Reggie Charles HAMDY, M.B., M.Sc. (Ortho.), FRCS(C)
1. PERSONAL INFORMATION
Work: Shriners Hospital for Children – Canadian Unit
1529 Cedar Avenue
Montreal, QC - H3G 1A6
Telephone: (514) 282-7150
Fax: (514) 842-8664
Languages spoken: French, English, Arabic
1970-1976 Faculty of Medicine, University of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt
Post Graduate Training
1986-1990 Resident in Orthopaedics, University of Ottawa Orthopaedic, Residency Training Program
1985-1986 Resident in Orthopaedics, Grenfell Mission, C. Curtis Memorial Hospital, St. Anthony, Newfoundland
1984-1985 Rotating Intern, Montreal General Hospital, McGill University, Montreal, Including rotations at the Royal Victoria and Montreal Children’s Hospitals
1983-1984 Pre-internship training, McGill University, Montreal
1983 Senior House Officer in Orthopaedics, Leicester General Hospital (800 beds), England
1982-1983 House Officer in General Surgery, (6 months) Victoria Hospital (867 beds), Blackpool, England
1981-1982 Assistant Specialist in Orthopaedics, Out-patient Clinics, Ministry of Health, Alexandria
1978-1981 Resident in Orthopaedics (Orthopaedic Residency Program), Department of Orthopaedics, University of Alexandria
1977-1978 Rotating Intern (1 year), University of Alexandria Teaching Hospitals, Alexandria, Egypt
1990-1991 Clinical Fellow in Paediatric Orthopaedics, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, August 1, 1990 – July 31, 1991.
1991-1992 Research and Clinical Fellow in Paediatric Orthopaedics, Brown University, School of Medicine - Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, R.I.
1993 Clinical and Research Fellow, Shriners & Sainte-Justine Hospitals, Montreal.
1976 M.B., Ch.B. (With Honours), University of Alexandria, Egypt
1981 Master’s Degree (M. Sc.), Orthopaedics, University of Alexandria, Egypt
1982 LRCP, LRCS, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Edinburgh and Glasgow
1985 LMCC, Licentiate, Medical Council of Canada (#67912)
1990 Quebec Certification in Orthopaedics
1990 FRCS (C) in Orthopaedics, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Canada
1996 Diplomat, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
3. PRESENT APPOINTMENTS
2010 – Present Chief of Staff, Shriners Hospital for Children, Montreal
2007 – Present Director, Clinical Research (Orthopaedics), Shriners Hospital for Children
2002 – Present Chairman, Clinical Research and Outcome Committee, Shriners Hospital
1998 – 2010 Assistant Chief of Staff, Shriners Hospital for Children, Montreal
1994 – Present Attending Staff, Shriners Hospital for Children, Montreal
1994 – Present Attending Staff, Orthopaedics, Sainte-Justine’s Hospital, Montreal
1993 – Present Attending Staff, Orthopaedics, Montreal Children’s Hospital
1995 – 2011 Consulting Staff, Laurentian Hospital, Sudbury, Ontario
A. McGill University
2011 – Present Professor of Surgery (Orthopaedics), full Tenure
2011 – Present Director, Division of Paediatric Orthopaedics, McGill University
2007 – June 2013 Director, Orthopaedic Residency Training Program, McGill University
2002 – Present Associate Professor of Surgery (Tenure), McGill University
1998 – 2002 Assistant Professor of Surgery (Tenure Track), McGill University
1994 – 1998 Assistant Professor of Surgery, McGill University
B. University of Montreal
1998 Present Adjunct, Professor of Surgery (Professeur associe), Univ. of Montreal
4. SPECIAL AWARDS
2012 Best Basic Science Paper presented at the Annual LLRS (Limb Lengthening Reconstruction Society of North America), Cincinnati, USA, 2012 The effect of Heparan Sulphate on New Bone Formation in a mouse model of Distraction Osteogenesis. Authors: M. Gdalevitch, B.Kassaii, B.Dohin, R. Hamdy
2010 POSNA Research Award (Paediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America)
2006 Teacher of the year award – Division of Orthopaedics, McGill University
2005 Teacher of the year award – Division of Orthopaedics, McGill University
2003 Salary award from the F.R.S.Q. (Fonds de Recherche en Sante du Quebec), as Senior Clinician Scientist (“Chercheurs-boursiers cliniciens" Senior) 2003 to 2006.
2002 Full Tenure, McGill University, Department of Surgery (Orthopaedics). Promotion to Associate Professor
1998 Salary award from the F.R.S.Q. (Fonds de Recherche et Sante du Quebec), as Junior Clinician Scientist (“Chercheurs-boursiers cliniciens” Junior 2 ) for a period of 4 years 1998 to 2002.
1998 Tenure Track, McGill University
1996 Travelling Fellowship, World Health Organisation (WHO) and Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) Fellowship Program:
1989 Best Research Paper presented to the Visiting Professor (Dr. Leonard Goldner), annual Orthopaedic review day. University of Ottawa. Supervisor: Dr. J. Wiley. Haematogenous Osteomyelitis in Children, a Review of 179 Cases.
1988 Best Research Paper presented to the Visiting Professor (Dr. Dean MacEwen), Annual Orthopaedic Review Day, University of Ottawa. Supervisor: Dr. H. Uhthoff. The Development of the Cervical Spine.
1987 Best First Year Resident Research Paper presented at the Annual Clinical Review Day at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. A Preliminary Report of Haematogenous Osteomyelitis in Children. The Ottawa Experience.
1981 First in my class for the Master’s Degree in Orthopaedics (University of Alexandria).
1976 Honours Degree, M.B., Ch. B.
5. TEACHING RESPONSIBLITIES
UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING COURSES
(1) Musculo – skeletal examination course for final year McGill medical students 2009 – till Present
Site: McGill Simulation Centre. Seven days per year. I give one or two days.
Description: Interactive session on MSK physical examination including demonstrations, standardized patients, direct observation and feedback on the student’s skills.
(2) Metabolic Bone Disease and Bone Turnover Course March 1996 and 1997
Coordinator: Dr. L. Conochie, Dr. F. Glorieux
Description: This is a 3 hours tutorial for 3rd year medical students (groups of 10-15).
(3) Bone metabolism Course – when things go wrong March 5, 9, 2001
Coordinator: Dr. Janet Henderson (Jewish General Hospital)
Description: This is a 4 hours tutorial for 4th year medical students.
(4) Molecular and cellular environment of bone Course 552 - 550A October 2, 9 2001
Description: This is a two 2-hour sessions for final year medical students.
UNDERGRADUATE ORTHOPAEDIC ROTATIONS
(1) Shadowing program for junior McGill medical students
(2) Elective rotation in pediatric orthopaedics for final year McGill medical students
(3) Medical Career advisor. This is an half-hour informal presentation and discussion with small groups of McGill first and second year students to discuss what is it to be an orthopaedic surgeon, lifestyle, job possibility, career, etc.
(4) Under graduate teaching for students outside of McGill, every year I have students from others Universities doing electives in pediatric orthopaedics last year.
UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER RESEARCH STUDENTS Award
(1) Grant from the Canadian Federal Government 1993 - (Luc Bouchard) $2,000.00
(University of Montreal) on the outcome of patients with Spina Bifida who had a Sharrard transfer
(2) McGill University Summer Research Grant - (Douglas Naudie) $2,500.00
For medical student 1994, 1995
Management of fibular hemimelia
Complications of lengthening pathological bone
(3) University of Montreal Summer Research Grant - (Alexandre Sylvestri) $2,500.00
For medical student 1995
Project: A review of the histology of limb lengthening
(4) McGill University Winter Research Grant - (Victor Gendo) $2,000.00
For Medical Student 1996
Project: Review of Open Fractures of the Femur in the Children
(5) University of Montreal Summer Research Grant - (Alexandre Sylvestri) $2,500.00
For medical student 1997
Project: Bone Morphogenetic Proteins from Basic Science to Clinical Practice
(6) University of Montreal – Final Year Student (1997) - (Stephane Parent)
Medical Student) Research Elective at the Shriners Hospital
Project: The Use of the Dynamic Hip Screw in the Paediatric Population.
(7) University of Toronto Medical School Summer Student 2004 $5,000.00
3rd year Student (Stephanie Nakada)
Project: Fibroblastic Growth Factors and Distraction Osteogenesis
(8) McGill University – Summer Student 2004 - (Tasima Haque) $5,000.00
CIHR (Canadian Institute Health Research) Training Program in Health Research
Project: The Role of BMP Antogonist Noggin in Distraction Osteogenesis
(9) McGill University – Summer Student 2006 - (Michael Pakdaman) $2,834.00
CIHR (Canadian Institute Health Research) Research Bursary Program.
(10) McGill University – Summer Student 2006 - (Alexander Normandin) $2,834.00
CIHR (Canadian Institute Health Research) Research Bursary Program.
(11) FRSQ – Summer Research Bursary 2006 – (Norine Alam) $4,000.00
(12) McGill University – Elective Summer Student, 2007
Alberto Carli – 3rd year Undergraduate Student
(13) FRSQ – Summer Research Bursary (with Dr. T. Head), 2007 $2,666.00
(Manuela H. Mandu)
(14) McGill 3rd year Medical Student, Stephen Lang 2009
(15) St.George Medical school, Caribbean Norine Alam , May 18 – july 30, 2011
Second year medical student, Shriners Fellowship Program $1,500.00
(16) Shriners Fellowship Program, Mahmoud Masri, 2012 $1,500.00
(17) McGill Student, Fellowship, David Alcolombre, 2012 $1,500.00
ORGANIZATION OF TEACHING COURSES – SYMPOSIUMS - WORKSHOPS
(1) Director, Scientific Program, Annual Ste-Justine Paediatric Orthopaedic Review Course, 1994—2002
I have been responsible for the organization of the whole scientific program from 1994 - 2002.
