Publications

Dr. Paley

Throughout the last almost thirty years, Dr. Paley has dedicated his career to improving the lives of children and adults who suffer from a wide variety of complex congenital, developmental, post-traumatic, and many rare orthopedic conditions.

Dr. Paley’s career has allowed him to find solutions to many previous untreatable orthopedic diseases. He is honored to see the application of his research, publications, and teaching applied by many orthopedic surgeons around the globe. Together, we have been able to better the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients. 

Brief Curriculum Vitae

Dror Paley, MD, FRCSC

Titles:    

Director, Paley Advanced Limb Lengthening Institute

2009 – Present 

Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto

2010 – Present

Staff Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

2010 – Present

Professor, University of Vermont School of Medicine

2011 – Present

Director, Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics, Sinai Hospital

2001 – 2009

 Co-Director, International Center for Limb Lengthening, Sinai Hospital

2001 – 2008

Chief of Pediatric Orthopedics, University of Maryland

1987 – 2001

Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Maryland Medical School

1997 – 2003

Education:

Undergraduate: University of Toronto

1973 – 1975

Medical School: Surgical: Johns Hopkins University

1975 – 1979

Internship: Orthopaedic Surgery: University of Toronto Hospital

1979 – 1980

Residency: Hand and Trauma: Sunnybrook Medical Centre, Toronto

1985 – 1986

Fellowships: Limb Lengthening: Italy and Soviet Union 

1986

Fellowships: Pediatric Orthopaedics: Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

1987

Awards:                                        

AOA-COA North American Traveling Fellowship

1985

Orthopaedic Residents Teaching Award

1990, 1998

Gubernatorial Citation from Governor Schaefer

1990

Pauwel’s Medal for Clinical Biomechanics

1997

Jacqueline Perry Award, Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Association

1998

SICOT Honorary Mention: Nerve Impairment with Limb Lengthening Procedures

2002

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons First Place Winner for  Pediatric Poster: Lengthening Reconstruction Surgery for Fibular Hemimelia

2002

POSNA Best Clinical Paper: Nerve Impairment with Limb Lengthening Procedures 

2002

Association of Medical Illustrators Award of Excellence: Principles of Deformity Correction

2003

POSNA Outstanding Scientific Poster: “Superhip Procedure for Correction of Hip Deformities of Congenital Femoral Deficiency

2005

POSNA Best Clinical Paper: Amputation vs. Reconstruction for Fibular Hemimelia

2009

Honors:

Honorary Professor, University of Milano, Italy

1996

Honorary Member, ASAMI-Italy

1987

Honorary Member, ASAMI-France

1996

Honorary Member, ASAMI-Great Britain

1999

Honorary Member, Polish Orthopaedic Association

2000

Honorary Member, Israel Orthopedic Association

2003

Honorary Member, Venezuelan Society of Orthopedics & Traumatology

2011

President, World Congress on External Fixation & Bone Reconstruction Societies

2012

Honorary Member, Royal College of Orthopaedic Surgeons of Thailand

2014

Grand Funding: Principle Investigator, two grants; Co-Principle Investigator, five grants; Clinical Mentor, one grant

Membership in Medical Societies: 19 Societies: International, nine; National, seven; Regional, three

Publications: Articles (refereed), 109; Articles (non-refereed), 27; Books and CDs, 10; Book Chapters, 43; Video Productions, 52

Chairman: Instructional Courses, Symposia, and Other Continuing Medical Education Activities, 56

Papers Presented: International, 1147, in 68 countries and six languages; National, 879 in the United States and Canada

Languages Spoken: English, French, Hebrew, Italian, Russian, and Spanish

Short Curriculum Vitae PDF, 22 pages

Full Curriculum Vitae PDF, 123 pages

Scientific and Medical Publications, "PubMed"

 

Dr. Robbins

Craig Robbins, MD

Education:

Undergraduate: The University of Texas at Austin

1989 – 1993

Post-Baccalaureate: The University of Miami

1994

Medical School: St. George’s University School of Medicine

1995 – 1996

Medical School: University of Miami School of Medicine

1996 – 1999

Internship: General Surgery: Tulane University / Charity Hospital 

1999 – 2000

Residency: Orthopedic Surgery: Tulane University school of Medicine

2000 – 2004

Fellowships: Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery: Campbell Clinic – University of Tennessee

2004 – 2005

Awards:                                        

Smith & Nephew Scholarship, Baltimore Limb Deformity Course

2005

Wake Forest Cerebral Palsy Management Symposium Scholarship

2005

International Pediatric Orthopedic Symposium Scholarship

2009

 America’s Most Loved Physician, DrScore.com 

2009

Professional Associations:

    American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
    Pediatric Orthopedic Society of North America
    ASAMI North America / Limb Lengthening & Reconstruction Society
    Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation
    American Medical Association
    Mississippi State Medical Association
    Mississippi Orthopedic Society

Short Curriculum Vitae PDF

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