The OrthoCarolina Research Institute (OCRI) is an independent, non-profit organization working with physicians and collaborative partners to facilitate orthopedic research that advances practice and improves quality-of-life outcomes for patients. Our work supports physicians and the entire practice of orthopedics with OCRI's evidence-based research. In turn, by aiding the advancement of orthopedics, our research provides the real life personal benefits for orthopedic patients. The confluence of what we do and who it helps really is Research that Moves.
Events & Seminars
35th Annual Oscar Miller Day Symposium
Oscar Miller Day is an annual event that provides a quality educational opportunity to orthopedic surgeons and related healthcare professionals in our region. The event is sponsored by OCRI and accredited by The Carolinas Center for Medical Excellence (CCME).
"Foot and Ankle Updates and Emerging Trends"
Susan - Journal of Arthroplasty
The Knee Society Score: Why We "Kneed" Updated Outcomes Measures in Total Joint Replacement
The mission of The Knee Society is to promote outstanding care to patients with knee disorders through innovative research and education. The objective of the Knee Society Research Grant Program is to fund a research project of high quality and potential impact in the field of disorders of the knee. Each year, The Knee Society provides one $15,000 basic science research grant for one year, and one $45,000 clinical study grant for two years. OCRI was the recipient of the clinical study grant.
OCRI Research Featured on ICJR Website