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Ivan Cheng, MD
A. Academic History
1. Colleges and Universities Attended
1993
University of California, Berkeley
BA, Neurobiology
1998
Harvard Medical School
MD
2. Scholarships and Honors
1993
Highest Distinction in General Scholarship
(equivalent to Summa Cum Laude)
University of California, Berkeley
1993
Phi Beta Kappa
1997
Student Abstract Prize
American Gastroenterological Association
Digestive Diseases Week, Washington, DC
1997
Cum Laude
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA
2003
Timothy J. Bray Trauma Award
U.C. Davis Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
3. Post-Doctoral and Residency Training
1998-1999
Internship, General Surgery
U.C. Davis Medical Center
1999-2003
Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery
U.C. Davis Medical Center
2003-2004
Fellowship, Spine Surgery
Washington University in St. Louis
4. Board Eligibility and Boards Passed
Board Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Part I (Written), Passed 2003
Part II (Orals), Passed 2006
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5. Other study and research opportunities
1992
Exchange of In-114m between DTPA and Abscess-Related
Proteins Summer Undergraduate Research Program in Biomedical
Sciences
The University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Principal Investigator: Ronald Weiner, Ph.D., Department of
Nuclear Medicine, University of Connecticut Health Center
1992-1993
Computer Algorithms in the Simulation of the Human Visual
System Undergraduate Honors Research
Principal Investigator: Donald A. Glaser, Ph.D., Nobel Laureate,
Department of Neurobiology, University of California, Berkeley
1996-1997
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Training Fellowship
for Medical Students
Principal Investigators: Edward M. Brown, M.D., Professor,
Department of Endocrinology, Brigham & Women’s Hospital,
Boston, MA; David I. Soybel, M.D., Associate Professor, General
Surgery, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA
2004-present “Expectations in Spondylolisthesis and Degenerative Disc Disease
Surgery: A Descriptive Study”
Principal Investigators: Eugene J. Carragee, M.D., Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford CA; Ivan Cheng, M.D., Clinical Instructor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2005-2013
2005-2010
“Determination of Distal Level for Fusions across the
Cervicothoracic Junction”
Principal Investigators: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
“Derotation of the Thoracic Spine using Pedicle Screws: A
Biomechanical Study”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2005-present “The Effects of Platelet-Rich Plasma on Extracellular Matrix
Metabolism of Human Annulus Fibrosus and Nucleus Pulposus
Cells”
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Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2007-present “Transplantation of Human Neuronal Stem Cells following Spinal
Cord Injury”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2007-present “Intraoperative Analysis of Derotation of the Thoracic Spine using
Linked Pedicle Screws”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2008-present “Incidence of Neck Pain among Arthroscopists”
Principal Investigator: Marc Safran, M.D., Professor, Department
of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical Center,
Stanford
2009-2013
“Combined Transplantation of Human Neural Stem Cells and
Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells following Acute Spinal Cord
Injury”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2009-present “Evaluation of Ultraporous Beta-Tricalcium Phosphate as a Bone
Graft Extender in the Surgical Treatment of Adolescent Idiopathic
Scoliosis”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2009-present “Osteocel® Plus in Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion
(ACDF): Evaluation of Radiographic and Patient Outcomes”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2010-present “18F Sodium Fluoride PET/CT Scanning for the Evaluation of
Musculoskeletal Pain and Injury”
Principal Investigators: Andrew Quon, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Radiology; Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
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2011-present “A Biomechanical Comparison of Shape Design and Positioning of
Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion Cages”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2011-present “Timing of Local versus Distal Transplantation of
Human Neuronal Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
Funding: 2011 Cervical Spine Research Society Starter/Seed Grant
2012-present “Biomechanical Study on the Risk of Proximal Junctional
Kyphosis Associated with 3 Different Posterior Segmental Adult
Spinal Deformity Constructs Ending in the Upper versus Lower
Thoracic Spine”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2012-present “The Effect of Warfarin on Spinal Fusion”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2012-present “The treatment of facet mediated pain secondary to early
osteoarthritis with autologous protease inhibitor concentrate
(APIC)”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2012-present “Developing a patient-centered clinical tool for assessment of risk
of perioperative complications in spine surgery procedures”
Principal Investigator: John Ratliff, M.D.
Co-Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
Funding: 2012 OREF Spine Prospective Clinical Research Grant
2012-present “Outcomes of Two Different Techniques Using the Lateral
Approach for Lumbar Interbody Arthrodesis”
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
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2013-present “Unilateral versus bilateral pedicle screws following placement of
an expandable interbody cage"
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2013-present “Risk of instability following decompression-alone for
grade I degenerative spondylolisthesis "
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
2013-present “Use of Calcium Phosphate-Hydrogel Composite as a Carrier for
Enhancement of BMP-2-Induced Lumbar Fusion in a Rabbit
Model"
Principal Investigator: Ivan Cheng, M.D., Assistant Professor,
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Medical
Center, Stanford
A. Employment history
12/1/05-11/30/15
Assistant Professor
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University School of Medicine
8/23/04-11/30/05
Clinical Instructor
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University School of Medicine
B. Public and professional service
2004-present
Chief
Education Committee
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University School of Medicine
2005-2008
Reviewer
The Spine Journal
2009-present
Associate Editorial Board Member
The Spine Journal
2006-present
Reviewer
Spine
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2007-present
Active Member
North American Spine Society
2007
Residency Program Director
Interim
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University School of Medicine
2007-2008
Residency Program Associate Director
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University School of Medicine
2008-2013
Residency Program Director
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University School of Medicine
2008-present
Active Member
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery
2010-present
Active Member
Society of Lateral Access Surgery
2011-present
Active Member
Cervical Spine Research Society
2012-present
Active Fellow
Scoliosis Research Society
2012-present
Member
Section on Spine Biologics and Basic Science
North American Spine Society
2012-present
Member
Scientific Program Committee
Cervical Spine Research Society
2012-present
Reviewer
Global Spine Journal
2013-present
Chair
Awards Committee
Cervical Spine Research Society
2013-present
Active Member
AAOS Biological Implants Committee
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2013-present
Active Member
ASTM International (formerly American Society for
Testing and Materials)
2013-present
Active Member
American Orthopaedic Association
C. Post-degree honors and awards
2005
Saul Halpern, MD Orthopaedic Educator Award
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University Medical Center
2006
The ISSLS Prize in Clinical Research: “Does Minor Trauma Cause
Serious Low Back Illness”
ISSLS 33rd Annual Meeting
International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine
Bergen, Norway
2006
NASS Outstanding Paper Award in Surgical Science: “Surgical Treatment
for Unstable Low-Grade Isthmic Spondylolisthesis in Adults: A
Prospective Study of Posterior Instrumented Fusion Compared to
Combined Anterior – Posterior Fusion”
North American Spine Society 21st Annual Meeting
Seattle, WA
September 26-29, 2006
2006
NASS Outstanding Paper Winner in Medical & Interventional Science:
“Are First-Time Episodes of Serious LBP Associated with New MRI
Findings?”
