Head of Research Group Vincent Stadelmann, PhD

Dr Stadelmann is a physicist and biomedical scientist with expertise in orthopedic biomechanics, musculoskeletal diseases, medical imaging and data analysis. Ultimately his aims are to understand how biomechanical and radiological outcomes relate to patient reported and functional outcomes after an orthopedic intervention, in order to improve predictive models and better identify patients with special risks.

Funktion und Fachbereich

Head of Research Group Lower Extremities

Spezialität

Research in orthopedic biomechanics, orthopedic imaging, data analysis

Sprachkenntnisse

Französisch

Englisch

Deutsch

Beruflicher Werdegang

2016 – 2018

Scientist, SCANCO Medical, Zurich, Switzerland

2011 – 2016

Group leader, AO Research Institute, Davos

2009 – 2011

Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Kinesiology, University of Calgary

2008

Postdoc, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research

2007 – 2008

Scientific consultant for Stryker Osteosynthesis

2004 – 2008

Research assistant, Laboratory of Biomechanical Orthopedics, EPFL

Aus- und Weiterbildung

2017 – 2018

Executive MBA (Pedago LLC, expected completion Dez. 18)

2011 – jetzt

Laboratory animal experimentation study director (Switzerland)

2014

Scanning Electron Microscopy course (ARI)

2012

Leadership development course (UNIL/EPFL)

2010

Academic teaching instructional course (University of Calgary)

2009

Animal care and use & rodent surgery certificate (University of Calgary)

2004 – 2008

PhD at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL)

2005 – 2006

Laboratory animal experimentation certificate (EPFL)

2003

MAS Biomedical Engineering, University of Lausanne & UCDavis

2003

Visiting graduate student, Lab of Cell and Computational Biology, UC Davis

1996 – 2002

BSc and MSc in Engineering Physics, EPFL

Wissenschaftliche Tätigkeiten

ECTS Academy industry member

Board member and treasurer of the Swiss Bone & Mineral Society

Member of the Swiss Laboratory Animal Science Society, European Calcified Tissue Society

Organizer of the workshop «Animal models in bone regeneration research» 2013, Davos, Switzerland

Ad-hoc reviewer for: European Cells and Materials (eCM), JBMR-B, Journal of Biomechanics, Craniomaxillofacial Trauma and Reconstruction, Medical Engineering and Physics

Research mentorship  (EPFL, AO Research Institute)

Teaching (EPFL Orthopedic biomechanics)

Auszeichnungen, Preise und Ehrungen

Scholarship 2017, Pedago LLC: Full scholarship for Executive MBA @ Smartly

Travel award 2014 International Bone and Mineral Society

Best microCT image 2013 SCANCO user meeting

Travel award 2010 CIHR Skeletal Regeneration Medicine Team

Presentation award 2009 Canadian Connective Tissue Conference

Travel award 2008 Swiss Laboratory Animal Science Association

Forschungsbeiträge und Stipendien

2014 3y Research Grant (internally reviewed) AO Trauma #AR2014_05:
Impact of comorbidities or other risk factors on bone infection

2014 2y Research Grant (externally reviewed) AO Trauma #AR2014_04:
A murine model of long term bisphosphonate, corticosteroids and fatigue loading to study atypical fractures.

2014 2y Research Grant (internally reviewed) AO Trauma #AR2014_01:
The efficacy of local anti-DKK1 antibody delivery versus systemic administration in improving bone mass and implant mechanical stability.

2013 Research Grant (internally reviewed) AO Trauma #AR2013_05:
Sheep model of atypical fractures

2013 Research Grant (externally reviewed) AO Foundation start-up grant #S-13-139O:
Optimization of osseointegration of dental implant by surface modification with bisphosphonates

2012 Research Grant (internally reviewed) AO Trauma #AR2012_08:
Pre-activation of bone cells for faster healing after surgery.

2009 – 2011 Postdoctoral fellow AHFMR

2009 – 2011 Postdoctoral fellow CIHR Skeletal Regeneration Medicine Team

2010 Summer student One summer student paid by NSERC

2009 – 2010 Young investigator Swiss National Science Foundation

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