Beals Memorial Seminar

The Beals Memorial Seminar is an annual event established in honor of the late Dr. Rodney K. Beals, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Orthopaedics at OHSU, who taught orthopaedics for more than 50 years. The seminar includes research presentations by the chief residents, presentations on orthopaedic issues and treatments by OHSU faculty, and a presentation by a visiting guest speaker.

2023 Beals Memorial Seminar presentations

Introduction & Surgical Exposures to the Plafond - Case-based Approach
Kenneth Gundle, M.D. and Matthew Graves, M.D.
Revision Risk for Total Knee Arthroplasty Polyethylene Designs In Patients 65 Years or Older
Jamil Kendall, M.D.
Reaming of the Tibial Canal Does Not Impact Intramuscular pH
Loren Black M.D.
Outliers in Total Shoulder Arthroplasty in the Bundled Payment Era
Derek Bond M.D.
Perianchor Cyst Formation is Similar Between All-Suture and Conventional Suture Anchors
Elliot Cole M.D.
FAST Validation Study
Connor Pihl M.D.
The Universal Distractor: How an Old Device Can Still Make You a Better Surgeon
Darin Friess, M.D., M.P.H.
Obtaining and Maintaining a Reduction in Pilon Fractures
Matthew Graves, M.D.
Young Femoral Neck Fractures: What's New and What's Controversial?
Graham DeKeyser, M.D.
Closing Remarks
Darin Friess, M.D., M.P.H.