Organized by both McGill University and the University of Montreal
This is an annual review course in paediatric orthopaedics designed primarily for Canadian and
American orthopaedic residents in training.
Attendance: About 100 every year
The course lasts three days and consists of 50 lectures of 15-20 minutes each,
Faculty: In addition to the local faculty, there are usually 10 invited guest speakers from other
Canadian and American centres.
(2) Chairman, Annual Montreal Ilizarov Course, 1994-2002
This is the only Ilizarov workshop course held in Canada.
This is a basic Ilizarov workshop course held at the Montreal Shriners Hospital
The course consists of workshops and lectures covering basic principles for limb lengthening and
(3) Member, Quebec Orthopaedic Association Continuing Medical Education Committee,
1999 – 2003; I represented McGill on this committee. We were responsible for the organization of the
continuing Medical Education Activities (4 meetings a year – including a 3 day symposium) designed for
Quebec Orthopaedic Surgeons.
(4) Pelvic Osteotomies Workshop:
Held during the Annual Sainte-Justine Paediatric Orthopaedic Review Course. This workshop started in
2003 till 2009.
(5) Bone Graft Subsitutes Symposium:
LLRS/ASAMI annual meeting, Toronto, Canada, July 2004. (Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction societyof North America).
(6) Bone Graft Substitutes Symposium:
Washington, DC, USA. Held during the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Speciality day.
(7) Chairman, Scientific Committee, 10th. International meeting of the AOLF
(Association des Orthopedistes de langue Francaise), Montreal, Quebec, 2006.
POSTGRADUATE: McGILL ORHTOPAEDIC RESIDENCY TRAINING PROGRAM
In March 2007 – I was appointed program director of the orthopaedic residency program at McGill. As such, I am responsible for the design, implementation, evaluation and supervision of all aspects of training for the orthopaedic residents at McGill.
POSTGRADUATE: UNIVERSITY OF MONTREAL ORTHOPAEDIC RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Teaching Seminars for Residents: Programme d’orthopedie Edouard-Samson;
(a) Skeletal Dysplasia, Osteogenesis Imperfecta and Dwarfism; March 6, 2000
Developmental Dislocation of the Hip; October 2, 2000
FAMILY PHYSICIANS AND PEDIATRICIANS (Given annually since 2006)
In 2006, with Dr. Fassier, chief of pediatric orthopaedics at McGill, I designed a musculo-skeletal course for family physicians and paediatricians. This is a one day course, given on an annual basis (by all members of McGill Paediatric Orthopaedic Division) and includes the most common orthopaedic problems that family physicians and paediatricians encounter
INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER TEACHING ACTIVITIES
Second Orthopaedic Caribbean Course: Port-au-Prince, Haiti. November 20th, 21st, 1999.
“What is New in Orthopaedics”?
Participation in this course included orthopaedic residents and orthopaedic surgeons from Caribbean countries.
Besides Tutorials, I gave three lectures: What is New in the Management of DDH? What is New in the
Management of Spasticity? Metabolic Bone Disease.
INTERNATIONAL TEACHING COURSE
MIGHA course (Musculo-skeletal Interdisciplinary Global Health Advancement Course). An outline of this course (with the help of Dr. T. Brewer, Director of Global Health at McGill) was presented as a poster at the First Consortium of Universities for Global Health in Bethesda in September 15, 2009
6. RESEARCH TRAINEES SUPERVISED (GRADUATE STUDENTS)
MASTER DEGREE STUDENTS
(1) Caroline Demers -(1998 – 2000) Master Degree. Salary Award from N.S.E.R.C. (National Science and Engineering Research Council). Co-supervisor of her Master Degree Thesis with Ecole Polytechnique,
Genie Biomedical, University of Montreal (1998 – 2000).
Thesis: Coral as a delivery system for growth factors.
Awarded Master Degree in Biomedical Engineering, April 2001 with exceptional merit.
(2) Paolo Campisi - (June 2000 – June 2001).ENT Resident (Master Degree Program), Co- supervisor –
Faculty of Graduate studies , McGill University with Dr. L. Lessard, Division of Plastic Surgery.
Funds obtained: Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation
Thesis: “Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis. The Role of Bone Morphogenetic Proteins” (June 2000 – June 2001). Dean’s Honour List. He is Assistant Professor, Hospital for Sick Children, University of
(3) Christina Zachary - (2003 - 2005). ENT resident (Master Degree Program), McGill University.
Co-supervisor of Master Degree with Dr. L. Lessard, Division of Plastic Surgery.
Thesis: The effects of BMP7 on distraction osteogenesis in the mandible. (2003 - 2005). She is
Assistant Professor, University of Calgary.
(4) Manuela Hirt-Mandu, (2005 - 2007). I was her co-supervisor with Dr. M. Tabrizian, PhD, Biomedical Engineering, McGill. Thesis: The development of Chitosan-Alginate nanoparticles as a delivery system for Growth Factors in Distraction Osteogenesis.
(5) Fares Hamade, September 2005 – September 2007. I am his supervisor with (Dr. Rene
St-Arnaud), Department of Genetics, McGill University. Project: Evaluation of Distraction Osteogenesis in FGFR3 knock-out mice.
(6) Norine Alam, September 2006 – September 2008. I am her supervisor with Dr. Rene St-Arnaud.
Department of Genetics, McGill University. Project: The Role of BMP-2 in the Mouse Model of
(7) Ali Izadpanah, June 2008 – 2010. Division of Experimental Surgery. I am his supervisor with Dr. L.
Lessard. Project: Evaluation of BMP antagonists during distraction osteogenesis. CIHR salary award July
2009 – July 2010
(8) Luay Alsalmi, June 2008 – 2009. Resident, Division of Plastic Surgery. I am his supervisor with Dr. L. Lessard. Project: Wnt signaling during distraction osteogenesis.
(9) Priscille Vallee - Grenier June 2010 – 2011. Division of Experimental Surgery. I am her supervisor with Dr. P. Moffatt as co-supervisor.
(10) Hattan Aljaaly June 2010 – 2011. Division of Experimental Surgery. I am his supervisor with Dr. L. Lessard (Plastic Surgery) as co-supervisor. Funded by the Saudi Government.
(11) Waleed AlBishi (2011 – 2012) - Division of Experimental Surgery. Funded by Saudi Government.
(12) Asem Makhdom (2012 – 2013) - Division of Experimental Surgery. Funded by Saudi Government.
(13) Mohamed J. El-Yahrani (2013-2014) – Division of Experimental Surgery. Funded by Saudi Government.
(14) Emad Anam (2013 – 2014) – Division of Experimental Surgery, Funded by Saudi Government.
(1) Masatoshi Amako, M.D. Ph.D., September 1999 – August 2001. Dr.Amako is an orthopaedic surgeon with the Japanese Military. He obtained a 2 years Fellowship – with a fully paid salary from the Japanese Armed Forces, to do research work with Dr. Williams and myself.
(2) Masahisa Kawaguchi, M.D., Ph.D. September 2001 – August 2003. Dr. Kawaguchi is also an orthopaedic surgeon with the Japanese military. As Dr. Amako, he obtained a 2 – year fellowship with a fully paid salary from the Japanese Armed Forces.
(3) Ana Cristina Bassit, DVM, Ph.D. April 2013 – April 2014. Mrs. Bassit is a veterinarian doctor who
completed a Ph.D. in the University of Florida. Her salary will be funded by the CIHR as part of an awarded grant.
(1) Ziyad Haidar: I am co-supervisor with Dr. M. Tabrizian, Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, McGill.
September 2005 - September 2010. “The development of Chitosane-Alginate nanoparticles as a delivery system for Growth Factors in Distraction Osteogenesis“
Obtained CIHR salary award: 19,000.00 $ for 3 years.
(2) Lamees Nayef. I am co-supervisor with Dr. M. Tabrizian, Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, McGill
University. June 2011 – 2015. “The development of a nanoparticle delivery system for Growth factors in Distraction Osteogenesis“ Sponsored by NSERC & CIHR.
(3) Rui Zhang. Co-supervisor with Dr. R. St-Arnaud. Department of Human Genetics 2012 – 2016. Funded by International Shriners Organization.
7. INVITED SPEAKER, VISITING PROFESSOR, MODERATOR; (Conferences, Seminars, Workshops)
INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL, PROVINCIAL & LOCAL
(55) 34th Sicot – Orthopaedic World Congress 2013
Hyderabad, India; October 17-19
Guest Speaker: Strategies to Deal with Foot Regenerate
Management of Neglected Fractures of the Upper Limb
(54) COA Annual Meeting 2013
Winnipeg, Manitoba; June 20-23
Paediatric Symposium: Controversies in Paediatric Trauma
Guest Speaker: In-Situ Pinning
(53) Sainte-Justine Annual Pediatric Orthopaedic Review Course
a. Pelvic osteotomies 2007 - 2013
b. The Hip in Cerebral Palsy: Orthopaedic Perspectives. 2006
c. Avascular necrosis of the Femoral Head in Adolescents, 2005
d. Pelvic Osteotomies. 2003
e. Rational for Pelvic Osteotomies: Where, When, and How?’ 2002
f. Vertical Talus. 2000
g. Knee injuries. 1999
h. Osteotomies around the Adolescent Hip. Classification and Indications. 1998
i. The Management of Joint Contractures in Children 1997
j. The Management of Angular Deformities in Children 1997
k. Management of Post-Traumatic Osteomyelitis 1996
l. Management of Congenital Anomalies of the Lower Limb 1995
m. Management of Limb Length Discrepancy 1994
(52) Annual James Wiley Visiting Professor 2013
Ottawa, Ontario – Canada; February 28; Guest Speaker: Pelvic Osteotomies, Cavus Foot, SCFE.
