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Reviewer of the Month

June 2024

Simon Thomas

Simon has been on the staff of the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children since 2007. He studied medicine at Jesus College, Cambridge and Barts Hospital, London where he qualified in 1995. He undertook specialist orthopaedic training in Oxford and a paediatric orthopaedic fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. He has special interests in hip dysplasia and osteogenesis imperfecta and is currently honorary treasurer for the British Society of Children’s Orthopaedic Surgery (BSCOS). He is an examiner for the Combined Royal Colleges of UK and Ireland as well as the College of Surgeons of East, Central and Southern Africa (COSECSA). He has had the great good fortune in his consultant career to regularly visit Rick Gardner in Ethiopia and Zimbabwe to learn a broader range of paediatric orthopaedic skills from a master technician and educator.

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A/Prof Samuel J. MacDessi

A/Prof Samuel J. MacDessi is Chairman of Orthopaedics at St George Private Hospital, and Director of Research and Training at Sydney Knee Specialists. He is an Associate Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of New South Wales (NSW) and Oceania University of Medicine, and specializes in arthroplasty and sports medicine surgery of the knee. His research focus is on evolving techniques in arthroplasty surgery, and he has extensive experience in the fields of knee arthroplasty, osteotomy, and ligament reconstruction.

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