North American Spine Society 21st Annual Meeting
Seattle, WA
September 26-29, 2006
2007
NASS Best Paper Award – “Validation of a ‘Minimum Acceptable
Outcomes’ Model for Outcomes Assessment in Spinal Surgery”
North American Spine Society 22nd Annual Meeting
Austin, TX
October 23-27, 2008
2007
American Orthopaedic Association Emerging Leaders Program
2010
American Orthopaedic Association-Japanese Orthopaedic Association
(AOA-JOA) Traveling Fellow
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2010
OREF/ORS Resident Research Symposium First Place in Basic Science
“The Acute Transplantation of Human Neuronal Stem Cells following
Spinal Cord Injury”
2012
Western Orthopaedic Association Young Investigator Award
“Functional Assessment of Acute Local versus Distal Transplantation of
Human Neural Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
D. Scholarly publications
1. Peer-reviewed articles (54 TOTAL; 45 published, 9 in progress)
1. Cima RR, Cheng I*, Klingensmith ME, Chattopadhyay N, Kifor O,
Hebert SC, Brown EM, Soybel DI. (1997) “Identification and
functional assay of an extracellular calcium sensing receptor in
Necturus gastric mucosa.” Am J Phys, Nov;273(5):G1051-60.
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Participated extensively in acquisition of data as well as analysis and
interpretation of data. Participated extensively in drafting of entire
manuscript. Participated extensively in statistical analysis of data.
2. Chattopadhyay N, Cheng I*, Rogers K, Riccardi D, Hall A, Diaz R,
Hebert SC, Soybel DI, Brown EM. (1998) “Identification and
localization of extracellular Ca2+-sensing receptor in the rat intestine.”
Am J Phys, Jan;274(1):G122-30. *Participated extensively in
acquisition of data as well as analysis and interpretation of data.
Participated extensively in drafting of entire manuscript. Participated
extensively in statistical analysis of data.
3. Cheng I, Klingensmith ME, Chattopadhyay N, Kifor O, Butters RR,
Soybel DI, Brown EM. (1998) “Identification and localization of the
extracellular calcium-sensing receptor in human breast.” J Clin
Endocrinol Metab, Feb;83(2):703-7.
4. Cheng I, Qureshi I, Chattopadhyay N, Qureshi A, Butters RR, Hall
AE, Cima RR, Rogers KV, Hebert SC, Brown EM, Soybel DI. (1999)
“Expression of an extracellular calcium-sensing receptor in rat
stomach.” Gastroenterology, Jan;116(1):118-26.
5. Luhmann SJ, Bridwell KH, Cheng I*, Imamura T, Lenke LG,
Schootman M. (2005) “Use of bone morphogenetic protein-2 for adult
spinal deformity.” Spine, Sep;30(17S):S110-7. *Participated
extensively in acquisition of data as well as analysis and interpretation
of data. Participated extensively in drafting of entire manuscript.
Participated extensively in statistical analysis of data.
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6. Cheng I, Kim JY, Gupta MC, Bridwell KH, Hurford RK, Lee SS,
Theeranjunyaport T, Lenke LG. (2005) “Apical sublaminar wires
versus pedicle screws - which provides better results for surgical
correction of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis?” Spine, Sep;30(18):210412.
7. Hurford RK, Lenke LG, Lee SS, Cheng I*, Sides B, Bridwell KH.
(2006) “Prospective radiographic and clinical outcomes of dual rod
instrumented anterior spinal fusion in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis:
Comparison with single rod constructs.” Spine, Sept 15;31(20):2322-8.
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Participated extensively in acquisition of data. Participated
extensively in critical revision of the manuscript for important
intellectual content. Participated extensively in administrative support.
8. Carragee EJ, Swan J, Malek F, van den Haak EL, Cheng I*, Alamin
TF, Hurwitz E. (2006) 2006 NASS Outstanding Paper Award in
Surgical Science: “Surgical treatment for unstable low-grade isthmic
spondylolisthesis in adults: A prospective controlled study of posterior
instrumented fusion compared to combined anterior-posterior fusion.”
Spine J 6:606-14. *Participated extensively in analysis and
interpretation of data. Participated extensively in drafting of the
manuscript. Participated extensively in technical support.
9. Carragee EJ, Alamin TF, Cheng I*, Franklin TD, Hurwitz E. (2006)
2006 ISSLS Prize in Clinical Research: “Does minor trauma cause
serious low back pain illness?” Spine, December 1;31(25):2942-9.
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Participated extensively in analysis and interpretation of data.
Participated extensively in drafting of the manuscript. Participated
extensively in technical support.
10. Carragee EJ, Alamin TF, Cheng I*, Franklin TF, Hurwitz E, van den
Haak EL. (2006) 2006 NASS Outstanding Paper Winner - Medical &
Interventional Science: “Are first time episodes of serious LBP
associated with new MRI findings?” Spine J 6:624-35. *Participated
extensively in analysis and interpretation of data. Participated
extensively in drafting of the manuscript. Participated extensively in
technical support.