(51) Annual Visiting Professor in Pediatric Orthopedics – Brian Greenhill Day 2013
Edmonton, Canada; November 28-30
(50) Guest speaker, 12th Annual Research Day, University of Sherbrooke, 2012
October 11th, 2012, Sherbrooke
Bone Regeneration and Distraction Osteogenesis
(49) 27th Annual Eugene Rogala, Visiting Progessor in Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery 2012
September 13-14. Montreal Quebec
(48) 7th Annual Meeting of the International ASAMI (Association for the Study 2012
And application of Methods of Ilizarov)
Thessaloniki, Greece; June 6 – 9.
New insights in the biology of distraction Osteogenesis Strategies in the management of poor
regenerate bone formation Moderator of Session on: Basic science research
(47) Annual meeting of the Musculo-skeletal axis, MUHC on: 2011
New Therapeutics Targets And Diagnosis in Musculoskeletal disorders Fracture healing:
How to improve the effects of BMP based therapy - October 28 in Montreal, Quebec
(46) Annual Meeting of the LLRS (Limb Lengthening reconstructive Society) 2011
Chicago USA, July 22 – 23
(45) 62nd International Meeting of The Egyptian Orthopaedic Association 2010
Cairo Egypt; December 6 – 9, 2010
Paediatric Trauma, Hip and Foot Problems
(44) Baltimore Limb Deformity Course, 2010
Baltimore, Maryland; September 6, 2010
Management of delayed bone formation in Distraction Osteogenesis
(43) 6th Annual Meeting of the International ASAMI (Association for the Study 2010
And application of Methods of Ilizarov)
Cairo, Egypt June 16 – 19, 2010
Gave 2 lectures, organized 2 workshops (pelvic Osteotomies and bone biologics)
(42) 3rd International Paediatric Orthopaedic Symposium 2010
KSU (King Saud University), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
March 23 – 25, 2010 I gave 6 lectures and participated in a 3 hour
Workshop on Pelvic osteotomies
(41) AAOS – LLRS (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons) Speciality Day 2010
March 13, 2010 New Orleans, USA
Controversies in Limb Lengthening – Five Minutes Debate
Cavus Foot: Acute Correction vs. Circular Fixator
BMP2 vs. BMP7 which one works?
(40) Texas Scottish Rite Hospital, Dallas January 27 2010
The use of BMPs in children. Also discussed potential collaborations
between the 2 hospitals
(39) CIHR (Canadian Institutes of Health Research 2009
Bone Health Research Consensus
Toronto, Canada; November 9 – 10 - Invited guest (attendance only by invitation)
(38) International Course on Paediatric Fractures 2009
Quito, Ecuador November 18 – 20
I was one of 4 guest speakers (gave 7 lectures, one workshop on the Fassier-Duval nail and participated in group discussions)
(37) First Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health 2009
(CUGH) By Invitation Only
Natcher Conference Centre, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland September 13 – 15, 2009
Development of a musculo-skeletal Program to improve global health in session on Interdisciplinary Innovation in Education.
(36) 5th International Conference on Children's Bone Health 2009
Cambridge, United Kingdom, 23 - 26 June, 2009,
Invited guest speaker: Limb reconstruction in Children
(35) International Bone Deformity conference 2009
Cairo, Egypt April 28 – 30,
Organized a workshop on Pelvic Osteotomies (presentations and saw bones)
(34) AAOS (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons) Speciality Day 2009
Las Vegas, USA, May 2, 2009
Talk in Symposium: Growth factors and Distraction Osteogenesis
The role of BMPs in Distraction Osteogenesis
(33) Annual Meeting of the Shrine Surgeon Association, 2008
November 20 – 23, 2008, Boston, Mass, USA
Talk: The use of BMPs in Children. Part of Symposium on: Bone
Morphogenetic Proteins – Clinical Experience
(32) AAOS (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons) Specialty day LLRS: 2008
Clubfoot Correction in the Paediatric Patient - March 8, 2008. San Francisco, USA
(31) MCH Surgical Grand Rounds: Recent advances in Limb Lengthening Reconstruction: 2008
From the bench to the bedside May 5th, 2008.
(30) Fourth International Course of Skeletal Deformities Correction. 2008
I organized a workshop on Pelvic Osteotomies Lecture on the use of BMPs in Children.
April 23 to 25, 2008. Cairo – Egypt
(29) EPOS-POSNA (European Paediatric Orthopaedic Societies – Paediatric
Orthopaedic Society of North America) Instructional Course 2007
I gave two courses: Management of Recurrent Clubfeet
Management of Fibular Hemimelia.
November 25, 26, 2007. Cairo – Egypt.
(28) National Research Council of Canada 2007
International Symposium on Polymeric Materials for Regenerative Medicine.
Keynote Speaker: Challenges with bone formation in distraction Osteogenesis
April 2-4, 2007 Montreal, Quebec.
(27) International Symposium on the Management of Musculoskeleat deformities 2007
Clinique, Diagnostic et traitement des maladies avec des anomalies de la
May 24-25, 2007. Kurgan, Russia.
Update on the medical and surgical treatment of Osteogenesis Imperfecta.
The use of OP-1 in cases of congenital Pseudo-arthrosis of the tibia.
Can we accelerate bone formation in distraction osteogenesis?
(26) Annual meeting of ACFAS (Association Française pour le savoir.). 2006
One of 8 invited speakers in a symposium: Osseointegration et regeneration osseuse.
May 18, 2006. Montreal, Quebec.
(25) American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Speciality Day Meeting, LLRS 2006
The use of OP-1 in Congenital Pseudo-arthrosis of the tibia.”
March 25, 2006. Chicago, USA.
(24) 60th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Orthopaedic Association 2005
Part of Symposium on “Paediatric Fractures for the General Orthopaedist “
Knee Injuries in Children.
June 2005, Montreal, Quebec
(23) American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Speciality Day Meeting, LLRS 2005
Moderator of a Symposium on Bone graft Substitutes.
February 2005, Washington, DC
(22) Symposium organized by the CMPA (Canadian Medical Protective Association) 2005
The orthopaedic surgeon and Jehovah witnesses
March 2005, Montreal
(21) Quebec Orthopaedic Association meeting 2003
Bone graft substitutes
(20) Second European Conference on Bone Morphogenetic Proteins. 2002
Guest Speaker: Distraction Osteogenesis and Bone Morphogenetic Proteins:
Basic Science and clinical applications.
May 2002, Zagreb, Croatia
(19) Brown University Orthopaedic Training Program. 2001
Guest Speaker: Growth Plate Injuries: Diagnosis and Management.
September 12, 2001, Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
(18) Combined Orthopaedic Research Societies of Canada, USA and Europe. 2001
Guest Speaker: Bone Remodelling in Children
June 1-4, 2001, Rhodes.
(17) Fourth International OP-1 Conference. 2001
Guest Speaker: Effects of Local Injection of New Bone in Distraction
Osteogenesis in the Rabbit. March 23-25, 2001, Whistler, British Columbia.
(16) Quebec Association of Orthotists and Prosthetists (annual meeting) 2001
The orthotic and prosthetic management of congenital anomalies of the lower
limb in children.
November 10, 2001, Montreal
(15) Annual Research Day, University of Sherbrooke 2001
The Treatment of Limb Length Inequality in 2001. What is new?
May 12, 2001, Sherbrooke, Quebec.
(14) Quebec Spina Bifida Association Annual meeting 2000
The management of Orthopaedic manifestations in children with spina bifida
October 2001, Montreal
(13) Operating Room personnel, Shriners Hospital 2000
Workshop on pelvic osteotomies.
May 2000, Montreal
(12) McGill 12th Orthopaedic Annual Update Course 1999
The Knee: From the Newborn to the Elderly. Blount’s Disease:
Current Concepts of Treatment.
March 25-27, 1999. Mont-Tremblant, Quebec
(11) Third International OP 1 Conference. 1999
Guest Speaker: Bone Morphogenetic Proteins in Distraction Osteogenesis.
November 5-6, 1999, Woodstock, Vermont
(10) 54th Annual Meeting of The Canadian Orthopaedic Association 1999
Symposium: What is New in the Ilizarov Technique?
July 3 to 5, 1999, St-John’s, Newfoundland
(9) SOFCOT 1998 (Société orthopédique française de chirurgie orthopédique). 1998
I was invited to participate in a symposium on Traumatic Injuries of the Growth Plate
Anatomy and physiology of the growth plate, Classification of growth plate injuries,
Management of partial damage to the growth plate. ,
Paris, France, November 1998.
(8) Québec Orthopedic Association Annual Meeting. 1998
Chairman of a mini-symposium on foot problems in adolescents.
Untreated clubfoot (above 10 years of age)
Hypermobile planovalgus foot
Paralytic foot with osteomyelitis of the first metatarsal
October 1-3, 1998, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec
(7) Québec Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting. 1998
Fibular Hemimelia: Principles of Treatment
October 1-3, 1998, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec.
(6) School of Physiotherapy, McGill University 1997
Common orthopaedic problems in children.
(5) McGill 11th Orthopaedic Annual Update Course 1997
The Hip: From the Newborn to the Elderly. Hip Fusion in 1997.
