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Health Sciences Alum and Fellow Researchers Honored for Surgical Research

June 14, 2017
Tyler Hunt ’16, a Health Sciences graduate currently employed at Brigham and Women’s Hospital as a Research Assistant in Orthopedic Research Laboratories.

Tyler Hunt ’16, along with Principal investigator Andrew Schoenfeld, MD, MSc, Daniel Sturgeon, MS, Camden Burns, MD and Christopher Bono, MD, received the award for Outstanding Paper Award from The Spine Journal and the North American Spine Society (NASS).  The project is titled “Establishing Benchmarks for the Volume-Outcome Relationship for Common Lumbar Spine Surgical Procedures.” 

See BWH’s published story here: Schoenfeld, Sturgeon, Burns, Hunt and Bono Earn Outstanding Paper Award

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