11. Riew KD, Cheng I*, Pimenta LHM, Taylor BA. (2007) “Posterior
cervical spine surgery for radiculopathy.” Neurosurgery, Jan;60(Supp1
1):S57-63. *Participated extensively in analysis and interpretation of
data. Participated extensively in drafting entire manuscript.
Participated extensively in technical support.
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12. Cheng I, Wildstein M, Oshtory R. (2007) “Role of osteobiologics in
spinal deformity.” Neurosurg Clin N Am, Apr;18(2):393-401.
13. Mitra R, Ghazi U, Kirpalani D, Cheng I. (2007) “ Interspinous
ligament steroid injections for the management of Baastrup’s disease:
a case report.” Arch Phys Med Rehabil, Oct;88(10):1353-6.
14. Carragee EJ, Hurwitz EL, Cheng I*, Carroll LJ, Nordin M, Guzman J,
Peloso P, Holm LW, Côté P, Hogg-Johnson S, van der Velde G,
Cassidy JD, Haldeman S. (2008) “Treatment of neck pain: injections
and surgical interventions: results of the Bone and Joint Decade 20002010 Task Force on Neck Pain and Its Associated Disorders.” Spine,
Feb 15;33(4 Suppl):S153-69. *Participated extensively in analysis and
interpretation of data. Participated extensively in drafting of the
manuscript. Participated extensively in technical support.
15. Carragee EJ, Hurwitz EL, Cheng I*, Carroll LJ, Nordin M, Guzman J,
Peloso P, Holm LW, Côté P, Hogg-Johnson S, van der Velde G,
Cassidy JD, Haldeman S; Secretariat of the Bone and Joint Decade
2000–2010 Task Force on Neck Pain and its Associated Disorders
(2008). “The authors’ reply to the letter to the editor by Paul Dreyfuss
et al.” Eur Spine J, Sep;17(9):1273-5. *Participated extensively in
drafting of entire manuscript.
16. Patel AA, Spiker WR, Daubs MD, Brodke DS, Cheng I*, Glasgow
RE. (2008) “Retroperitoneal lymphocele following anterior spinal
surgery.” Spine, Aug 15;33(18):E648-52. *Participated extensively in
acquisition of data as well as analysis and interpretation of data.
Participated extensively in drafting of entire manuscript. Participated
extensively in statistical analysis of data.
17. Mitra R, Wedemeyer M, Cheng I. (2008) “A shot from the past: longterm sequellae of chymopapain injections.” Pain Pract, JulAug;8(4):331-2.
18. Bales CP, Cheng I*, Matheson G, Ouyang D, Dragoo JL. (2009)
“College football player with unstable C1 fracture: a case report.” Am J
Sports Med, Jan;37(1):195-8. *Participated extensively in acquisition
of data as well as analysis and interpretation of data. Participated
extensively in drafting of entire manuscript.
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19. Carragee EJ, Hurwitz EL, Cheng I*, Carroll LJ, Nordin M, Guzman J,
Peloso P, Holm LW, Côté P, Hogg-Johnson S, van der Velde G,
Cassidy JD, Haldeman S. (2009) “Treatment of neck pain: injections
and surgical interventions: results of the Bone and Joint Decade 20002010 Task Force on Neck Pain and its Associated Disorders.” J
Manipulative Physiol Ther, Feb;32(2 Suppl):S176-93. *Participated
extensively in acquisition of data as well as analysis and interpretation
of data. Participated extensively in drafting of entire manuscript.
Participated extensively in statistical analysis of data.
20. Cheng I. (2009) “Point of view: spinopelvic parameters in postfusion
flatback deformity patients.” Spine J, Aug;9(8):672-3.
21. Carragee EJ, Cheng I. (2010) “Minimum acceptable outcomes after
lumbar spinal fusion.” Spine J, Apr;10(4):313-20.
22. Cheng I, Hay DC, Iezza A, Lindsey D, Lenke LG. (2010)
“Biomechanical analysis of derotation of the thoracic spine using
Linked pedicle screws.” Spine, May;35(10):1039-43.
23. Mitra R, Do H, Alamin TF, Cheng I. (2010) “Facet pain in thoracic
compression fractures.” Pain Med, Nov;11(11):1674-7.
24. Fleager K, Lee A, Cheng I*, Hou L, Ryu S, Boakye M. (2010) “Case
report of massive spontaneous epidural hematoma in a high-level
swimmer.” J Bone Joint Surg Am, Dec;92(17):2843-6. *Participated
extensively in acquisition of data as well as analysis and interpretation
of data. Participated extensively in drafting of entire manuscript.
25. Wang B, Lu G, Patel AA, Ren P, Cheng I. (2011) “An evaluation of
the learning curve for a complex surgical technique: the full
endoscopic interlaminar approach for lumbar disc herniations.” Spine
J, Feb;11(2):122-30.
26. Arrigo RT, Kalanithi P, Cheng I*, Alamin T, Carragee EJ, Mindea
SA, Park J, Boakye M. (2011) “Predictors of survival after surgical
treatment of spinal metastasis.” Neurosurgery, Mar;68(3):674-81.
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Participated extensively in acquisition of data as well as in drafting of
entire manuscript.
27. Samagh S, Cheng I*, Elzik M, Kondrashov D, Rinsky L. (2011)
“Kyphectomy in the treatment of myelomeningocele patients.” Spine J,
Mar;11(3):e5-e11. *Participated extensively in acquisition of data as
well as analysis and interpretation of data. Participated extensively in
drafting of entire manuscript. Participated extensively in statistical
analysis of data.
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28. Ha KY, Carragee EJ, Cheng I*, Kwon SE, Kim YH. (2011)
“Pregabalin as a neuroprotector after spinal cord injury in the rat:
biochemical analysis and effect on glial cells.” J Korean Med Sci,
Mar;26(3):404-11. *Participated extensively drafting of entire
manuscript. Participated extensively in statistical analysis of data.