Mont-Tremblant, March 6, 1997
(4) Children treatment Centre, Sudbury, Ontario 1996
(physiotherapists and occupational therapists : I gave 3 lectures in 1996;
Cerebral Palsy - Spina Bifida - Limb length inequality)
(3) GEOP (Groupe d’enseignement en orthopédie pédiatrique) 1995
Controverse sur la place de la chirurgie dans l’ostéomyélite
Le Touquet, France. March 31, 1995.
(2) 21st Annual Orthopaedic Symposium, University of Ottawa. 1995
Post-traumatic Osteomyelitis in Children.
Management of Post-traumatic Leg Length Discrepancy in Children. May 11, 1995
(1) Instructional Course Lecture, 50th Annual Meeting of the COA 1995
Canadian Orthopaedic Association
The Growth Plate: Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical Implications in Children. .
Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 6, 1995
8. ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES
A. Shriners Hospital for Children- Canada, Current Committees
Member, Hospital Management Committee – 1998 to present
Member, Credentials Committee - 1998 to present
Chairman, Operating Room Committee - 1995 to present
Vice Chairman, Medical Executive Committee – 1998 to present
Chairman, Clinical Research and Outcome Committee – 2001 to present
B. Research Institute, Montreal Children’s Hospital, McGill University
Member, Graduate Student Committee 2001 to 2003 – Evaluates all requests of students for the
Master and PhD degrees, for internal funding.
C. McGill University
Member, Ethics Subcommittee of the Animal Facilities Care Committee (once/month), examines all
research protocols of all the research centres of McGill University dealing with animals with a D level.
(1997 to 2003).
Member, Promotions and Tenure Committee, Department of Surgery, 2005 to present.
Chairman, Promotions and Tenure Committee, Department of Surgery, 2006 to present.
Member, IRB (Institutional Review Board), Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 2006 to 2008.
Member, Post-Graduate Education Committee, Faculty of Medicine, March 2007 to present.
D. Division of Orthopaedics, McGill University
Member, Orthopaedic Resident Committee, November 2006 to present.
Director, Orthopaedic Residency Training Program, March 2007 to present.
Member, Executive Committee of the Division of Orthopaedics.
E. Provincial Level
Member, Quebec Orthopaedic Association: Continuing Medical Education Committee (1998 - 2003).
This Committee organizes and supervises all the scientific meetings of this association – 3 per year,
including an annual 3-day Symposium on a specific topic.
F. National Level
Member, Board of Examiners, Royal College of Surgeons of Canada for FRCS Certificate in
Orthopaedics, 2000 – 2001.
Examiner, Medical Council of Canada, Part II, May 2005
Member, Speciality Committee of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Canada 2007 to
present. Responsibilities of this committee include the regular evaluation and determination of the
Goals and Objectives of the Orthopaedic training Requirements for Orthopaedic Programs across
Canadian Medical Schools.
Representative of the Quebec Medical Schools on the Nucleus Committee of the Orthopaedic
G. International Level
Chairman, Research Committee, LLRS (Limb Lengthening and Reconstructive Society of North
America) and member of the executive committee (2003 to 2012) * Second Vice Chairman, LLRS
9. PROFESSIONAL AND LEARNED SOCIETIES
Canadian Orthopaedic Association
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
POSNA (Paediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America)
The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research.
The International Bone and Mineral Society.
LLRS/ASAMI North America (Limb Lengthening and Reconstructive Society)
Member, Canadian College of Health Care Executives, 2001 - 2002
10. RESEARCH GRANTS
Funding agency Years Amount Role as Investigator
(24) CIHR 2012 – 2015 $146,822.00 yearly P.I. (Co P.I. M. Tabrizian & P. Moffatt)
Title: The Effect of a Hybrid and Injectable
Nanoparticulate BMP Delivery System on
Bone Regeneration during Distraction
(23) International Shriners 2012 - 2016 $819,257.00 Co P.I. (P.I. Rene St-Arnaud)
Organization Title: Blocking FGFR3 Signaling to Accelerate
(22) POSNA 2012 – $30,000.00 Co P.I. (P.I. Uni Narayanan)
(Paediatric Orthopaedic July July Title: Outcomes of hip Interventions for
Society of North America) Children with Cerebral Palsy – An
International Multi-Centre prospective
(21) International Shriners 2011 – 2012 $120,000.00 P.I.
Organization Jan. – Dec. Title: BMPs and Distraction Osteogenesis in
(20) POSNA 2010 – 2011 $30,000.00 P.I. (with N. Dahan, B.Sc.,M.Sc (OT) &
(Paediatric Orthopaedic July July K. Montpetit, M.Sc.(OT), Dr. Uni Narayanan)
Society of North America) Title: Long term Radiological and Clinical
Effects of Botulinum Toxin-A on Muscle in
Children Undergoing Limb Lengthening MRI
(19) International Shriners 2007 – 2010 $1,018,696.00 P.I. (with 6 paediatric Hospitals: 4 Shriners
Organization Jan. Dec. Hospitals (Montreal, Philadelphia, Honolulu,
Portland) Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto &
DuPont Institute, Wilmington, Delaware, USA – Our
Hospital is the co-ordinating site)
Title: The safety and efficacy of Botox
injections in alleviating pain and improving
functional outcome in children undergoing
(18) International Shriners 2008 – 2010 $530,346.00 P.I.
Organization Jan. Dec. Title: BMPs and Distraction Osteogenesis in
(17) Salary Award F.R.S.Q. 2003 – 2006 $120,000.00 Personal Salary Support
July July $ 40,000.00 yr Title: Chercheur-boursier clinician Sénior
Senior Clinician Scientist
Salary Award F.R.S.Q. 1998 – 2002 $111,236.00 Personal Salary Support
July July $ 27,809.00 yr Title: Chercheur-boursier clinician Sénior
Senior Clinician Scientist
(16) International Shriners 2006 $ 96,667.00 Planning Grant (Clinical Research)
Organization (Our Hospital is the co-ordinating Site)
Title: The safety and efficacy of Botox
injections in alleviating pain and improving
functional outcome in children undergoing
(15) International Shriners 2001 – 2004 $240,123.00 (Operating Grant)
Organization $ 80,041.00 yr Title: The Mechanism of Action of Bone
Morphogenetic Proteins in a Rabbit
Distraction Osteogenesis Model
(14) International Shriners 2001 – 2004 $ 47,340.00 CO- P.I. Multi centre Shriners
Hospital Organization Study - (9 Hospitals)
(The co-ordinating site is the Northern California
Hospital) Title: Functional Outcome of
Children with Congenital below Elbow
(13) International Shriners 2005 – 2007 $443,929.00 P.I.
Organization Title: Mechanism of action of Bone
Morphogenetic Proteins in BMPR1 Knockout
(12) FQRNT & McGill Center 2001 – 2007 $ 55,000.00 Co P.I. (with 32 Co P.I. in a strategic group
For Biosensors & Biochips Personal Share including 4 Quebec Medical Schools and their
$ 10,000.00 to affiliated hospitals; Ecole Polytechnique de
$ 15,000.00 yr Montreal, The NRC (National Research Council of
Cda); Health Cda; Intl members from INSERM,
Strasbourg, France; Maryam Tabrizian, Ph.D.,
Director. Ziyad Haidar, PhD Student.
Title: The Development of a Chitosan Based
Delivery System for Growth Factors.
(11) MRC 1997 – 2000 $131,2770.00 P.I.
(Medical Research Title: the role of different growth factors in
Council of Canada) distraction histogenesis and the formation of
(10) Mtl Children Hospital 1998 $ 11,814,00 P.I.
Research Institute Equipment Internal Competition –
Title: Anaesthetic Machine ($5,014.00) &
Instruments for Animal Experimental Surgery
(9) Mtl Children Hospital 2006 P.I.
Research Institute Equipment Internal Competition - Scienceware
Montreal Children’s Max Memory Pipetting Aid.
(8) McGill University 1996 $ 20,000.00 P.I.
Montreal Children’s Hospital
(7) Stryker Biotech 1998 $ 52,514.00 P.I. - Industry support
Company, U.S.A. Title: Efficacy of OP-1 (Osteogenic Protein ) in
stimulation of new bone formation
(6) Montreal Children’s 1996 – 1997 $ 14,000.00 P.I.
(5) Montreal Children’s 1997 $ 6,000.00 P.I.
Department of Surgery
(4) Faculty of Graduate 1997 $ 17,500.00 P.I.
Studies & Research
(3) Research at Brown Univ. 1991 – 1992 P.I.
Rhode Island Hospital $ 26,000.00 Title: Smith & Nephew – Richard Company
(Ilizarov) of the form of all the equipment necessary for the application of 12 Ilizarov fixators on dogs.
$ 12,000.00 Title: EBI Company (Orthofix)
In the form of all the equipment necessary to apply 8 Orthofix on dogs.
$ 22,000.00 Title: Orthopaedic Research Foundation of
Rhode Island Hospital.
(2) Canadian Orthopaedic 1994 $ 10,000.00 P.I.
Foundation Title: Use of DEXA (Dual Energy X-ray
(Absorptiometry) in the evaluation of Regenerate Bone in Cases of Limb
lengthening in a Canine Model
(1) Orthopaedic Research 1993 – 1994 $ 14,000.00 P.I.
Institute Title: Use of DEXA (Dual Energy X-ray
Sainte-Justine Hospital (Absorptiometry) in the evaluation of Regenerate, Bone in Cases of Limb lengthening in a Canine Model
11. SUBMITTED RESEARCH GRANTS
Funding agency Years Amount Role as Investigator
(2) Robert Matthys 2013 – 2015 100.000CHF Co-PI. (PI: Jake Barralet)
Foundation Title: Injectable Osteoconductives for Enhancement of Bone Formation During Distraction Osteogenesis.
