Hospital for Special Surgery appoints chiefs of joint, pediatric surgery
Healio reports that HSS has appointed David J. Mayman, MD, chief of the adult reconstruction and joint replacement service and Daniel W. Green, MD, MS, as the chief of pediatric orthopedic surgery service.
Dr. Mayman is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in hip and knee replacements. His main research interest includes incorporating new technologies into arthroplasty to achieve better outcomes for patients. Dr. Mayman will take over for Mathias P. Bostrom, MD, who will be moving into the role of associate surgeon-in-chief in September.
Dr. Green is currently the Mary Kathryn and Alexander Navab Chair for Pediatric Research at HSS. His research focuses on surgical outcomes and techniques to treat patella dislocation, osteochondritis dissecans, discoid meniscus and pediatric ACL tears. Dr. Green succeeds Roger. F. Widmann, MD, who has led the pediatric surgical service for nearly 20 years.
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