OREF Resident Research Symposium Winner Announced. HSS Orthopaedic Resident, Kyle W. Morse, MD, Wins Second Annual National Championship
OrthoSpineNews reports the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation (OREF), the leading private organization funding orthopaedic research across all subspecialties, announced Kyle W. Morse, MD, resident at HSS, earned the title of Grand Champion in OREF’s second National Resident Research Symposium. Dr. Morse presented his research on vertebral stem cells and spinal fusion.
“Our research can have tremendous impact on patient care. By better understanding the underlying biological mechanisms for spine fusion and the cells responsible for fusion mass production, we hope to identify therapeutic targets and pathways specific to these cells to maximize the fusion mass, prevent pseudarthrosis, and thereby improve patient outcomes,” said Dr. Morse.
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