(1) CIHR – 2013 $160.002.00 Co-PI. (PI: Maryam Tabrizian)
Proof of Principle Program Title: In-vivo assessment of a novel injectable
chitosan sponge containing BMP-7 loaded liposomes as a therapeutic intervention to induce bone formation in a rat model with a critical size defect
12. COLLABORATIONS & COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS:
(1) The use of BMPs is mandibular distraction osteogenesis.
Collaboration with the divisions of Plastic Surgery with Dr. L. Lessard, Chief of Division of Plastic Surgery,
McGill University, and the division of ENT at McGill University.
(2) Dr. Maryam Tabrizian, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, McGill University. I have been collaborating with Dr. Tabrizian for the last 14 years (peer reviewed grants, graduate students, publications..). Most recently, for the last 5 years, we collaborated in the development of a nanoparticle delivery system for BMPs.
(3) Dr. Vicki Rosen, Ph.D., Professor of Molecular Biology, Harvard University. Dr. Rosen is an authority on BMPs and, since 2006, she has been helping and guiding me , and collaborating with me in my basic science research. We had 2 abstracts and one publication. We also submitted research grants together.
(4) Dr. Peter Kloen, M.D., Ph.D., Orthopaedic Surgeon, Trauma Unit, Academic Medical Centre, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. We started to collaborate in 2008, on the role of BMP antagonists in fracture healing and non-unions. We had 2 abstracts.
(5) Dr. Bruno Dohin, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and head of Orthopaedics, Ste.Etienne, France. Dr.Dohin spent 3 months with us in 2008.
(6) Dr. John Birch, MD., Professor of Orthopaedics and Assistant Chief of Staff, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Dallas, Texas, USA.
13. PERSONAL STATEMENT
My main clinical interests are deformity correction, limb lengthening and the management of children affected with various neuromuscular conditions. The focus of my research is in 3 areas: Distraction Osteogenesis (DO), bone regeneration and tissue engineering as well as clinical research. In the field of Distraction Osteogenesis, I have been working on:
(1) How to decrease the post-operative pain and discomfort in patients undergoing DO – I am the PI on a large multicentre RCT with 6 centres, funded by the Shriners International for 5 years , the results will be presented as podium presentation at the next POSNA meeting.
(2) Elucidate the complex molecular changes and signaling pathways involved in DO, as well as non-unions and ectopic bone formation. The results of my studies have been published in several journals and most recently I have been invited to write a special article on this topic.
(3) How to accelerate the consolidation of newly formed bone in the distracted gap - using various techniques, specifically BMPs locally, sclerostin systemically (with Dr. F .Rauch),FGFR3 (with Dr. R. St-Arnaud), local TCP with Dr. J. Barralet
(4) Mechanotransduction, with Dr. I. Villemure, first to develop an external fixator for rat DO and then investigate how changes in the mechanical environment can affect bone formation
(5) What is the best radiological technique to monitor the consolidation of newly formed bone and how to decide when to remove the fixator? Specifically the use of DEXA and pixel value. In the field of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering:
(a) Nanotechnology - with Dr. M. Tabrizian, development of a nanoparticle chitosan alginate delivery
system for BMPs
(b) Hydrogel delivery system and scaffold – also with Dr. M. Tabrizian for the delivery of BMPs, injectable that solidifies in less than 2 seconds.
(c) Stem cell therapy – with Dr. I. Colmegna, to isolate stem cells from adipose tissue taken from children (IRB obtained), then expand and induce these cells into osteogenic and chondrogenic lineage.
(d) How to enhance the osteogenic effects of BMPs, by using siRNA to block endogenous BMP antagonists Noggin and Chordin, with Dr. P. Moffat. In clinical research, besides evaluating how to improve the outcome of patients undergoing DO, my other interests include how to evaluate children with cerebral palsy undergoing hip surgery, and the outcome of patients with cavus foot and Charcot-Marie Tooth disease.
As a member of the Division of Experimental Surgery, I have supervised or co-supervised numerous graduate students. I have developed numerous collaborations with scientists, as mentioned above. I have received several research awards, including peer salary awards from the Quebec Government, the Shriners Hospitals for Children (SHC), POSNA (Paediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America) and CIHR. At the International Level, I am the second vice president of the LLRS (Limb Lengthening and Reconstructive Society of North America). I am co-editor of a Monograph from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons: Management of Limb Lengthening Discrepancy, which is considered the state of the art resource in that field. I am a firm believer and supporter of the tripartite mission of the Shriners Organization: you cannot have excellence in patient care, without having excellence in teaching and research.
14. MEMBER OF PEER REVIEW COMMITTEES GRANTS/REVIEWER FOR JOURNAL/MEMBER OF EDITORIAL BOARD/EXTERNAL-INTERNAL REVIEWER/MEMBERSHIP
(1) Invited Member, Medical Research Council of Canada, Clinical Investigation Committee, June 2000.
(2) Regular Member, CIHR - Canadian Institutes for Health Research – Clinical Investigation Committee,
December 2001 to December 2003.
(3) Invited Scientific Officer, CIHR – Canadian Institutes of Health research,- Clinical Investigation Committee, May 2004
(4) International Reviewer, MRC Hong Kong. (2002)
(5) Regular member, CIHR Canadian Institutes of Health Research - University/Industry Committee – 2005 to present.
(6) Ontario Foundation’s Grants Committee – January 2005.
Modulating Hedgehog and Beta-catenin Signalling in Osteoarthritis and Cartilage Repair.
(7) U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation (CRDF), USA
I reviewed a grant in January 2006: The Development and Clinical Trials of the Computer Aided System for Limb Lengthening.
(8) Arthritis Research Campaign, UK .I reviewed a grant in March 2007: An Investigation into FGF18 and Wnt signalling in chondrocytes following trauma . By Professor RM Aspden, Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Aberdeen, UK
(9) Sheffield Hospital Charitable Trust, UK
I reviewed a grant in May 2007: Botulinum toxin: an adjunct in limb reconstruction - can it reduce pain and joint complications?
(10) FRSQ, Emerging Team Grants, September Competition 2007 (Réseau de la santé buccodentaire et osseuse)
(11) Member CIHR (Canadian Institutes for Health Research) Fellowship Committee - 2008 to present
(12) Reviewer for NIH Program PO1 (large Orthopaedic Program Grant on Acceleration of Bone Formation – November 2008
(13) National Research Council of Singapore : Implantation of BMP DNA microfibers and bone graft: A
synergistic approach for enhancing bone regeneration and union in a critical size defect model -
IRG10may087, July 2010
(14) NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada)
Collaborative Health Research Program (CHRP)
Validation of a Chitosan-PEG-FA nanoparticle platform for SiRNA and gebne therapy
P.I.: Dr. J. Fernandes , October 2010
(15) Member, Scientific Committee of the Academic Chair in Paediatric Spinal deformity DePuy, CHU Ste-Justine, Universite of Montreal. Holder of the Chair: Dr. Stephan Parent . Meeting May 4, 2011. Ste-Justine Hospital, Montreal
(16) PSI Grant Dr. D .Lam , 2012
(17) CIHR/NSERC grant Dr. I. Villemure, 2012
REVIEWER OF JOURNALS
(1) Journal of Paediatric Orthopaedics (Regular Consultant Reviewer- since 2006)
(2) Paediatrics and Child Health
(3) Growth Factors
(4) Journal of Bone and Mineral Research
(5) Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry
(6) Canadian Journal of Surgery
(7) Histology and Histopathology
(9) Journal of Orthopaedic Research
(10) Calcified Tissue International
(11) Acta Biomateriala
MEMBER EDITIORAL BOARDS
(1) BMC Musculo-skeletal Journal (Associate Editor) 2011 till present
(2) BioMed Research International (Editorial Board Member) 2013 till present
(3) Pain studies and management (Editorial Board Member) 2013 till present
EXAMINER OF THESIS (Master degree)
(1) Caroline Demers – Ecole de Polytechnique, Montreal, 2001
(2) E. Corsi – Ecole de polytechnique, Montreal, 2002
(3) Patrick Lavigne - Chirurgie, University of Montreal (September 2003)
(4) Eva Wikholm - Department of Human Genetics, McGill University, (December 2004)
(5) Manuela Mandu – Faculty of dentistry , McGill University (November 2006)
(6) Fares Hamade – Department of Human Genetics 2008
(7) Norine Alam – Department of Human Genetics 2008
(8) Christina Holmes _ Department of Biomedical Engineering, McGill University 2008
(9) Alain Circo - Ste.Justine Hospital, University of Montreal, March 2008
(10) Abdalla Husseini, Division of Experimental Surgery, 2011
Thesis: Bone formation during fracture repair in mice deficient for the cyp24a1 gene
EXTERNAL EXAMINER (Ph.D. Thesis)
(1) Dr.David Bell, Orthopaedics University of South Wales, Australia, 2010
(2) Genevieve Drouin, Ph.D. , Biologie cellulaire, University of Sherbrooke 2012
INTERNAL REVIEWER – (for McGill, MCH Research Institute and others)
(1) FRSQ application : Dr. Robert Konekoop - Opthalmology - September 2004
(2) CIHR application (operating grant) :Dr. Sam Daniel – Department of ENT – 2004,)
(3) Clinical Research: McGill University-Montreal Children’s Hospital Research Institute.
Surveillance of diseases caused by nonturberculous mycobacteria in Canadian Children. 2004.