29. Smith MW, Rahn KA, Shugart RM, Belschner CD, Stout KS, Cheng
I. (2011) “Comparison of perioperative parameters and complications
observed in the anterior exposure of the lumbar spine by a spine
surgeon with and without the assistance of an access surgeon.” Spine J,
May;11(5):389-94.
30. Arrigo RT, Kalanithi SA, Cheng I*, Alamin TF, Carragee EJ, Mindea
SA, Boakye M, Park J. (2011) “Charlson Score is a robust predictor of
30-day complications following spinal metastasis surgery.” Spine,
Sep;36(19):E1274-80. *Participated extensively in acquisition of data
as well as analysis and interpretation of data. Participated extensively
in drafting of entire manuscript.
31. Wang B, Lu G, Deng Y, Liu W, Li J, Cheng I. (2011) “Anterior
endoscopically-assisted transcervical reconstruction of the upper
cervical spine.” Eur Spine J, Sep;20(9):1526-32.
32. Lü G, Wang B, Liu W, Li J, Cheng I. (2011) “Anterior debridement
and reconstruction via thoracoscopy-assisted mini-open approach for
the treatment of thoracic spinal tuberculosis: a minimum five-year
follow-up study.” Eur Spine J Mar;21(3):463-9.
33. Wang B, Lu G, Liu W, Cheng I. (2011) “Anterior radical debridement
and reconstruction using titanium mesh cages for the surgical
treatment of thoracic and thoracolumbar spinal tuberculosis: minimum
five-year follow-up.” Turk Neurosurg, 21(4):575-81.
34. Patel AA, Cheng I*, Yao J, Huffman GR. (2011) “The American
orthopaedic association-Japanese Orthopaedic Association 2010
traveling fellowship.” J Bone Joint Surg Am, Dec 21;93(24):e1501-5.
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Participated extensively in drafting of entire manuscript.
35. Chen YR, Boakye M, Arrigo RT, Kalanithi SA, Cheng I*, Alamin TF,
Carragee EJ, Mindea SA, Park J. (2012) “Morbidity and mortality of
C1-2 fractures in the elderly: surgery and conservative treatment.”
Neurosurgery, May; 70(5):1055-9. *Participated extensively in
acquisition of data as well as analysis and interpretation of data.
Participated extensively in drafting of entire manuscript.
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36. Cheng I. (2012) “Spinopelvic parameters: how far have we come?”
Spine J May 12(5):447-8.
37. Abrams J, Lee G, Mindea SA, Haynes CM, Cheng I. (2012)
“Arachnoid ossificans containing metaplastic hematopoietic marrow
resulting in diffuse thoracic intrathecal cysts and severe myelopathy: a
case report.” Eur Spine J, June;21 Suppl 4:S436-40.
38. Barr CR, Cheng I*, Chou L, Hunt KJ. (2012) “Foot and ankle
questions on the Orthopaedic In-Training Examination: analysis of
content, references, and performance.” Orthopedics, June; 35(6):
e880-8. *Participated extensively in acquisition of data as well as
drafting of entire manuscript.
39. Carragee EJ, Baker RM, Benzel EC, Bigos SJ, Cheng I*, Corbin TP,
Deyo RA, Hurwitz EL, Jarvik JG, Kang JD, Lurie JD, Mroz TE, Oner
FC, Peul WC, Rainville J, Ratliff JK, Rihn JA, Rothman DJ, Schoene
ML, Spengler DM, Weiner BK. (2012) “A biologic without
guidelines: the YODA project and the future of bone morphogenetic
protein-2 research.” Spine J. 2012 Oct;12(10):877-80. *Participated
extensively in drafting of entire manuscript.
40. Wang B, Lü G, Liu W, Cheng I*, Patel AA. (2012) “Full-endoscopic
interlaminar approach for the surgical treatment of lumbar disc
herniation: the causes and prophylaxis of conversion to open.” Arch
Orthop Trauma Surg, Nov;132(11):1531-8. *Participated extensively
in interpretation of data and in drafting of entire manuscript.
Participated extensively in statistical analysis of data.
41. Cheng I, Mayle RE, Cox CA, Park DY, Smith RL, Corcoran-Schwartz
I, Ponnusamy KE, Oshtory R, Smuck MW, Mitra R, Kharazi AI,
Carragee EJ. (2012) “Functional assessment of the acute local and
distal transplantation of human neural stem cells after spinal cord
injury.” Spine J, Nov;12(11):1040-4.
42. Joaquim AF, Cheng I*, Patel AA. (2012) “Post-operative spinal
deformity after treatment of intracanal spine lesions.” Spine J
Nov;12(11):1067-74. *Participated extensively in analysis and
interpretation of data as well as drafting of entire manuscript.
43. Mayle RE Jr, Cheng I*, Carragee EJ. (2012) “Thoracolumbar fracture
dislocation sustained during childbirth in a patient with ankylosing
spondylitis.” Spine J. 2012 Nov;12(11):e5-8. *Participated extensively
in drafting of entire manuscript.
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44. Park DY, Mayle RE, Smith RL, Corcoran-Schwartz I, Kharazi AI,
Cheng I. (2013) “Combined transplantation of human neuronal and
mesenchymal stem cells following spinal cord injury.” Global Spine J
2013 March; 03(01): 001-006.
45. Stauff MP, Cheng I. (2013). “Commentary: Complications: a critical
component of patient outcome.” Spine J. 2013 Apr 9, S1529-30.
[Epub ahead of print]
46. Wang B, Lü G, Liu W, Cheng I. (2013) “Single-stage posterior
vertebral column resection and intraoperative manual traction to
correct severe post-tubercular rigid spinal deformities incurred during
childhood: minimum 2-year follow-up.” Submitted to Spine J.
47. Briseno MR, Arrigo, RT, Bains N, Ravi S, Tran A, Cheng I. (2013)
“Outcomes of two different techniques using the lateral approach for
lumbar interbody arthrodesis.” Submitted to Spine J.
48. Carragee EJ, Cheng I, Wang MJ, Alamin TF, van den Haak EL;
(2011) “Expectations in spondylolisthesis and degenerative disc
disease surgery: a descriptive study.” Submitted to Spine J.
