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Spend One Hour with ICRS Giant Daniël BF Saris: „Innovation Driven by Patient Needs“
Host: Aaron Krych (US)
Speaker: Daniel Saris (US), ICRS Past President

Description: Patient clinical need can often be the best inspiration for innovation. For treatment of articular cartilage injury, frequently this innovation can be challenging to take from inception to proving the concept in pre-clinical studies, and finally approval for clinical trial. In this session, we will trace the successful journey for single stage surgical treatment of cartilage defects with autologous chondrons and MSCs. We will include lessons learned along the way, and how the process can be synergistically applied to other strategies in joint cartilage and tissue repair and healing.

Jun 9, 2021 05:00 PM in Zurich

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Speakers

Aaron Krych
MD @Mayo Clinic, Rochester/MN | USA
Aaron Krych is Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, USA. He is also Director of the Orthopedic Surgery Sports Medicine Fellowship and Orthopedic Surgery Sports Medicine Research Fellowship. He received his MD and Orthopedic Surgery Residency training at Mayo Clinic. He completed his sports fellowship training at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York in 2010. He was an ICRS Travelling Fellow in 2013. His clinical focus has been on cartilage restoration in the hip and knee, and knee osteotomy and meniscus transplant. His research interests include improving cartilage allograft, adipose-derived MSC injection for hip and knee arthritis, and single stage cell-based cartilage repair.
Daniel BF Saris
MD, PhD @Mayo Clinic, Rochester/MN | USA
Daniël Saris (Past President of ICRS) is a specialized knee surgeon. He joined the Orthopedics staff of Mayo Clinic in Rochester MN USA where he helps shape the Regenerative Medicine program and sports knee surgery and adult knee reconstruction. Daniel Saris graduated from University of Amsterdam Medical School. During orthopedic residency Dr. Saris did a fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester MN USA and subsequently completed a PhD at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands that introduced the now generally accepted concept of joint homeostasis. He practiced as staff member in the department of Orthopaedics at the UMC Utrecht for 17 years where he started The Mobility Clinic, an academical expert clinic for Musculoskeletal care. Prof Saris was part of the management team of the RM & stem cells focus at the UMC Utrecht and head of the orthopaedic residency program.