(4) CIHR application : Dr.Sam Daniel, September 2005
(5) CIHR application : Dr.Annie Phillip, December 2005
(6) Internal review: The effects of ischaemia on the prepubertal rodent testis: the protective role of
hypothermia. Dr.M. El-Sherbiny, O. Loutouchin, J.P. Capolicchio, J. Jednak, 2006
(7) CIHR application: Effects of chronic hypoxia in early life on cardiac gene expression and function. Dr. Charles Rohlicek, 2006
(8) CIHR application : Dr. Isabelle Villemure, (Ste-Justine Hospital) September 2009
(9) CIHR application : Pierre Moffatt September 2009
MEMBERSHIP RESEARCH SOCIETIES:
(1) Member, Centre for Bio-recognition and Biosensors, McGill University, 2006 to present.
(2) Member of FRSQ: Reseau de Recherche en Sante Buccodentaire et Osseuse. Classed first for FRSQ funding with a quote of 4.7 on 5. 2006 to present.
(3) Member, Musculo-skeletal axis, Research Institute, McGill University.
15. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
COURSES FOLLOWED IN LEADERSHIP
(1) Lessons in Leadership: "The Leadership Compass: Make your organization’s Vision a Reality." by Steven Covey. organized by McGill University Centre for Continuing Education.
October 28, 1998, Montreal
(2) Leadership Skills for Shaping the Future.
Physician Manager Institute Courses developed by the Canadian Medical Association and the Canadian
College of Health Service Executives.
September 19 to 21, 1999, Edmonton, Alberta
(3) Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills for Effective Physician Managers
Physician Manager Institute Courses developed by the Canadian Medical Association and the Canadian
College of Health Service Executives.
April 30 to May 2, 2000, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
(4) How to deal with Employee concerns and complaints. Audio Conference . Career Track, Park
University Enterprises. January 14, 2010
(5) Effective Leadership. Two days course organized by McGill Executive Institute.
May 26 – 27, 2010, Montreal
(6) Le médecin gestionnaire – pourquoi pas? Quebec City. November, 2012
COURSES ON ETHICS
Online Training Course from the Ministere de la Sante et des Services Sociaux du Quebec, on ETHICS –
necessary before I joined the McGill University IRB July 2006
COURSES, WORKSHOPS & CONFERENCES TO IMPROVE TEACHING AND EVALUATION OF STUDENTS
(1) Teaching when there is no time to teach: Strategies and techniques,
McGill University workshop – November 18, 2004
(2) Designing successful workshops – McGill University, December 9, 2004
(3) Program Director Workshop: November 14, 2007.
This workshop addressed the following topics:
Accreditation: Getting ready for a review
The MMI as an interview technique
Health Advocacy: the difficult CanMeds Role
(4) Medical simulation (High fidelity, standardized patients, workshops…) Faculty workshop. McGill University
January 28, 2008
(5) Demystifying the Evaluation and Appeal Process. Program Director Workshop, McGill University.
November 12, 2008.
(6) Exploring ways to Help Integrate International Medical Graduates.
Program Directors Workshop. McGill University April 22, 2009
(7) The use of simulation for assessment: surgical education and training reconsidered.
Visiting Professor Lecture: Dr. Carla Pugh, McGill University September 17, 2009
(8) Integrating CanMeds competencies (manager, collaborator, health advocate, communicator,and scholar, professional) in the clinical setting. Workshop.Advanced clinical teaching skills.
Faculty development office, McGill University December 3, 2009
(9) First International meeting of the CUGH (Consortium for Universities on Global Health) held at the NIH, in Bethesda, Maryland September 14, 15, 2009. Representatives from 58 Universities were invited to attend and only 2 from Canada, McGill & Toronto. The global message of this meeting was that through education, Universities can have a transforming force on Global Health.
(10) Professional Liability for Orthopaedic Surgeons. CanMeds competencies
Specifically communication (consent form).
Workshop : Dr.C.F.Martin, FRCS, MBA. Director, regional Affairs, CMPA
Montreal, February 4, 2010
PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
(67) Makdom, A., Hamdy, R. 2013
The use of Growth Factors to accelerate Bone Formation in Distraction Osteogenesis
Tissue Engineering, Part B. In Press
(66) Gdalevitch M, Kasaai B, Alam N, Dohin B, Lauzier D, Hamdy RC. 2013
The effect of Heparan Sulphate on Bone Formation in Distraction Osteogenesis
PlosOne 2013;8(2):Feb 15. PMID: 23457615
(65) A Carli, N Saran, J Kruijt, N Alam, R Hamdy 2012
Physiological referrals for paediatric musculoskeletal complaints:
A costly problem that needs to be addressed
Paediatric & Child Health, Volume 17, Issue 9 ,pp e63 - 69
(64) Kloen,.P., Lauzier, D., Hamdy, RC. 2012
Co-localization of BMP ligands and antagonists in human fracture callus and
non-unions. Bone 2012 Apr 11;51(1):59-68. PMID: 22521262
(63) Noemi Dahan-Oliel, Bahar Kasaai, Kathleen Montpetit and Reggie Hamdy. 2012
Effectiveness and safety of Botulinum toxin type A in children with musculoskeletalconditions:
What is the current state of evidence?"
International Journal of Paediatrics, 2012:898- 924. Apr 5. PMID: 22548088
(62) Kasaii, B., Al-Salmi, L., Moffatt, P., Lessard, L., Lauzier, D., Hamdy, R. 2012
Immunolocalization of Wnt signalling in a mouse model of Distraction Osteogenesis
Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry . 2012 Mar;60(3):219-28. PMID: 22356868
(61) Manohar Babu KV., Fassier F., Rendon J.S., Saran N., Hamdy R.C. 2012
Correction of proximal tibial recurvatum using the Ilizarov technique
Pediatr. Orthop. 2012 Jan-Feb;32(1):35-41. PMID: 22173385
(60) A. Al-Ghamdi,J. S. Rendon, N. Saran, F. Al-Faya,T. Benaroch, R. C. Hamdy 2012
Dega osteotomy for the correction of acetabular dysplasia associated to
developmental dysplasia of the hip. A radiographic review of 22 cases"
J Pediatr. Orthop. 2012 Mar;32(2):113-20. PMID: 223227443
(59) Allison, P., Gendu, V., Yang, S., Dahan, N., Hamdy,R. 2011
Open fractures of the femur in Children Analysis of various treatment methods
Journal of Children Orthopaedics. 5: 101 – 108. PMID: 22468153
(58) Sabarwal, S., McCarthy, J., Hamdy, R., Green, S.: 2011
What is new in Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction
Journal of Bone Joint Surgery, Am. Jan ; 93(2) : 213-21. PMID: 21248221
(57) Yang, S., Dahan, N., Montpetit, K., Hamdy, R. 2010
Ambulation gains after knee surgery in children with Arthrogryposis
Journal of Paediatric Orthopaedics. Dec; 30(8) : 863-9. PMID: 21102214
(56) Haidar ZS., Hamdy R.C., Tabrizian M. 2010
Biocompatibility and Safety of a Hybrid Nanoparticulate OP-1 Delivery System
Intramuscularly administered in Rats.
Biomaterials. 2010 Apr; 31 (10) : 2746-54. PMID: 20044132
(55) Haidar, Z., Tabrizian M., Hamdy R.C. 2010
A hybrid OP-1 delivery system enhances new bone regeneration and consolidation
in a rabbit model of distraction osteogenesis.
Growth Factors 2010 Feb;28 (1): 44-55. PMID: 19947899
(54) Montpetit,K., Hamdy,.R. C., Dahan, N., U.Narayanan: 2009
Measurement of Health Related Quality of Life in Children Undergoing
External Fixator Treatment for Lower Limb Deformities.
Journal of Paediatric Orthopaedics. 2009 Dec;29(8):920-6. PMID: 19934710
(53) Haidar, Z., Hamdy, R.C., Tabrizian M.
Recombinant BMP Delivery for Bone Regeneration and Repair. A Review 2009
Part A: Current Challenges in BMP Delivery.
Biotechnology Letters 31(12):1817-1824. PMID: 1960804
(52) Haidar, Z., Hamdy, R.C., Tabrizian, T.
Recombinant BMP Delivery for Bone Regeneration and Repair. A Review 2009
Part B: Delivery Systems for BMPs in Orthopaedic and Craniofacial Tissue Engineering
Biotechnology Letters 31(12):1825-1835. PMID: 19690811
(51) Alam, N., St-Arnaud, R., Lauzier, D., Rosen, V., Hamdy, R. 2009
Are endogenous BMPs necessary for bone healing during distraction Osteogenesis?
Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2009 Dec;467(12):3190-8. PMID: 19760469
(50) Dohin, B., Dahan, N., Fassier, F., Hamdy, R.C. 2009
Enhamncement of difficult nonunion in children with osteogenic protein-1 (OP-1):
Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2009 Dec;467(12):3230-8. PMID: 19588211
(49) Reggie C. Hamdy, MD, Kathleen Montpetit, Msc, BSc(OT);Ellen M Raney, MD; 2009
Michael D Aiona, MD; Ramona R Fillman, MHA, BSPT, William MacKenzie, MD;
James McCarthy, MD; Ross, Chafetz, MPH, BSPT; Susan E Sienko Thomas, MA;
Cindy Tamayo, BSPT; Aaron G Littleton, BS; Joanne Ruck-Gibis, MSc, BSc(PT);
Susan Takahashi, MSc, BSc(N);Mario Rinaldi, BSc(N); Allen G Finley, MD; Robert W
Platt, PhD; Noemi Dahan-Oliel BSc(OT)
Botulinum Toxin A Injection in alleviating pain and Improving functional outcome
in children undergoing limb lengthening and deformity correction.
Results of a Pilot Study. J Pediatr Orthop. 2009 Jul-Aug;29(5):427-34. PMID:19568011
(48) Haidar ZS, Azari F, Hamdy RC and Tabrizian M. Modulated release of OP-1 and 2009
enhanced pre-osteoblast differentiation using a core-shell nanoparticulate system.
