Osteopore bolsters Scientific & Clinical Advisory Panel
Osteopore Limited (ASX: OSX), a global leader in the manufacture of innovative regenerative implants that empower natural tissue regeneration, is pleased to introduce that Dr Rondhir Jithoo, Associate Professor Lim Thiam Chye, and Associate Professor Yeo Tseng Tsai, have joined our Scientific and Clinical Advisory Panel (SCAP).
Osteopore’s SCAP is comprised of renowned scientific and clinical experts in the fields of biomaterials, orthopedic surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, maxillofacial surgery, and dentistry. They work collaboratively with the Company to provide strategic advice and support, ensuring that our solutions are at the forefront of medical technology and tailored to meet the needs of healthcare professionals and patients alike.
Adding additional SCAP members underscores our commitment to excellence in research and development, and emphasizes our unwavering dedication to improving patient outcomes. We believe that our SCAP will play an instrumental role in driving the growth and success of Osteopore, and we look forward to working closely with this esteemed group of experts to deliver the best possible solutions to our customers.
Executive Chairman, Mark Leong said: “As a company that prides itself on innovation and excellence, we recognize the importance of collaboration and knowledge-sharing with the brightest minds in the scientific and clinical communities. The formation of our Scientific and Clinical Advisory Panel represents a significant step towards achieving our vision of transforming the way we regenerate tissue. We are honored to have the guidance and support of such esteemed experts and are excited to leverage their expertise to drive the continued success of Osteopore."
New Panel Members include :
Dr Rondhir Jithoo
The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Mr Ron Jithoo is a highly experienced Neurosurgeon who obtained his medical degree from The University of Natal in South Africa where he graduated with a Dean’s Commendation. He also received the South African Society of Neurosurgeons prize as a registrar. Mr Jithoo is the chair of MAC Mulgrave Private Hospital and the secretary of the Neurosurgery Society of Australasia. He is also on the committee of several hospitals and medical associations and was previously the Deputy Director of Neurosciences at the Epworth Hospital. Mr Jithoo has an extensive interest in cranial and Spinal trauma, and anterior spinal surgery, including surgery for degenerative conditions. His skills have been enhanced through his work at Royal Darwin Hospital.
Associate Professor Lim Thiam Chye
Head & Senior Consultant (Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery)
National University Hospital, Singapore
Associate Professor Lim Thiam Chye is the Head of the Division of Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery at the National University Hospital (Singapore) and Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore. He was also the Chairman AO Cranio-Maxillofacial (CMF) Asia-Pacific board. He holds more than 20 years of surgical experience in the Division of Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery at NUH. Associate Professor Lim has a wide range of publications, to date he has more than 66 publications in various medical Journals. Associate Professor Lim’s clinical and research work lies in regenerative medicine for bone, skin, and fat. He is also involved in the development and training of a navigational system for Craniomaxillofacial Surgery.
Associate Professor Yeo Tseng Tsai
Head & Senior Consultant (Neurosurgery)
National University Hospital
Associate Professor Yeo is the Head of the Division of Neurosurgery, the National University Hospital, Singapore. He is also the Medical Director of the Singapore Gamma Knife Centre. After undergoing his undergraduate medical training at the National University of Singapore and completing his National Service in the army from 1986 to 1988, he underwent postgraduate neurosurgery training in Melbourne, Australia, and obtained his exit neurosurgical qualifications (FRACS) in 1994. He then underwent further subspecialty training in stereotactic and functional neurosurgery in Toronto, Canada as well as in Seattle, USA, and Grenoble, France. He has been the recipient of numerous research grants over the years and has published widely in the neurosurgical literature in the domains of stereotactic and functional neurosurgery, neuro-oncology, head injury, and virtual reality neurosurgery.