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The London Hip Meeting is co-chaired by Professor Fares Haddad and Professor Henrik Malchau.

Professor Fares Haddad

Professor Fares Haddad is a hip and knee reconstructive orthopaedic and sports surgeon at University College Hospitals.

He is Divisional Clinical Director of Surgical Specialties at UCH, and Director of the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health at University College London.

He has presented and published widely on key aspects of hip, knee and sports surgery and continues to lead a clinical research group with interests in hip and knee joint preservation after injury, the genetic influences on bone and tendon, prosthetic design and performance and outcomes measurement after hip / knee surgery and sports injuries.

Elected as a Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine, he is Editor-in-Chief of the Bone and Joint Journal, and is on the editorial board of The Journal of Arthroplasty, Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons and Hospital Medicine.

Professor Henrik Malchau

Professor Henrik Malchau MD, is a hip and knee reconstructive surgeon and Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He has presented and published widely with numerous citations for his research and studies across the spectrum of hip and knee arthroplasty.

He received the prestigious Orthopaedic Research Education Foundation (OREF) Clinical Research Award from The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons in recognition of his work on the impact of implant registries around the world, highlighting their vital role as the scientific basis for decision making in literally all aspects of arthroplasty patient care.

Professor Malchau is also Director Emeritus, Harris Orthopaedics Laboratory at MGH. The laboratory has over 50 years’ experience in addressing adult reconstructive surgery concerns by innovating new surgical techniques, devices and implant designs/materials which have changed the landscape of total joint replacement.