Dr. Harry E. Rubash, prominent orthopedic surgeon, researcher, and educator, was recently welcomed as the newest member of the notable 11-person board of directors for The Foundation for the Advancement in Research in Medicine (FARM) (http://farmortho.org) – a 501c(3) non-profit organization with a stated mission of “improving the lives of people with orthopedic disabilities.”
Currently the Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery at MGH and the Edith M. Ashley Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Rubash brings deep orthopedic expertise, industry knowledge, and a stellar professional reputation as a hip and knee replacement specialist.
According to FARM founder, Richard Warner, as the joint replacement market grows so will the need – among surgeons and prospective patients – for current and unbiased information about advances in hip and knee replacement. Says Warner, “The Foundation’s Board of Directors is its greatest asset in raising awareness about enhanced material research, so we are extremely grateful and enthusiastic about having Dr. Rubash contribute his considerable expertise and join us in pursuit of this mission.”
Dr. Rubash’s full bio can be viewed online at http://farmortho.org/bod/rubash.htm