Orthopaedic Summit 2017 - Faculty Details

 

Hollis G. Potter, MD

Hospital for Special Surgery 
New York, NY UNITED STATES

Hollis G. Potter, M.D., is Chairman of the Department of Radiology and Imaging, and holds the Coleman Chair in MRI Research at the Hospital for Special Surgery. She is the Director of the HSS MRI laboratory and is Professor of Radiology at Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Dr. Potter is the author of 231 peer-reviewed articles and 65 chapters. Her prior and current research interests lie in the use of quantitative MR imaging as a biomarker for assessment of early depletion of matrix from cartilage and fibrocartilage, as well as the reduction of susceptibility artifact around orthopaedic hardware. Dr. Potter serves an active role on five current NIH NIAMS grants, as Principal Investigator, Co-Investigator, and Consultant. She has been the co-recipient of the AOA research award, the Cabaud award for excellence in basic science research from the AOSSM, and the Nicholas Andry award from the ABJS. She has served on several NIH/NIAMS Study Sections since 2007 and the research committee of the AOSSM. Many of her current basic science imaging projects have been successfully transported into clinical use and implementation.


12/6/2017
08:58 - 09:12
General Session: Knee Sports - Bellagio 5-7 The Patella
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Lecture: Cartilage Imaging - New Techniques and My Wizardry - Listen Up!
Presenter
12/6/2017
16:20 - 16:35
General Session: Knee Sports - Bellagio 5-7 Anterior Cruciate Ligament, Continued
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Lecture: An MRI Primer: You Thought You Knew It All - Ligaments, The Corners & Complex Knee Issues
Presenter
12/8/2017
14:01 - 14:21
Concurrent: Hip Arthroplasty - Renoir 1 The Controversies Continue
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Lecture: Imaging of the Hip and Pelvis: MRI Correlations in Hip Preservation and Arthroplasty
Presenter
12/8/2017
16:23 - 16:43
General Session: Shoulder - Bellagio 5-7 Anterior Instability, Continued
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Lecture: What You Never Knew from the Shoulder MRI: Biceps, Labrum, Instability, Cuff and More - Listen Up!
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Disclosures

Stock received from Imagen
Support received from Institutional Reseach Support, General Electric Healthcare
Editorial or Governing board of Associate Editor, AOSSM