Dr. Joseph Lane
In this episode we hear from Dr. Joseph Lane, who received two OREF Research Grants in the 1970s, which he used to study collagen structure and metabolism in fracture healing and endochondral ossification grafts for osseous defects.
Dr. Lane is Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Assistant Dean, The Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) and Weill Cornell Medical College. He has held leadership positions at UCLA, Weill Cornell, Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center, and HSS. Dr. Lane’s research interests include factors associated with outcomes in hip fracture patients with osteoporosis and clinical and translational research on bone disease.
Watch as Dr. Lane discusses how his body of work has impacted clinical practice and, most importantly, how it has improved patient outcomes.