24th Aug 2016
Dr. Ramirez has a special interest in the clinical and basic science of orthopaedic surgery that will translate into new orthopaedic technological advancement. A recepient of several research and education fellowships such as the Doris Duke research fellowship, NSF REU research fellows, and the FDA Medical Device Fellowship Program, Dr. Ramirez is involved in several studies aimed at developing new orthopaedic thechnologies. Special areas of interest include:
- Use of 3-dimensional imaging for medical education, preoperative surgical planning, and virutal surgery
- Reducing infection in total joint replacement
- Clinical outcomes total shoulder replacement and rotator cuff surgery.
- Orthopaedic device development
- Clincial and basic science of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) in shoulder and elbow conditions.