We are excited to announce the publication of the book “Mechanical Simulation with MATLAB“, in Springer by Dan B. Marghitu, Hamid Ghaednia, and Jing Zhao. This book deals with the simulation of the mechanical behavior of engineering structures, mechanisms and components. It presents a set of strategies and tools… Read More »New Book from SORG
Today in our journal club, we discussed a paper by Weissman et al. (2021) titled “Effects of Neighborhood-level Data on Performance and Algorithmic Equity of a Model That Predicts 30-day Heart Failure Readmissions at an Urban Academic Medical Center,” published in the Journal of Cardiac… Read More »Notes from the Journal Club (10/25/2021)
We are sharing notes from our regular collaborative journal club meetings—here are some updates from our last couple of meetings: October 4, 2021: In today’s journal club, we discussed a paper by Rajkomar et al (2018) in npj digital medicine titled “Scalable and accurate deep learning with electronic health records.” We discussed the approach… Read More »Notes from recent Journal Club meetings
Dr. Joseph Schwab, Chief of the Orthopaedic Spine Center at Massachusetts General Hospital and Director of SORG, is featured in a new video from the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at MGH. Watch the video to hear Dr. Schwab discuss the importance of the multidisciplinary care… Read More »Meet Dr. Joseph Schwab
We are excited to announce the publication of the book “Chordoma of Spine-A Comprehensive Review“, in Springer by Daniel Sciubba, MD, MBA, and Joseph Schwab. This book provides a comprehensive review of the epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and management of chordomas of the mobile spine and sacrum. Historically,… Read More »New Book from SORG
Learn more about machine learning in orthopaedics in the June issue of Seminars in Spine Surgery, guest-edited by the director of the SORG Orthopaedic Research Group, Dr. Joseph Schwab!
Welcome to the new SORG Orthopaedic Research Group website! We are also excited to welcome the interns who will be working together with us this summer. Welcome Ali, Jack, Jessica, Lily, Melinda, Nadine, Rohan and Will!