49. Carragee EJ, Cheng I, Wang MJ, Alamin TF, van den Haak EL.
(2011) “Minimum-acceptable outcomes and patient expectations in
spondylolisthesis and degenerative disc disease surgery: a feasibility
and descriptive study.” Submitted to Spine.
50. Agarwal V, Lindsey DP, Don A, Cheng I, Alamin TF. (2011)
“Improved biomechanical behavior under fatigue loading conditions of
kyphoplasty constructs prepared with alternative cementation methods
compared to standard methods.” Submitted to J Spinal Disord Tech.
51. Arrigo RT, Kalanithi P, Skirboll SL, Cheng I, Boakye M. (2011)
“Standardized reporting of perioperative complications following
cervical corpectomy.” In progress.
52. Cheng I, Romero N, Falkinstein Y, Vaughn Z. (2011)
“Retroperitoneal hematoma causing pudendal nerve palsy following
anterior spinal surgery.” In progress.
53. Safran M, Cheng I, Chou L. (2011) “Incidence of neck pain among
arthroscopists.” In progress.
54. Wang B, Lü G, Liu W, Li J, Cheng I. (2011) “Long-term outcomes of
a prosthetic disc nucleus replacement for the treatment of degenerative
lumbar disc disease: should partial disc replacement be performed?” In
progress.
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2. Non-Peer-Reviewed Articles
3. Books
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4. Book Chapters (5 TOTAL; 1 published; 4 in progress)
1. Carragee EJ, Cheng I. (2006) “Technological Advances and the
Dilemma of Disabling LBP Illness”, Emerging Spinal Surgery
Technologies: Current Evidence and Framework for Evaluation of
New Technology, Eds: Corbin T, Connolly PJ, Yuan HA, Bao QB,
Boden SD. Quality Medical Publishing.
2. Bundy J, Cheng I, Patel AA. “Radiographic Evaluation and
Spinopelvic Measurements”, Lumbo-Sacral and Pelvic Procedures, Ed:
Kim D, Quality Medical Publishing.
3. Cheng I, Menezes CM, van Dam B. “Radiological Evaluation of the
Lateral Approach”, eXtreme Lateral Interbody Fusion (XLIF), 2nd
Edition, Eds: Goodrich JA, Howell K, Malone M, Volcan I, Quality
Medical Publishing.
4. Cheng I, Stauff M. “Thoracic pedicle screw fixation”. The Spine, Eds:
Vaccaro A, Su B, Chiba K, Dvorak M, Mayer HM, Rajasekaran S,
Vialle L, Wang Y, Youssef MG. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
(P) Ltd.
5. Cheng I, Salari N, Carragee EJ. “Spine Surgery”, Anesthesiologist’s
Manual of Surgical Procedures, 5th Edition, Ed: Jaffe RA, Lippincott
Williams & Wilkins.
5. Book Reviews
6. Abstracts (3 TOTAL)
1. Cheng I, Kifor O, Chattopadhyay N, Butters RR, Cima RR, Hebert
SC, Brown EM, Soybel DI. (1997) “Expression of an extracellular
Ca++-sensing receptor in rat gastrointestinal tract.” Abstract for Annual
Meetings of: American Gastroenterological Association and American
Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, May 11-14, 1997.
2. Carragee EJ, Cheng I, Wang M. (2007) “Validation of a “minimum
acceptable outcomes” model for outcomes assessment in spinal
surgery.” Abstract accepted for paper presentation at the Annual
Meeting of North American Spine Society, October 23-27, 2007
3. Carragee EJ, Cheng I, Wang M. (2007) “Validation of a ‘minimum
acceptable outcomes’ model for outcomes assessment in spinal
surgery.” Abstract accepted for Annual Meeting of American Academy
of Orthopaedic Surgeons, February 2008.
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7. Invited Presentations (104 TOTAL)
1. Podium Presentation (2004)
“Use of Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2 for Anterior and Posterior
Adult Spinal Deformity Fusions”
The 11th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques
Southampton, Bermuda
July 1, 2004
2. Poster (2004)
“Preserving the Degenerated L5-S1 Segment in Degenerative Lumbar
Fusion Surgery in Older Patients: Is it Possible?”
The 11th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques
Southampton, Bermuda
July 1-3, 2004
3. Podium Presentation (2004)
“Apical Sublaminar Wires versus Pedicle Screws – Which Provides
better Results for Surgical Correction of Adolescent Idiopathic
Scoliosis?”
Scoliosis Research Society Annual Meeting
Buenos Aires, Argentina
September 7, 2004
4. Faculty (2004)
Cervical Spine Decompression & Stabilization
Practical Anatomy Workshop, Saint Louis University
Course Director: K. Daniel Riew, M.D.
St. Louis, MO
January 9-11, 2004
5. Grand Rounds (2004)
“Spine Trauma”
Department of General Surgery
Stanford University Medical Center
Stanford, CA
November 23, 2004
6. Dinner Lecture (2005)
Medtronic Sofamor Danek
“Use of Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2 for Anterior and Posterior
Adult Deformity Fusions”
Il Fornaio Restaurant
Palo Alto, CA
January 24, 2005
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7. Stanford University Medical Center Open Forum (2005)
“Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery: A Diagnostic and Therapeutic
Approach”
Carragee EJ, Alamin TF, Cheng I
Stanford University Medical Center
Stanford, CA
February 2, 2005
8. Podium Presentation (2005)
“Preserving the Degenerated L5-S1 Segment in Degenerative Lumbar
Fusion Surgery in Older Patients”
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Washington D.C.
February 24, 2005
9. Podium Presentation (2005)
“Apical Sublaminar wires versus Pedicle Screws – Which Provides
better Results for Surgical Correction of Adolescent Idiopathic
Scoliosis?”
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Washington D.C.
February 24, 2005
10. Grand Rounds (2005)
“A Review of Biologics in Spinal Fusion”
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University Medical Center
Stanford, CA
May 4, 2005
11. Faculty (2005)
Global Spine Course
Course Chairmen: Lawrence Lenke, M.D.; Rick Sasso, M.D.;
Chris Shaffrey, M.D.
