British Orthopaedic Research Society

The British Orthopaedic Research Society (BORS) is a multidisciplinary association devoted to pursuing research relevant to orthopaedic and musculoskeletal surgery

Bone

Live Presentations

Session 01 | Monday 7 September 09:00 to 9:40
09:00 Session opensID
09:05Microarchitectural changes to subchondral trabecular bone in the osteoarthritic ankle
Lekha Koria
47
09:12Evaluation of the ability of autologous fat-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) to promote fracture healing
Murtadhah Jalal
98
09:19An ex-vivo human femoral head model for orthobiologic therapies
Kasia Styczynska-Soczka
57
09:26Studying the ‘mechanosome’ using a 3-Dimensional mechanical loading model of human stem cell derived osteocytes
Sophie Gilbert
71
09:33The effect of repeated mechanical loading on bone adaptation in a mouse model of oestrogen deficiency
Vee San Cheong
70
09:40Keynote

Poster Presentations

What is bone optimised for?
Andrew Phillips
97
Additively manufactured Ti6Al4V and SS316L stochastic structures with improved stiffness isotropy for biomaterial applications
Umar Hossain
150
Investigating a novel collagen sponge as a tissue-engineered bone scaffold
Jennifer Paxton
131
Effect of bone marrow stromal cell addition to bone marrow aspirate loaded bone graft substitutes on bone regeneration
Humaid Al Farii
124
Three-dimensional ultrasound reconstruction of sonographic callus: A novel imaging modality for early evaluation of fracture healing
Jamie Nicholson
76
Intraosseous schwannoma of the femur in a patient with monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance: A clinical case
Timothy McAleese
111
Femoral head histology: An analysis of routine histological examinations of femoral head specimens
Gerard Bong Si Yong
27