative Laser Ablation System for Treatment of Residual Sarcoma
Colin Penrose, Total Hip Arthroplasty in patients with Parkinson’s Disease: Worth the risks?; Impact of Lumbar Arthrodesis on outcomes after elective total hip arthroplasty; Risks of TKA in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients.
Manoj Sekar, Macrophage-secreted Factors that Rejuvenate Delayed Fracture Healing Characteristic of Ageing.
Abiram Bala, Postoperative Complications of total shoulder arthroplasty in HIV positive patients; Comparison between hard-on-hard and hard-on-soft hip bearings in Medicare population; Perioperative transfusion associated with periprosthetic infection in total elbow arthroplasty.