The MQ Health Translational Orthopaedic Research (TOR) Lab directed by Associate Professor Raniga is gaining a worldwide reputation for outstanding basic sciences research, especially in the realm of shoulder biomechanics.
Associate Professor Raniga had the honour of attending and presenting at the International Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery in Rome, Italy, in September. This congress occurs only once every four years. It’s attended by shoulder and elbow surgeons from around the world.
The MQ Health Translational Orthopaedic Research (TOR) Lab had 6 abstracts accepted at this prestigious scientific meeting – 2 Podium Presentations and 4 Poster Presentations. Their cutting-edge research was extremely well received and inspired great discussions amongst colleagues from all over the world.