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Dr. Michael Dunbar

Orthopedic surgeon and Innovator in Residence, Nova Scotia Health

Dr. Michael Dunbar is an orthopedic surgeon and Innovator in Residence at Nova Scotia Health. He is also a Professor of Surgery at Dalhousie University with cross appointments to Biomedical Engineering and Community Health and Epidemiology. He is currently co-chair, Canadian Joint Replacement Registry; Past-President and Director of Research, Canadian Arthroplasty Society; member of and Past-Chair of the Membership and Research committees of The American Knee Society. In 2015 he was awarded the inaugural QEII Endowed Chair of Arthroplasty Outcomes at Dalhousie University. He is currently the Director of Research, Department of Surgery, at Dalhousie University and Orthopaedic Outcomes Scientist at Nova Scotia Health. He has a special interest in the confluence of surgical robotics and mobile technology to reimagine the delivery of arthroplasty care on patient specific basis.

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