J Biomed Mater Res A. 91(3):919-928. PMID: 19097148
(47) Fassier, F., Sardar, Z., Odent, T., Arabi, M., Hamdy, C.R. 2008
Results and complications of a modified surgical technique to correct coxa vara in children
With osteopenic bones.
J Pediatr Orthop. 2008 Dec;28(8):799-805. PMID:19034168
(46) Saran N., Hamdy, RC 2008
DEXA as a predictor of fixator removal in Distraction Osteogenesis
Clin Orthop Relat Res. Dec.;466(12):2955-61. PMID: 18820988
(45) Mandu, M., E., Lauzier, D., Tabrizian, M., Hamdy, RC 2008
OP-1 Injection increases VEGF expression but not angiogenesis in a rabbit model of
Growth Fators 2008 Vol.26, Issue 3, 143 – 151. PMID: 18569022
(44) Haque, T., Allam,N., Hamade, F., Lauzier, D., St-Arnaud, R., Hamdy, RC. 2008
Characterizing the BMP pathway in a wild type mouse model of Distraction Osteogenesis
Bone 2008, 42 (6): 1144 - 1153. PMID: 18372226
(43) Haidar, Z., Hamdy, RC, Tabrizian, M.: 2008
Protein Release kinetics for Core-shell hybrid nanoparticles based on
layer-by-layer assembly of alginate and chitosan on liposomes
Biomaterials 2008, March, 29(9): 1207-1215. PMID: 18076987
(42) Hamdy, R., Monpetit, K., Ruck-Gibis, J., Thorstad, K., Raney, E., Aiona, M., 2007
Patt, R., Finley, A., MacKenzie, W., McCarthy, J., Narayanan, U.:
Safety and efficacy of Botulinum A injection in alleviating post-operative pain
and improving quality of life in children undergoing limb lengthening
- Trials 2007. Sept 28;8(1):27. PMID: 17903262
(41) Haque T., Amako, T., Nakada S., Lauzier D., Hamdy. R. C. 2007
An Immunohistochemical Analysis of the temporal and spatial expression of growth factors
FGF1, 2 and 18,IGF1 and 2 and TGFβ1 during Distraction Osteogenesis in the rabbit.
Histology and Histopathology 2007, Vol.22 (2) pp. 119 – 128. PMID: 17149684
(40) Haque T., Hamdy R. C. 2007
A Review of FGF18: Its Expression, Signaling Pathways and Possible Functions during
Embryogenesis and Post-natal Development
Histology and Histopathology. 2007, Vol.22 (1) pp.97 – 105. PMID: 17128416
(39) Rauch F., Hamdy R. C. 2006
Effect of a single botulinum botox injection on Bone Development in Growing Rabbits.
J Musculoskeletal Neuronal Interac. 2006, Jul-Sep : 6 (3) : 264 – 268. PMID:
(38) Mandu M., Haque T., Lauzier D., Rauch F., Tabrizian M., Henderson. J., Hamdy R. 2006
Early injection of OP-1 during Distraction Osteogenesis accelerates new bone formation in rabbiit.
Growth Factors.Vol.24. No.3, September 2006, pp.172-183. PMID: 17079201
(37) Arabi, M., Rauch, F., Hamdy, R. C., Fassier, F 2006
High prevalence of coxa vara in patient with severe osteogenesis imperfecta.
Pediatr Orthop. 2006 Jan-Feb;26(1):24-8.I. PMID: 16439896
(36) Haque, T ,Mandu, M., Kawaguchi , M., Tabrizian, M., Hamdy .R.C. 2005
Immunohistochemical localization of bone morphogenetic protein-signlaing Smads during long-bone
Distraction Osteogenesis. .
J Histochemistry and Cytochemistry Epub 2005 Nov 14. 2006 Apr;54(4):407-15. PMID: 16286666
(35) Zachary,K. , Motakis, D., Hamdy,R.C ., Amar, Y. and Lessard, L. 2005
Effect of Recombinant Human Bone Morphogenetic Protein 7 on Bone Density during Distraction
Osteogenesis of the Rabbit Mandible.
J Otolaryngol. 2005 Dec;34(6):407-14. PMID: 16343401
(34) Amako, M., Fassier, F., Hamdy,R.C., Aarabi, M., Monpetit,K, Glorieux,FH. 2004
Functional analysis of upper limb deformities in Osteogenesis Imperfecta.
Journal of Paediatric Orthopaedics. 2004, Vol.24, No.6, pp. 689 – 694. PMID: 15502571
(33) Odent, T., Fassier, F., Hamdy, R.C., Ranger, P. 2004
Spontaneous Recurrent Hip Dislocation in a Neurofibromatosis Type 1 Patient.
Canadian Journal of Surgery. Vol.47, No.3, June 2004 : 219 – 220. PMID: 21410948
(32) Hamdy R.C., Amako M., Beckman L., Kawaguchi M., Rauch F., Lauzier D., Steffen T. 2003
Effects of Osteogenic Protein-1 on Distraction Osteogenesis in Rabbits.
Bone, Aug. 33 (2) 248 - 255, 2003. PMID: 14499359
(31) Campisi P., Hamdy RC, Lauzier D, Lessard L. 2003
Serial Bone Densitometry During Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis.
Journal of Clinical Densitometry, vol. 6 no. 3, 2003. PMID: 14514991
(30) Campisi P, Hamdy R.C., Lauzier D, Amako M, Rauch F, Lessard ML. 2003
Expression of Bone Morphogenetic Proteins during Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis.
Plast Reconstr Surg. Jan;111(1):201-08;2003. PMID: 12496581
(29) Campisi P., Hamdy, R.C., Lauzier, D., Amako, M., Schloss, MD., Lessard, ML. 2002
Overview of the radiology, histology and bone morphogenetic protein expression during
distraction osteogenesis of the mandible.
Journal of Otolaryngology – Oct;31(5):281;6;2002. PMID: 12512892
(28) Violas, P., Fassier, F., Hamdy, R.C., Duhaime, M. 2002
Acetabular Protrusion in Osteogenesis Imperfecta
Journal of pediatric orthopaedic 22:622-625, 2002. PMID: 12198464
(27) Demers, C., Tabrizian, M., Petit, A., Hamdy, R.C., Yahia, L. 2002
Effect of experimental parameters on the in vitro release kinetics of transforming growth
factor â1 from coral particles”
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research March 5: 59 (3), 403-410, 2002. PMID: 11774297
(26) Demers, C., Hamdy, R.C., Coris, K., Chellat, F., Tabrizian, M., Yahia, L’H. 2002
Natural Coral Exoskeleton as a Bone Graft Substitute – A review.
Bio-Medical Materials and Engineering. 12:15-35, 2002. PMID: 11847406
(25) Rauch, F., Lauzier, D., Travers, R., Glorieux, F., Hamdy, R.C. 2000
Effects of Locally Applied TGF-â1 on Distraction Osteogenesis in a
Rabbit Limb Lengthening Model.
Bone, Vol. 26(6):619-624, 2000. PMID: 10831934
(24) Rauch, F., Lauzier, D., Croteau, S., Travers, R., Glorieux, F.H., Hamdy, R.C. 2000
Temporal and Spatial Expression of BMP-2, -4 and –7 During Distraction Osteogenesis in Rabbits.
Bone, Vol. 26(6):611-617, 2000 & Vol. 27(3):453-459, 2000. PMID: 10962359
(23) Jouve, J.-L., Mireur, O., Lecoq, C., Hamdy, R.C., Bollini, G. 2000
Les lesions de type Salter V du cartilage de croissance du tibia proximal.
Revue française de dommage corporel, Vol. 2:137-147, 2000.
(22) Demers, C., Hamdy, R.C. 1999
Bone Morphogenetic Protein. Science and Medicine. Vol. 6(6):8-17, 1999. PMID:
(21) Hamdy, R.C. 1999
Traitement palliatif des epiphysiodeses partielles post-traumatiques.
Revue de Chirurgie Orthopédique et réparation de l’appareil moteur.
Vol. 85 (II):70-73, 1999. PMID:
(20) Hamdy, R.C. 1999
Classifications des traumatismes du cartilage de croissance.
Revue de Chirurgie Orthopédique et réparatrice de l’appareil moteur.
Vol. 85(II):46-49, 1999. PMID:
(19) Croteau, S., Sylvestri, Al, Hamdy, R.C. 1999
Bone Morphogenetic Proteins in Orthopaedics: From Basic Science to Clinical Practice
Orthopaedics, Vol. 22(7): 686-695. 1999. PMID:
(18) Valdivia, G., Fassier, F., Hamdy, R.C. 1998
Chondrodiastasis in a Patient with Spondylometa-physeal Dysplasia using the Ilizarov Technique.
International Orthopaedics, Vol. 22(6): 400-403, 1998. PMID:
(17) Hamdy, R.C., Fassier, F., Lachapelle, D., Gibis, J., Gervais, N., Duhaime, M. 1998
The Use of the Ilizarov Method in Children for Limb Lengthening.
Medscape Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, Vol. 2(6):1-17, 1998. PMID:
(16) Naudie, D., Hamdy, R.C., Duhaime, M. 1998
Complications of Limb Lengthening in Children with Underlying Bone Disorder.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. Vol. 80(A), No. 1, pp. 18-24, 1998. PMID:
(15) Hamdy, R.C., Silvestri, A., Rivard, C.H., and Ehrlich, M. 1997
Evaluation histologique de la regeneration osseuse dans les cas d’allongement des membres
suivant la technique d’Ilizarov. Une etude experimentale chez le chien.
