2017 ISAKOS Biennial Congress Abstract Author


Andreas Voss, MD

sporthopaedicum & University Hospital of Regensburg
Regensburg, BY GERMANY

Professor Andreas Voss, M.D. was trained at the Department of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine at the Technical University of Munich and the Department of Trauma Surgery at the University Hospital of Regensburg. He is specialized in shoulder and elbow surgery and is currently working the sporthopaedicum group in Regensburg. In-between his training he spent one year as a Sports Medicine Research Fellow at the University of Connecticut (Farmington, USA), focusing in shoulder research and surgery. Besides his medical degree from the University of Regensburg (Germany), he also graduated from the SRH University of Riedlingen as a health economist, specialized in hospital management. He is an active member of the ESA-ESSKA section, working within the communication group. He also is an active member of the Association for Arthroscopy and Joint Surgery (AGA), German Association for Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (DVSE), and the International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ISAKOS). Within the ISAKOS he worked as a member of the shoulder committee. Besides his enthusiasm and interest in research, he also greatly supports medical education. Therefore, he was one of the founding members of a special student’s board within the AGA. Due to a unique stepwise curriculum, the medical students are taught in the basic principles of joint surgery to enthuse them for orthopaedic surgery. He also holds the certificate of higher education of Bavaria and received serval grants and awards (e.g. co.don Research Award, Alwin Jäger Foundation Award, ESSKA-ESA Contributor Award, German Research Foundation grant, AGA Research grant, Research Award - Brazilian Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Bavarian Research Alliance grant)

Sun 06/04
14:00 - 14:05
Room 2-4: Concurrent 4 Knee - Patellofemoral & High Rotating Knee
Biomechanical Consequences of Excessive Patellar Distalization
Mon 06/05
16:56 - 16:59
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2 Shoulder
Gong Show Paper
Finite Element Analysis to Detect the Acromion Fracture Risk Following Anatomic AC Joint Repair
Shoulder - Other
Anatomical Investigation of the Acromion Shape, Thickness and Bone Mineral Density to Support Treatment of Acromioclavicular Joint Instability