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
36th 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. Oscar Miller Day is an annual continuing medical education (CME) event co-sponsored by the OrthoCarolina Research Institute, Inc. (OCRI) and World Class CME. World Class CME is an ACCME accredited provider of continuing medical education.
Topic: “Truths and Trends in Hip & Knee Replacement"
Research This Week at AOFAS Conference
The American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society is holding their annual conference this week in Toronto.
OCRI Employee is the Recipient of Catalyst Award!
Meet Our New Interns!
OCRI has two new summer interns - get to know them!
OrthoCarolina Surgeons Complete First Prosthetic Hand with Individual Finger Control
Surgeons Glenn Gaston, Bryan Loeffler successfully complete cutting-edge procedure on partial hand amputee. Research currently underway to test procedure for total hand amputation.
Research This Week at ISPOR Conference
The International Society For Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) is holding their annual conference this week in Washington, DC.