Annales de chirurgie, Vol. 51, No. 8, pp. 875-883, 1997. PMID:
(14) Naudie, D., Hamdy, R.C., Fassier, F., Morin, B., Duhaime, M. 1997
Management of Fibular Hemimelia: Amputation or Limb-Lengthening.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 79(B):58-65, 1997. PMID:
(14) Hamdy, R.C., Stanitsky, D. 1996
Humeral Lengthening: A Technical Note.
Journal of Orthopaedic Techniques, Vol. 4, pp. 40-43. June 1996. PMID:
(12) Grimard, G., Naudie, D., Laberge, L.C., Hamdy, R.C. 1996
Open Fractures of the Tibia in Children. PMID:
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. No. 232, pp. 62-70, November 1996. PMID:
(11) Hamdy, R.C., Lawton, L., Carey, T., Wiley, J. and Marton, D. 1996
Subacute Hematogenous Osteomyelitis: Are Biopsy and Surgery Always Indicated?
Journal of Paediatric Orthopaedics, Vol. 16 (2), pp. 220-223, 1996. PMID:
(10) Hamdy, R.C., Stanitsky, D. 1995
Ilizarov Tibial Lengthening. A Technical Note.
The Journal of Orthopaedic Techniques, Vol. 3, No. 2, 1995. PMID:
(9) Hamdy, R.C., Walsh, W., Olmedo, , M., Wallach, M. Ehrlich, M. 1995
Correlation Between Ultrasound Imaging and Mechanical and Physical
Properties of Lengthened Bone. An Experimental Study in a Canine Model.
Journal of Paediatric Orthopaedics, Vol. 15:pp. 206-211, 1995. PMID:
(8) Russell NA, Hamdy R.C., Benoit BG, Belanger GJ. 1994
Odontoid Hypoplasia, atlantoaxial instability and cervical myelopathy in pseudoachondroplasia
Ann Saudi Med. 1994 Jan;14(1):61-3. PMID:
(7) Walsh, W., Hamdy, R.C., and Ehrlich, M. 1994
Biomechanical and Physical Properties of Regenerative Bone in Limb Lengthening:
An Experimental Study in Dogs.
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, No. 306, pp. 230-238, 1994. PMID:
(6) Hamdy, R. and Ehrlich, M. 1994
A Simple Method of Performing Derotation Subtrochanteric Osteotomy of the Femur Using
Four Pins: A Technical Note.
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research: No. 302, pp. 111-114, 1994. PMID:
(5) Hamdy, R.C., Babyn, P. and Krajbich, I. 1993
Use of Bone Scan in the Management of Patients with Peripheral Gangrene due to Fulminant
Journal of Paediatric Orthopaedics 13:447-451, 1993. PMID:
(4) Hamdy, R.C., Dhir A, Cameron B, Jones H, Fitzgerald G.W. 1988
Snowmobile Injuries in Northern Newfoundland and Labrador: an 18-Year Review.
Journal of Trauma, Vol. 28, No. 8, pp. 1232-1237, 1988. PMID:
(3) Hamdy, R.C. Beach, D. and Pinder, N. 1988
Snowmobile injuries in Northern Newfoundland and Labrador
during the 1985-1986 Winter Season.
Arctic Medical Research, 47 suppl. 1:pp. 406-408. 1988. PMID:
(2) Hamdy, R. C. 1986
Grenfell Clinical Quarterly. Volume 2,2, 1986. PMID:
(1) Hamdy, R.C., George, R. 1986
Trauma in the Grenfell Area.
Grenfell Clinical Quarterly. Volume 2, 1, 1986. PMID:
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
(1) Hamdy, R.C., Rendon, JS, Tabrizian, M.
Distraction Osteogenesis and its challenges in Bone Regeneration
Bone Regeneration, Edited: Haim Tal, Intech. 2012
(2) Fassier, F. and Hamdy, R.C.
Arthrogrypotic Syndromes and Osteochondrodysplasias,
in Orthopaedic Knowledge Update Paediatrics , 3rd.Edition. 2005.
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Publication
(3) Hamdy, RC.
Vertical Talus in "Pediatric Orthopedics" Pediatric Orthopedics p. 24 – 32.
Editors: Cramer, S., Scherl, S. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2004.
(4) Duhaime, M. and Hamdy, R.C.
Neuromuscular Problems in Children. - Current Opinion in Orthopaedics. Vol. 9(6):1-8, 1998.
(5) Krajbich, I. and Hamdy, R.C.
Primary Surgical Treatment of Ewing’s Sarcoma. In Complications of Limb Salvage Surgery.
p. 549-553. Ed. E. Brown, 6thInternational Symposium on Limb Salvage Surgery. September 8-11, 1991,
(6) Krajbich, I., Hamdy, R.C., deBarie, T.
Large Allografts in Tumour Reconstruction Surgery in Skeletally Immature Children. In Complications of
Limb Salvage Surgery.
Pp. 527-532. Ed. E. Brown, 6th International Symposium on Limb Salvage Surgery, September 8- 11, 1991,
(7) Hamdy, R.C. and Uhthoff, H.
Development of the Cervical Spine. In The Embryology of the Human Locomotor System by Uhthoff, H.
Springer Verlag, pp. 43-50, 1990.
LETTERS TO EDITORS
(1) Naudie, D., Hamdy, R.C., Fassier, F., and Duhaime, M. 1998
Letter to the Editors.
J Bone Joint Surg, Vol. 80-A, No. 10, pp. 1552-1553, 1998.
(2) Hamdy, R., Naudie, D., Fassier, F., and Duhaime, M. 1997
Letter to the Editors.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Vol. 79(B), No. 6, pp. 1041, November 1997.
EDITOR OF BOOKS OR MONOGRAPH
Editor of Monograph from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons : 2012
Management of limb Length Discrepancy. Includes 23 authors.
(Co-editor: Dr. J. McCarthy)
NON PEER REVIEW PUBLICATIONS
(18) Hamdy, R.C. 2009
Supracondylar Fractures Require Treatment on the Same Day
Canadian Orthopaedic Association Bulletin, Spring 2009, No. 84, page 20, 21.
(17) Hamdy, R.C. 2008
La Recherche Medicale au Canada Durant la Derniere Decennie
La Gazette de la Societe Francaise d’Orthopedie Pediatrique (SOFOP)
Octobre-Novembre 2008, No. 25, page 10-12.
(16) Hamdy, R.C. 2006
Management of Hip Problems in patients with Cerebral Palsy.
19th Ste-Justine; Paediatric Orthopaedic Review Course. April 2006.
(15) Hamdy, R.C. 2005
Avascular Necrosis of the Femoral Head in Adolescents.
18th. Ste-Justine Paediatric Orthopaedics Review Course. March 28, 2005.
(14) Hamdy, R.C. 2004
Bone Graft Substitutes.- LLRS/ASAMI meeting, Toronto, Canada, July 26 – 28, 2004.
(13) Hamdy, R.C. 2003
Pelvic Osteotomies. Syllabus. - 16th Ste-Justine Paed. Orth. Review Course. March 28, 2003
(12) Hamdy, R.C. 2002
Rational for Pelvic Osteotomies: Where, When, and How? Syllabus.
15th Ste-Justine Paediatric Orthopaedics Review Course. March 28, 2002.
(11) Hamdy, R.C. 2000
Vertical Talus. - 13th Ste-Justine Paed Ortho; Review Course. -Syllabus. pp. 119-124. April 2000
(10) Hamdy, R. C. 1999
Knee Injuries. - 12th Ste-Justine Paediatric Orthopaedic Review Course.
Syllabus. pp. 129-139. April 1999.
(9) Hamdy, R. C. 1998
Osteotomies around the Adolescent Hip. Classification and Indications.
11th Ste-Justine Paediatric Orthopaedic Review Course. Syllabus, pp. 110-122, 1998.
(8) Hamdy, R. C. 1997
The Management of Joint Contractures in Children. - 10th Ste. Justine Paed. Ortho. Review Course.
Syllabus. pp. 490-496. April 11, 1997. Montreal, Quebec.
(7) Hamdy, R. C. 1997
The Management of Angular Deformities in Children.
10th Ste-Justine Paediatric Orthopaedic Review Course.
pp. 269-285. April 10, 1997. Montreal Quebec.
(6) Hamdy, R.C. 1997
Arthrodesis of the Hip in Children a Adolescents: Indications in 1997.
11th McGill Orthopaedic Update Course. The Hip: from the Newborn
to the Elderly. March 6-9, 1997. Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. Syllabus.
(5) Hamdy, R.C. 1996
Management of Post-Traumatic Osteomyelitis
9th Ste. Justine Paediatric Orthopaedic Review Course. Syllabus pp. 38-53. 1996
(4) Hamdy, R.C. 1995
Management of Congenital Anomalies of the Lower Limb.
8th Ste-Justine Paediatric Orthopaedic Review Course. Syllabus. pp. 171-201. 1995
(3) Hamdy, R.C. 1994
Management of Limb Length Discrepancy.
7th Ste. Justine Paediatric Orthopaedic Review Course. Syllabus. pp. 156-184. 1994
(2) Hamdy, R. C., Wiley, J. 1989
Haematogenous Osteomyelitis: A Changing Scene? In Proceedings of the 1989
Dewar Orthopaedic Society.
Ed. D. Hoffman, Vol. 15: pp. 30-41, 1989
(1) Hamdy, R. and El Adwar, L. 1981
Fractures of the Upper End of the Humerus. A Prospective Study of 90 Cases.
Thesis for the Partial Fulfilment of the Master’s Degree in Orthopaedics.
Faculty of Medicine, University of Alexandria, 1981