Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

NAME: Mark David Haber

DATE OF BIRTH: March 20, 1960

EDUCATION

Secondary: H.S.C. -1977 The Sydney Grammar School

Tertiary: M.B. B.S. (U.N.S.W.) 1982

F.R.A.C.S. (Ortho) 1995

Other: Radiation Protection Course 1996

The Richard B. Caspari Award (best upper limb paper), The 7th Biennial ISAKOS Congress, Osaka, Japan 2009

The Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia, May 2010 received best paper award

The 14th (ESSKA 2000) Congress held in Oslo, Norway in June 2010. Poster was placed in the “best posters category

Appointed Clinical Associate Professor, Graduate School of Medicine,  (University of Wollongong)

Multiple international presentations and workshops

Orthopaedic Surgeon-Visiting Medical Officer at:

Figtree Private Hospital

Wollongong Day Surgery

St George Private Hospital

Macquarie University Hospital

Shellharbour Private Hospital

Dalcross Private Hospital

I am an active participant on the Surgical Peer Review Committee at Figtree Private Hospital and Macquarie University Hospital.

Clinical Associate Professor, Graduate School of Medicine,  (University of Wollongong)

Clinical Senior Lecturer in the Australian School of Advanced Medicine, (Macquarie University)

Current

Clinical studies following rotator cuff repair  and shoulder instability.

1995–2000                              VMO Appointment Illawarra Area Health Service.

1991-1994                               Orthopaedic registrar on the Training Scheme.

1990                                        Orthopaedic and Plastic Surgery Registrar at Auburn District Hospital.

1989                                        Orthopaedic Registrar at the Prince of Wales Hospital.

1988                                        Orthopaedic and Plastic Surgery Registrar at Auburn District Hospital.

1987                                        Surgical Registrar year 1: Prince Henry/Prince of Wales Hospitals. Cardiothoracic Surgery at the Prince Henry Hospital.

1986                                        Surgical Resident Year 3: Prince Henry/Prince of Wales Hospitals.

1985                                        Resident year 2: The Prince of Wales/Prince Henry Hospitals.

1984                                        Resident year 1: St Vincent’s Hospital.

1983                                        Intern Year: St Vincent’s Hospital.

Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia (SESA)

Australian Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons (ASOS)

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

The European Society of Sports Injuries and Knee Arthroscopy ( ESSKA 2000)

Asia Pacific Orthopaedic Association  (APOA)   Australian Chapter

Australian Medical Association (AMA)

Australian Orthopaedic  Association (AOA)

Sports Medicine Australia (SMA)

Arthroplasty Society of Australia

Cadaver Workshops

Demonstrator

2013    Nottingham, UK, Sydney

2012    Nottingham, UK, Sydney

2011    Nottingham, UK, Sydney

2010    Nottingham, UK. Aarhus, Denmark, Sydney

2009    Nottingham, UK. Perth. Sydney

2008    Nottingham, UK , Aarhus, Denmark; Perth, Sydney

2007    Kiel, Germany; Sydney.

2006    Sydney

2004    Sydney; San Francisco (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons)

2003    Adelaide

2002    Adelaide, Sydney

2001    Sydney

2013    Sydney

2012    Nottingham, UK. Sydney

2011    Nottingham, UK

2010    Nottingham, UK

2009    Nottingham, UK

2008    Aarhus, Denmark

 2000

World Congress on Orthopeadic Sports Trauma, April 2000. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

“Arthroscopic Shoulder stabilization –results Using Multiple Suture Anchours in a Sporting Population”

2001

Asia Pacific Orthopaedic Association, Adelaide, Australia. 13th Congress, April 2001.

Acromio-clavicular joint arthroscopy

2004

Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia Conference, Yarra Valley, Victoria, Australia. November 2004.

“Early failure using a new technique from Double Row Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair – A Case Report.  Lessons Learnt and Modifications Introduced”

“In Search of the ideal device for intramedullary fixation of fractures to the mid shaft of the clavicle”

2006

Asia Pacific Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (APOSSM) Conference, Christchurch New Zealand, August 27 – 30, 2006

Biomechanical and contact pressure investigation of rotator cuff repair using different bone anchor fixation techniques

Arthroplasty Society of Australia, Adelaide, Australia, August 17 – 19, 2006

AOA and NZOA Combined ASM, Canberra Australia, October 9 – 11, 2006

Biomechanical and contact pressure investigation of rotator cuff tendon to bone repair using different bone anchor fixation techniques.

Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia, Victor Harbour, South Australia, November 2 – 5, 2006

7th Australasian Day Surgery Conference, Melbourne Victoria, November 10 2006

2007

International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ISAKOS) in May, 2007 Florence, Italy

Chairman of Live Surgical Demonstration Knotless SLAP/Bankart Repair and Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair with the ArthroCare OPUSTM  System

The International Congress of shoulder and elbow Society (ICSES),  Brazil, September 2007

Comparison Of Changes To Tendon-To-Bone Contact Properties Of Rotator Cuff Repairs When The Shoulder Is Moved- Single Versus Double Row

2008

5th World Congress of Sports Trauma & 6th Asia-Pacific Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Meeting Hong Kong, April  2008.

  • How Tight Is Enough In Rotator Cuff Repairs:  Stress-Relaxation May Be A Cause Of Excessive Gap Formation
  • Biomechanical Basis For Postoperative Rehabilitation Following Rotator Cuff Repair: Single Vs. Double Layer
  • Optimum Settings To Achieve Radiofrequency Stabilization Of Arthroscopic Knots. Radiofrequency Heat Vs Low Temperature Coblation. Not All Devices Are The Same

The 13th European Society of Sports Injuries and Knee Arthroscopy (ESSKA 2000) Congress held in Portugal in May 2008.

  • Lunch Workshop
  • Wednesday May 21, 2008, Perfect Print – Knotless Double Row Repair with Autocuff™
  • Oral Presentation in the scientific programme
  • Dynamic assessment of footprint properties of rotator cuff repairs: stress-relaxation as a cause of excessive gap formation

The European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EFORT)

Nice, France in May 2008

EPoster

The Effect of Shoulder Abduction on Tendon-Bone Contact Area Following Rotator Cuff Repair: A Comparison of a Single- versus Double-Row Technique

BRITISH ELBOW AND SHOULDER SOCIETY ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2008

Liverpool  4-6 June 2008

Dynamic Assessment Of Footprint Properties Of Rotator Cuff Repairs During Passive Arm Movement: Perilously Low Levels Occur With Single Versus Double-Row Repairs

SICOT/SIROT 2008 XXIV Triennial World Congress, August 2008, Hong Kong

Biomechanical Basis For Postoperative Rehabilitation Following Rotator Cuff Repair: Single Vs. Double Layer

Optimum Settings To Achieve Radiofrequency Stabilization Of Arthroscopic Knots. Radiofrequency Heat Vs Low Temperature Coblation. Not All Devices Are The Same

How Tight Is Enough In Rotator Cuff Repairs? Stress-Relaxation May Be A Cause Of Excessive Gap Formation

Asia Arthroscopy Congress, Korea September 19, 2008

Dynamic Assessment Of Footprint Properties Of Rotator Cuff Repairs During Passive Arm Movement In Cadavers: Perilously Low Levels Occur With Single Versus Double-Row Transosseous-Equivanlent Repairs

Australian Orthopaedic Society COE, October 12 – 16 Hobart 2008

Dynamic Assessment Of Footprint Properties Of Rotator Cuff Repairs Over Time Following The Repair: Stress – Relaxation As a Potential Cause of Excessive Gap Formation Can Be Partially Reversed with Retightening

The Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia Thursday 06 – Saturday 08 November 2008, Perth

Push-In Locking Versus Press-Fit Anchors For Fixation Of Rotator Cuff Repairs: A Cadaveric Study

2009

Jerusalem Sports Injury Meeting January 2009

Dynamic Assessment Of Footprint Properties Of Rotator Cuff Repairs During Passive Arm Movement:  Perilously Low Levels Occur With Single Versus Double-Row Repairs

Push-In Locking Versus Press-Fit Anchors For Fixation Of Rotator Cuff Repairs: A Cadaveric Study

Recalcitrant Calcific Tendinitis of the Rotator Cuff Treated with Coblation – Radio Frequency: A case Report and review of the literature.

Nottingham Shoulder Course, February 2009

Live surgery and Cadaver presentations

7th Biennial ISAKOS Congress, Osaka, Japan

ISAKOS Richard B. Caspari Award Winner

Biomechanical Contact Properties of Rotator Cuff Repairs During Passive Arm Movement: Perilously Low Levels Occur with Single Versus Double-row Repairs

2010

Jerusalem Sports Injury Meeting January 2010

Dynamic Assessment of Footprint Properties of Rotator Cuff Repairs During Passive Arm Movement: Perilously Low Levels Occur With Single Vs Double-Row Repairs.

The Art and Science of Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repairs: Review of the Literature.

Arthroscopic Labral Repairs: Portal Placement and Structures at Risk.

Radiofrequency – its Application in Arthroscopic Surgery Including Chondroplasty, Micro-Debridement and its Affect on Suture Knots.