Fairmont Hotel
San Francisco, CA
June 24-26, 2005
12. Presentation (2005)
Teleconference with Jaslok Hospital and Mumbai Hospital, India
“Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery”
Stanford University Medical Center
Stanford, CA
June 30, 2005
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13. Podium Presentation (2005)
“Preserving the Degenerated L5-S1 Segment in Degenerative Lumbar
Fusion Surgery in an Older Patient Population: Is it Possible?”
North American Spine Society 20th Annual Meeting
Philadelphia, PA
September 27-October 1, 2005
14. Podium Presentation (2005)
“Use of Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2 for Adult Spinal Deformity”
Young Lions MIS and Deformity Cadaver Program
Orthopaedic and Arthritic Institute Spinal Learning Centre
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
October 15, 2005
15. Podium Presentation (2005)
“Prospective Radiographic and Clinical Outcomes of Dual Rod
instrumented Anterior Spinal Fusion in Adolescent Idiopathic
Scoliosis: Comparison with single rod constructs”
Paper #89
Scoliosis Research Society 40th Annual Meeting
Miami, FL
October 27-30, 2005
16. Grand Rounds (2005)
“Disc Regeneration”
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University Medical Center
Stanford, CA
November 2, 2005
17. Faculty (2006)
DePuy Spine Deformity Think Tank
Directors: Munish Gupta, M.D., Peter Newton, M.D.
Las Vegas, NV
March 10-11, 2006
18. Faculty (2006)
Synthes Spine Chest Wall and Spine Deformity Think Tank
Directors: Randall Betz, M.D.; John Smith, M.D.
Naples, FL
March 30-April 1, 2006
19. Faculty (2006)
“Life after Fellowship”
Stryker Spine Symposium
San Francisco, CA
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April 28, 2006
20. Faculty (2006)
“An Overview of Spinal Deformities”
Stanford Health Library Series
San Carlos Public Library
San Carlos, CA
May 17, 2006
21. Podium Presentation (2006)
“Minimum Acceptable Outcomes and Expectations after Fusion for
Degenerative Disc Disease”
North American Spine Society 21st Annual Meeting
Seattle, WA
September 26-30, 2006
22. Poster Presentation (2006)
“Surgical Treatment for Unstable Low-Grade isthmic
Spondylolisthesis in Adults: A Prospective Controlled study of
Posterior Instrumented Fusion Compared to Combined AnteriorPosterior Fusion”
North American Spine Society 21st Annual Meeting
Seattle, WA
September 26-30, 2006
23. Podium Presentation (2006)
2006 NASS Outstanding Paper Winner - Medical & Interventional
Science: “Are First-Time Episodes of Serious LBP Associated with
New MRI Findings?”
North American Spine Society 21st Annual Meeting
Seattle, WA
September 26-30, 2006
24. Podium Presentation (2006)
2006 Outstanding Paper Award in Surgical Science: “Surgical
Treatment for Unstable Low-grade Isthmic Spondylolisthesis in
Adults: A Prospective Controlled study of Posterior Instrumented
Fusion compared to Combined Anterior-Posterior fusion”
North American Spine Society 21st Annual Meeting
Seattle, WA
September 26-30, 2006
25. Grand Rounds (2006)
“Dynamic Stabilization of the Spine”
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Stanford University Medical Center
Stanford, CA
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October 4, 2006
26. Podium Presentation (2007)
“Are First-Time Episodes of Serious LBP Associated with New MRI
Findings?”
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
February 14-18, 2007
27. Podium Presentation (2007)
“Does Minor Trauma Cause Serious Low Back Pain Illness?”
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
February 14-18, 2007
28. Poster Presentation (2007)
“Prospective Study of Posterior Fusion vs. Combined A-P Fusion for
Adult Spondylolisthesis”
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
February 14-18, 2007
29. Faculty (2007)
Spinal Deformity Representative Training
Stryker Spine
University of Michigan Medical Center
Ann Arbor, MI
March 30, 2007
30. Faculty (2007)
“Life after Fellowship”
Stryker Spine Symposium
San Francisco, CA
April 25, 2007
31. Podium Presentation (2007)
“Biomechanical Analysis of Derotation of the Thoracic Spine using
Linked Pedicle Screws”
The 14th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques
Paradise Island, Bahamas
July 11-14, 2007
32. Faculty (2007)
Spinal Deformity Representative Training
Stryker Spine
Allendale, NY
July 19, 2007
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33. Grand Rounds (2007)
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Loma Linda University
Loma Linda, CA
August 8, 2007
34. Faculty (2007)
Satellite Training Center
“Thoracic Pedicle Screws & Direct Apical Vertebral Derotation”
Medtronic
Stanford, CA
August 28, 2007
35. Faculty (2007)
Controversies in Cervical Spine Surgery
Course Director: John Carbone, M.D.
Stryker Spine
Baltimore, MD
September 7, 2007
36. Faculty (2007)
Young Lions Symposium
Stryker Spine
Las Vegas, NV
September 28, 2007
37. Faculty (2007)
Emerging Leaders in Spine Biologics Symposium
Stryker Biotech
Chicago, IL
October 13, 2007
38. Podium Presentation (2007)
2007 NASS Best Paper Award - Validation of a “Minimum
Acceptable Outcomes Model for Outcomes Assessment in Spinal
Surgery”
North American Spine Society 22nd Annual Meeting
Austin, TX
October 23-27, 2007
39. Faculty (2008)
Spinal Deformity Representative Training
Stryker Spine
University of Michigan Medical Center
Ann Arbor, MI
April 24-25, 2008
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40. Poster Presentation (2008)
“Kyphectomy for Treatment of Severe Kyphotic Deformity in Spina
Bifida”
Combined Meeting of the American Orthopaedic Association and
Canadian Orthopaedic Association
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
June 4-7, 2008
41. Faculty (2008)
Current Osteobiologic Options for Spinal Fusion Forum
Orthovita
The Benjamin Hotel, New York City, NY
June 14, 2008
42. Faculty (2008)
Considerations and Techniques in Complex Cervical Spine Surgery
Course Director: John Carbone, M.D.
