The Orthopaedic and Arthritis Center for Outcomes Research is a multidisciplinary research group dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals with musculoskeletal conditions by performing rigorous, policy relevant clinical research and by educating younger scientists to excel in this field. Center investigators perform research involving prevalent, disabling conditions including osteoarthritis, spine and upper extremity disorders, osteoporosis, trauma, pain and others. The methodologic approaches include clinical trials, cohort and case control studies, computer simulation policy modeling, cost effectiveness analysis and qualitative research. The research and training programs are funded primarily by grants from the National Institutes of Health and foundations.
The Center is located in Brigham and Women's Hospital on the bustling Harvard Medical Area campus, surrounded by Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health, and several other academic hospitals. The Center Director, Jeffrey N Katz, MD, MSc, and co-Director, Elena Losina, PhD, invite you to explore this site and contact us with any questions.
OrACORe works in partnership with the PIVOT Center to address policy and clinical questions related to musculoskeletal disorders.
This page was last modified on 4/19/2016