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.

2021 Beals Memorial Seminar presentations

Visiting Professor: Bruce A. Levy, M.D.

The Multiligament Injured/Dislocated Knee: Mayo Clinic Experience

Visiting Professor: Bruce A. Levy, M.D.

Advances in PCL Reconstruction

OHSU Faculty Speaker: Jacqueline Brady, M.D.

Weight Bearing Restrictions Following Complex Knee Surgery: What Is the Evidence?

OHSU Faculty Speaker: Andrea Herzka, M.D.

The History and Evolution of Hip Arthroscopy

Chief Resident: Torgom Abraamyan, M.D.

Marrow Stimulation has Relatively Inferior Patient-Reported Outcomes in Cartilage Restoration Surgery of the Knee: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

Chief Resident: Trevor Barronian, M.D.

Cannabinoid Utilization in Fracture Clinic; A Prevalence Study of Formulation and Delivery Modalities

Chief Resident: Jason Laurita, M.D.

Effect of Standing Radiographs on Management of Vertebral Fractures

Chief Resident: Michael Robbins, M.D.

Fresh Femoral Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation (FOCAT) to Capitellum - Determining Best Fit Radius of Curvature

Chief Resident: Sean Sterrenberg, M.D.

Expired Air Carbon Monoxide Testing is Effective for Preoperative Screening of Cigarette Use in Orthopaedic Patients: A Prospective Pilot Study of 70 Veterans