Supraspinatus Calcific Tendonitis: Classification and Treatment Options Including Micro-Debridement.

Nottingham Shoulder Course, February 2010

Live surgery and Cadaver presentations

Advanced Arthroscopic Development, Science Center Skejby, Aarhus, Denmark.

Lectures and cadaver presentations

The Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia, May 2010

WHAT DO YOU TELL YOUR PATIENTS ABOUT EARLY RETURN OF FUNCTION FOLLOWING ARTHROSCOPIC ROTATOR CUFF REPAIR: VARIABLES WHICH MAKE A DIFFERENCE

ASSESSMENT OF FOOTPRINT PROPERTIES OF ROTATOR CUFF REPAIRS DURING THE REPAIR AND UPON PASSIVE ARM MOVEMENT AFTER THE REPAIR: THE EFFECTS OF REPAIR RELAXATION AND MOVEMENT IN SINGLE-ROW VERSUS TRANSOSSEOUS EQUIVALENT REPAIRS

(Received best paper award)

ASSESSMENT OF FOOTPRINT PROPERTIES OF ROTATOR CUFF REPAIRS DURING THE REPAIR AND UPON PASSIVE ARM MOVEMENT AFTER THE REPAIR: THE EFFECTS OF REPAIR RELAXATION AND MOVEMENT IN SINGLE-ROW VERSUS TRANSOSSEOUS EQUIVALENT REPAIRS

SYMPOSIUM: SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF THE PASTA LESION

The 14th European Society of Sports Injuries and Knee Arthroscopy (ESSKA 2000) Congress held in Oslo, Norway in June 2010.

ESSKA Congress Lunch Workshop Lecture

Poster Display  and Short Poster Presentation  “Effect of dependent versus independent suture tightening on the tendon-to bone contact properties of double row rotator cuff repairs”.

This poster was placed in the “best posters category

Poster Display “Assessment of footprint properties of rotator cuff repairs during the repair and upon passive arm movement after the repair: the effects of repair relaxation and movement in single-row versus transosseous equivalent repairs”.

2011

Royal North Shore Shoulder Symposium: Double Row Rotator Cuff Repairs

Nottingham Shoulder Course, February 2011

ISAKOS

Poster:

Healing Does Affect Outcome: Assessment Of Cuff Integrity Following Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

Arthrocare Singapore conference June

  • Cadaver couse

2012

 The Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia, Brisbane 2012

  • Intra-operative findings and patient re-tear following arthroscopic rotator cuff repair.
  • Clinical indicators into patients that re-tear following arthroscopic rotator cuff repair

Nottingham Shoulder Course, February 2012

Arthrocare Singapore conference June

  • Cadaver course

Arthrocare meeting Sydney

  • Live Surgery  and Cadaver course

 2013

12th International Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (ICSES)

Nagoya Congress Center, April 10-12, 2013

ePoster

Coast City Country General Practice Training Registrar Education_16th July 2013

Innovation Campus, Squires Way, Wollongong

  • Clinical assessment of the knee and shoulder

ISAKOS Hands On Cadaveric Training Workshop

19th September, 2013 • KEM Hospital, College Building, Parel

  • Advanced Shoulder- Technique of arthroscopic double row rotator cuff repair

The International Congress of the Indian Arthroscopy Society, IIAS 2013

Mumbai, 20th to 22nd September 2013

20TH September, 2013

  • Double row knotless Rotator cuff repair
  • Live Surgery 3 – Double Row Rotator Cuff Repair
  • Live Surgery 5- Arthroscopic Bankart Repair

21St September, 2013

  • Clinical, radiological evaluation and diagnosis of common shoulder pathology in cricket
  • Management MDI in athlete

22nd September, 2013

  • Suprascapular nerve decompression in RC tear: Is there any evidence based truth?

ROYAL NORTH SHORE SHOULDER SYMPOSIUM – ADVANCED SHOULDER ARTHROSCOPY

25th October 2013

  • SESSION ROTATOR CUFF- Chair Mark Haber

Abstracts:

  • The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Vol 73-B 1991. Supplement 1, page 11. Using the Mechanical and not the Anatomical Axis for Planning High Tibial Osteotomy- M. Haber, D. James, N.L. Thomson.

The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Vol 73-B 1991. Supplement I pg 15. Locking Titanium Nail for Difficult Tibial Fractures.

Ultrasonic diagnosis of interosseous ligament failure in radioulnar dissociation.

Wallace AL, Haber M, Sesel K, Sonnabend DH. Injury 1999 Jan; 30(1):59-63

Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: clinical outcome of 607 patients

Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2010 Dec;18(12):1707-11. Epub 2010 Mar 9.

Cycling (road and mountain bike), running, triathlons.