Stryker Spine
Baltimore, MD
August 22, 2008
43. Chairman (2008)
Young Lions Symposium
Stryker Spine
Las Vegas, NV
September 26, 2008
44. Faculty (2008)
Emerging Trends and Advanced Surgical Techniques in Spinal
Deformity: Symposium 2008
Course Directors: Keith Bridwell, M.D., Hubert Labelle, M.D.,
Lawrence Lenke, M.D.
St. Louis, MO
November 6-8, 2008
45. Poster Presentation (2008)
“Biomechanical Determination of Distal Level for Fusions across the
Cervicothoracic Junction”
Cervical Spine Research Society
Austin, TX
December 4-6, 2008
46. Faculty (2009)
“Neck Pain: The Latest in Evaluation and Treatment”
Stanford Health Library Series
Tressider Union
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Stanford, CA
March 5, 2009
47. Faculty (2009)
Spinal Deformity Representative Training
Stryker Spine
Phoenix, AZ
March 12-13, 2009
48. Podium Presentation (2009)
“Biomechanical Determination of Distal Level for Fusions across the
Cervicothoracic Junction”
Spine Across the Sea
Maui, HI
July 26-30, 2009
49. Podium Presentation (2009)
“Intraoperative Analysis of Derotation of the Thoracic Spine using
Linked Pedicle Screws”
Spine Across the Sea
Maui, HI
July 26-30, 2009
50. Faculty (2009)
The 16th Advanced Techniques in Cervical Spine Decompression &
Stabilization
Course Director: K. Daniel Riew, M.D.
St. Louis, MO
August 6-8, 2009
51. Faculty (2009)
AO North America Spine Operating Room Personnel Course
Course Director: Rolando Roberto, M.D.
Reno, NV
October 10-11, 2009
52. Podium Presentation (2009)
“Biomechanical Determination of Distal Level for Fusions across the
Cervicothoracic Junction”
North American Spine Society 24th Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA
November 10-14, 2009
53. Faculty (2009)
Spinal Deformity Representative Training
Stryker Spine
Allendale, NJ
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December 8, 2009
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54. Faculty (2010)
Young Lions Symposium
Stryker Spine
Las Vegas, NV
January 8, 2010
55. Faculty (2010)
Deformity for Neurosurgeons
Course Chairmen: Chris Ames, M.D.; Vedat Deviren, M.D.
Las Vegas, NV
March 4-5, 2010
56. Faculty (2010)
Advanced Deformity Rep Training
Stryker Spine
Scottsdale, AZ
March 24-25, 2010
57. Faculty (2010)
“Neck Pain: The Latest in Evaluation and Treatment”
Stanford Health Library Series
Santa Cruz, CA
April 13, 2010
58. Visiting Professor (2010)
“Transplantation of Human Neuronal Stem Cells following Spinal
Cord Injury”
Fukuoka University
Fukuoka, Japan
May 18, 2010
59. Visiting Professor (2010)
“Derotation of the Thoracic Spine using Linked Pedicle Screws”
Kansai University
Osaka, Japan
May 20, 2010
60. Visiting Professor (2010)
“Surgical Treatment of Unstable Low-grade Isthmic Spondylolisthesis
in Adults: A Prospective Controlled Study of Posterior Instrumented
Fusion Compared to Combined Anterior-Posterior Fusion”
University of Tokyo
Tokyo, Japan
May 25, 2010
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61. Podium Presentation (2010)
“Intraoperative Analysis of Derotation of the Thoracic Spine using
Linked Pedicle Screws”
83rd Annual Congress of the Japanese Orthopaedic Association
Tokyo, Japan
May 29, 2010
62. Visiting Professor (2010)
“Derotation of the Thoracic Spine using Linked Pedicle Screws”
Kochi Medical School
Kochi, Japan
June 1, 2010
63. Visiting Professor (2010)
“Transplantation of Human Neuronal Stem Cells following Spinal
Cord Injury”
Hiroshima University
Hiroshima, Japan
June 2, 2010
64. Faculty (2010)
Techniques in Occipito-Cervico-Thoracic Reconstruction
Course Director: John Carbone, M.D.
Stryker Spine
Baltimore, MD
August 24, 2010
65. Faculty (2010)
AO North America Spine Operating Room Personnel Course
Course Director: Robert Eastlack, M.D.
Las Vegas, NV
October 10-11, 2010
66. Faculty (2010)
“Life after Fellowship”
Stryker Spine Symposium
Palo Alto, CA
November 18, 2010
67. Podium Presentation (2010)
“Functional Assessment of Acute Local versus Distal Transplantation
of Human Neural Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
Cervical Spine Research Society
Charlotte, NC
December 2-4, 2010
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68. Instructional Course Lecture (2011)
“Advanced Surgical Techniques for Sagittal Plane Spinal Deformity”
Course Chair: Darrel Brodke, M.D.
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
February 15-19, 2011
69. Poster Presentation (2011)
“Functional Assessment of Human Fetal Neural Stem Cells following
Spinal Cord Injury in Rats”
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
February 15-19, 2011
70. Poster Presentation (2011)
“Can We Reliably Obtain inflammatory Marker Signatures from Open
Discectomy Samples?”
Global Spine Congress
Barcelona, Spain
March 24-26, 2011
71. Faculty (2011)
Deformity for Neurosurgeons
Course Chairmen: Chris Ames, M.D.; Vedat Deviren, M.D.
