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Editor Profiles

James Mockridge, Editor

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New Content ItemJames undertook his postgraduate research in physiology at the Babraham Institute, UK,  obtaining his PhD from the University of Cambridge, UK . With a growing interest in biomedical research, he was a postdoctoral fellow in the Cardiology Department at St Thomas’ Hospital (King’s College London) and then in the Renal Medicine Department at Hammersmith Hospital (Imperial College London) working on medically focussed pre-clinical laboratory-based projects before moving into a career in scientific publishing. He subsequently joined Portland Press Limited/Biochemical Society and was the in-house Editor of the Society’s journal focused on translational science and medicine.  In June 2015, James joined the BMC series at BioMed Central, and is currently a Senior Editor within the series and the Editor of BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders.

Section Editors

Daichi Hayashi

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New Content ItemClinical diagnostics and imaging

Dr. Hayashi joined the Editorial Board as a Section Editor of Clinical diagnostics and imaging section in July 2014. His research interest is musculoskeletal radiology, with specific focus on semiquantitative imaging analysis of osteoarthritis and imaging of sports injuries. Dr. Hayashi has authored PubMed-listed peer-reviewed publications in such journals as Annals of Rheumatic Diseases, Arthritis and Rheumatology, Nature Review Rheumatology, Radiology, British Medical Journal, and Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism. He has presented numerous scientific abstracts at International radiological and rheumatological conferences, including Radiological Society of North America, European Society of Radiology, American College of Rheumatology, Osteoarthritis Research Society International and European League Against Rheumatism. Dr. Hayashi has been involved in several large-scale epidemiological studies of osteoarthritis such as the Osteoarthritis Initiative, Framingham Osteoarthritis Study and Multicenter Osteoarthritis Study, as well as clinical trials including Joints on Glucosamine study and Meniscal Tear in Osteoarthritis Research.

Giuseppe Longo

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New Content ItemOrthopedics and biomechanics

Umile Giuseppe Longo (MD, PhD, MSc) is Associate Professor and Consultant in Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery at University Campus Bio-Medico of Rome (Italy). He has been the recipient of several prestigious national and international awards and travelling fellowships in the field of orthopaedic sports medicine, joint replacement and regenerative medicine. Prof Longo is author of more than 250 peer reviewed manuscripts, a monography, and more than 60 chapters published in international books. He joined the editorial board of BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders in 2009. His main clinical and research interests include orthopaedic sports medicine, regenerative medicine and joint replacement.

Ali Mobasheri

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New Content ItemPathophysiology of musculoskeletal disorders

Ali Mobasheri is Professor of Musculoskeletal Physiology at the University of Surrey. Ali’s research focuses on cartilage biology and biomarkers of osteoarthritis. He currently co-ordinates the EU FP7 funded D-BOARD consortium, which brings together leading European academic institutions and SMEs to focus on the identification, validation and qualification of new biomarkers for osteoarthritis. He is also a member of the APPROACH Consortium and has received funding from the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), a joint undertaking between the European Union (EU) and the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA). Ali is a member of the Board of Directors of the Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OARSI) and chairs the OARSI Strategic Alliance Committee until April 2017, when he will become President-Elect of OARSI. He has published more than 200 peer-reviewed scientific papers and his current h-index on Scopus is 43.

Bart Staal

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New Content ItemRehabilitation, physical therapy and occupational health

Bart Staal studied Physiotherapy (BSc) in Breda and Human Movement Sciences (MSc) at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam in the Netherlands and graduated in 1996. He further specialized in Clinical Epidemiology and completed his PhD-thesis at the same institution in 2003 researching the effects of a graded activity program for airline workers with low back pain. He currently works as a senior research fellow at the Radboud University Medical Centre and as a professor of Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation at the HAN University of Applied Sciences, both in Nijmegen the Netherlands. His research themes mainly include: effectiveness of physiotherapy, musculoskeletal disorders, occupational health, sports injuries and guideline development. He was an Associate Editor of BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders since 2010 and became Section Editor of the section Rehabilitation, hysical therapy and occupational health in 2014.

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