Michael Tanzer


Dr. Michael Tanzer is an Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in adult hip and knee arthroplasty. He obtained his medical degree and did his residency training at McGill University. He did an adult reconstruction hip fellowship at Harvard University with Dr. William Harris from the Massachusetts General Hospital. Later he has returned to the McGill University Hospital Center (MUHC) in Montreal, Canada. He is the one associate surgeon-in-Chief Surgery at the MUHC and a professor and the Vice Chair of Surgery at McGill University. He holds the Jo Miller Chair of Orthopaedic Research and the Director of the McGill Arthroplasty group. He has published over 130 papers and books  chapters. His research has been recognized with 6 Hip Society Awards, 2 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Awards of Excellence and 2 Founders Medals. He is a member of the prestigious Hip Society and International Hip Society.

Research Interests:

His research interests are primarily related to clinical, basic science and engineering related investigations related to hip and knee joint reconstruction which includes osseointegration and methods to enhance it, joint arthroplasty related biomaterials, hip and knee biomechanics, bone graft substitutes, additive manufacturing.

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