Las Vegas, NV
March 4-5, 2011
72. Poster Presentation (2011)
“Combined Transplantation of Human Neuronal and Mesenchymal
Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
The 18th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques
Copenhagen, Denmark
July 13-16, 2011
73. Poster Presentation (2011)
“Comparison of Anterior Exposure of the Lumbar Spine by a Spine
Surgeon with and without the Assistance of an Access Surgeon”
The 18th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques
Copenhagen, Denmark
July 13-16, 2011
74. Poster Presentation (2011)
“Complications of the Transpsoas Lateral Approach for Lumbar
Interbody Arthrodesis”
The 18th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques
Copenhagen, Denmark
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July 13-16, 2011
75. Podium Presentation (2011)
“Functional Assessment of Acute Local versus Distal Transplantation
of Human Neural Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
Russell Hibbs Award Best Basic Science Presentation Nominee
Scoliosis Research Society 46th Annual Meeting & Course
Louisville, KY
September 14-17, 2011
76. Podium Presentation (2011)
“Combined Transplantation of Human Neural Stem Cells and Human
Mesenchymal Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
North American Spine Society 26th Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL
November 2-5, 2011
77. Podium Presentation (2011)
“Functional Assessment of Acute Local versus Distal Transplantation
of Human Neural Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
North American Spine Society 26th Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL
November 2-5, 2011
78. Podium Presentation (2011)
“Correlation of Cervical Disc Disease with Fibronectin-Aggrecan
Complex (FAC), Inflammatory Cytokines, and Matrix
Metalloproteinases”
Cervical Spine Research Society
Scottsdale, AZ
December 8-10, 2011
79. Podium Presentation (2011)
“Quality and Value in Acute Spinal Cord Injury”
Cervical Spine Research Society
Instructional Course Lecture
Scottsdale, AZ
December 8, 2011
80. Podium Presentation (2011)
“Combined Transplantation of Human Neural Stem Cells and Human
Mesenchymal Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
Cervical Spine Research Society
Scottsdale, AZ
December 8-10, 2011
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81. Podium Presentation (2011)
“Combined Transplantation of Human Neural Stem Cells and Human
Mesenchymal Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine 3rd Annual
Retreat
Stanford, CA
December 12-13, 2011
82. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Combined Transplantation of Human Neuronal and Mesenchymal
Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA
February 7-11, 2012
83. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Complications after Anterior Lumbar Spine Exposure by a Spine
Surgeon with and without an Access Surgeon”
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA
February 7-11, 2012
84. Poster Presentation (2012)
“Correlation of Cervical Disc Disease w Fibronectin-Aggrecan
Complex, Cytokines & Matrix Metalloproteinases”
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA
February 7-11, 2012
85. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Results of Three Different Techniques Using the Lateral Approach
for Lumbar Interbody Arthrodesis”
Society of Lateral Access Surgeons 5th Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
May 3-5, 2012
86. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Functional Assessment of Acute Local versus Distal Transplantation
of Human Neural Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
Young Investigator Award
Western Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting
Portland, OR
June 13-16, 2012
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87. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Compression Fractures of the Spine”
Western Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting
Portland, OR
June 13-16, 2012
88. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Results of Three Different Techniques Using the Lateral Approach
for Lumbar Interbody Arthrodesis”
Western Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting
Portland, OR
June 13-16, 2012
89. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Outcomes of Three Different Techniques using the Lateral Approach
for Lumbar Interbody Arthrodesis”
The 19th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques
Istanbul, Turkey
July 18-21, 2012
90. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Inflammatory or Mechanical? Can Inflammatory Profiles predict
Outcomes from Lumbar Discectomy for Disc Herniation?”
The 19th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques
Istanbul, Turkey
July 18-21, 2012
91. Faculty (2012)
Southern Conference Education Workshop
Stryker Spine
New Orleans, LA
August 25, 2012
92. Chairperson (2012)
1st Annual Stanford University Medical Center Alumni Meeting
Las Vegas, NV
September 27-28, 2012
93. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Outcomes of Three Different Techniques Using the Lateral Approach
for Interbody Arthrodesis”
North American Spine Society 27th Annual Meeting
Dallas, TX
October 24-27, 2012
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94. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Inflammatory or Mechanical? Can Inflammatory Profiles Predict
Outcomes from Lumbar Discectomy for Disc Herniation?”
North American Spine Society 27th Annual Meeting
Dallas, TX
October 24-27, 2012
95. Poster Presentation (2012)
“Do Inflammatory Markers from Discectomy Samples Predict
Successful Outcomes?"
American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual
Assembly and Technical Exhibition
Atlanta, GA
November 15-18, 2012
96. Moderator (2012)
Biologics/Basic Science Seminar and Original Research: Spinal Cord
Injury
North American Spine Society 27th Annual Meeting
Dallas, TX
October 24-27, 2012
97. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Infection Prevention and Treatment”
Advanced Techniques in Cervical Spine Surgery
AO Spine North America
Course Chairs: K. Daniel Riew, MD and Justin Smith, MD
November 16-17, 2012
98. Podium Presentation (2012)
“Timing of Local versus Distal Transplantation of Human Neuronal
Stem Cells following Spinal Cord Injury”
Cervical Spine Research Society
December 6-8, 2012
99. Visiting Professor (2013)
“Breakthroughs in Spinal Cord Injury”
UCSF Grand Rounds
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
San Francisco, CA
March 13, 2013
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100. Podium Presentation (2013)
“Can Inflammatory Profiles predict Outcomes from Lumbar
Discectomy for Disc Herniation?”
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL
March 19-23, 2013
101. Podium Presentation (2013)
“Outcomes of Two Different Techniques Using the Lateral Approach
for Lumbar Interbody Arthrodesis”
Lumbar Spine Research Society
Chicago, IL
April 11-12, 2013
102. Podium Presentation (2013)
“A Biomechanical Comparison of Shape Design and Positioning of
Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion Cages”
Western Orthopaedic Association
Lake Tahoe, CA
July 31-August 3, 2013
103. Poster Presentation (2013)
“Biomechanical Effects of Dynamic Stabilization or Transverse
Process Hooks Cephalad to Long Posterior Instrumentation to Prevent
Proximal Junctional Kyphosis: Range of Motion Analysis”
The 20th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques
Vancouver, British Columbia
July 10-13, 2013
104. Chairperson (2013)
2nd Annual Stanford University Medical Center Alumni Meeting
Las Vegas, NV
August 9-10, 2013
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