Dr. Li invited by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) to be on the Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) committee for the management of Rotator Cuff Tears. He is one of six Orthopaedic surgeons from the United States to be invited to participate on this prestigious committee.
Dr. Li invited as the chairman for the orthopaedic knee session of the 2019 Work Related Workshop in Waltham MA. His talk on “Knee Injections. Where, What, When, and How Much?” was very well received by the audience. He also presented a challenging work related case for the panel.
Dr. Li invited as faculty member to teach the 2019 AAOS Articular Cartilage Restoration Course in Rosemont, IL. The course is sold out with over 60 participants from across the United States. Dr. Li will be lecturing and also teaching the cadaver lab on different current and advanced techniques on cartilage restoration in the knee and shoulder.
Dr. Li invited to give grand rounds at the University of Rochester Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Dr. Li invited to give grand rounds at the University of Rochester department of Orthopaedic Surgery. His talk is on “Anterior Shoulder Instability. What I Have Learned in My First Five Years of Practice”. A dinner with the sports medicine and shoulder surgery division members was held the night before.
Dr. Li was awarded the “Blue Ribbon Research Article Award” from the Orthopedics Journal on his research article “The Effect of Race on Early Perioperative Outcomes after Shoulder Arthroplasty: A Propensity Score Match Analysis”. This award is given annually to the best research articles in the journal. Only the top 25 articles are selected from the over 500 articles published in the printed journal and also the online version of the journal.
Journal of American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (JAAOS) Live Webinar on Scapular Notching after Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty
Dr. Li has been invited by the JAAOS to be faculty on the Live Webinar on Scapular Notching after Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty. He will be lecturing on the incidence, etiology, anatomic factors, and clinical outcomes related to notching after reverse shoulder.
Dr. Li has been invited as one of five Orthopaedic Sports Medicine and Shoulder surgeons in the United States to participate on the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) Blueprint Committee to redesign the Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Subspecialty Certification Examination and the Sports Medicine Recertification examination for AOSSM, AAOS, and ABOS. The meeting will take place in Philadelphia at the ABOS headquarters.
This premier skills course provides training for simple and complex primary and revision procedures, and features ample hands-on lab time with marquis faculty, industry-sponsored sessions, interactive discussions, panel debates, and expert demonstrations.
The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) is a prestigious society made up of leading national and international Orthopaedic surgeons who are experts and specialize in the surgery of the shoulder and elbow.
The Robert E. Leach, M.D. Resident Teacher of the Year Award is given annually to one faculty member at the Boston University Orthopaedic residency for their outstanding teaching skills and also for their dedication and mentorship to the BU orthopaedic surgery residents. Dr. Li was given this award by the 2018 graduating BU orthopaedic Chief residents.