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Assessing the Reliability & Validity of an Early Onset Scoliosis Subgroup Classification Schema

Grant Recipient: Michael G Vitale, MD

Co-Investigators: David P Roye, MD; Benjamin D Roye, MD; Hiroko Matsumoto, MA
Institution:
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
Presentations & Publications:
Presentations: 1. The Classification for Early Onset Scoliosis (C-EOS) Identified Patients at Higher Risk for Complications at 5 Years of Follow Up. 20th International Meeting Advances Spine Techniques (IMAST). Vancouver, BC. July 10-13, 2013. 2. Introducing the Early Onset Scoliosis Classification System. 19th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques. Istanbul, Turkey. July 18-21, 2012. 3. Introducing the Early Onset Scoliosis Classification System. American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. October 2012. 4. Early Onset Scoliosis: Classification and the Evaluation of Treatment Modalities. Chinese Orthopaedic Association. Beijing, China. November 2012. 5. Introducing the Early Onset Scoliosis Classification System. Combined 33rd International Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology and 17th Pan Arab Orthopaedic Association World Conference. Dubai, United Arab Emirates. November 28-30, 2012. Publications: Matsumoto HM, Williams B, MD, McCalla D, BS, Park HY, BA, Roye BD, MD, Roye DP, MD, Akbarnia BA, MD, Emans J, MD, Skaggs DL, MD, Smith JT, MD, Vitale MG, MD MPH. (2013) The 24 Item Early Onset Scoliosis Questionnaires (EOSQ-24): Validity, Reliability and Responsiveness. JBJS. In Press.
Further Funding:
2012: Chest Wall and Spine Deformity Research Foundation Standard Investigator - $48,000; 2013: Scoliosis Research Society Standard Investigator - $45,516
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