To achieve its aims, the group’s lines of research focus, on the one hand, on characterising and studying disorders such as adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, adult spinal column deformities, spinal tumours and fractures. It also identifies the risks in managing anaesthesia and complications surrounding complications as a result of complex spinal surgery, and looks into new therapies to combat spinal fusion, working with advanced cell therapy.

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