Dr. Agarwal Animesh

Dr. Agarwal Animesh

Professor

UTHSCSA, Department of Orthopaedics
San Antonio, United States of America

plus Speciality

ORTHOPAEDICS

Biography:

Education:

1. 2000: Certificate of Distinction-Business Foundations; University of Texas at San Antonio Center for Professional Excellence, San Antonio, TX
2. 1992: MD; UTHSCSA Medical School, San Antonio, TX
3. 1988: BS; Johns Hopkins University, G.W.C. Whiting School of Engineering, Baltimore, MD
4. 1985: High School; Plano Senior High School, Plano, TX

Academic positions:

Academic Appointments:

1. 10/2011 - Present: Professor of Biomedical Engineering; University of Texas at San Antonio, Department of Biomedical Engineering, San Antonio, TX
2. 09/2010 - Present: Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery with Tenure; UTHSCSA, Department of Orthopaedics, San Antonio, TX
3. 05/2003 - 10/2011: Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering; University of Texas at San Antonio, Department of Biomedical Engineering, San Antonio, TX
4. 09/2002 - 05/2012: Division Head and Chief, Division of Orthopaedic Trauma; UTHSCSA, Department of Orthopaedics, San Antonio, TX
5. 09/2002 - 08/2010: Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery with Tenure; UTHSCSA, Department of Orthopaedics, San Antonio, TX
6. 09/1998 - 08/2002: Assistant Professor; UTHSCSA, Department of Orthopaedics, San Antonio, TX 7. 04/1998 - Present: Research Faculty; Musculoskeletal Bioengineering Center, UTHSCSA, San Antonio, TX
8. 08/1997 - 08/1998: Assistant Instructor; UTHSCSA, Department of Orthopaedics, San Antonio, TX

Honors/Awards

1. 01/2013: Howard Rosen Best Table Instructor Award: Given the Howard Rosen Table Instructor award for best table instructor at the AO Basic Principles and Techniques of Operative Fracture Management Course for residents held in Charlotte, NC - voted on by my peers.
2. 12/2012: America‘s Top Doctors 2012-2013: Named by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. as one of America‘s Top Doctors
3. 12/2012: 2012 Texas Super Doctors®: Selected by peers as an outstanding practicing doctor in Texas. After an extensive nomination and research process conducted by Key Professional Media, Inc., the results were published in Texas Super Doctors, a special advertising section in the December 2012 issue of Texas Monthly.
4. 11/2012: Best Doctors in America 2013: Selected by peer recognition to be included in the Best Doctors in America 2013-2014
5. 07/2012: US News & World Report Best Doctors 2012: Named one of US News and World Reports Top Doctors in Orthopaedic Surgery; additionally recognized as in the Top 1% of orthopaedic surgeons.
6. 12/2011: 2011 Texas Super Doctors®: Selected by peers as an outstanding practicing doctor in Texas. After an extensive nomination and research process conducted by Key Professional Media, Inc., the results were published in Texas Super Doctors, a special advertising section in the December 2011 issue of Texas Monthly.
7. 12/2011: America‘s Top Doctors 2011-2012: Named by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. as one of America‘s Top Doctors
8. 11/2011: Best Doctors in America 2012: Selected by peer recognition to be included in the Best Doctors in America 2012-2013
9. 09/2011: 6th LEAD Institute Participant: Was nominated and selected to be a part of the 6th LEAD Institute class at the UTHSCSA
10. 12/2010: 2010 Texas Super Doctors®: Selected by peers as an outstanding practicing doctor in Texas. After an extensive nomination and research process conducted by Key Professional Media, Inc., the results were published in Texas Super Doctors, a special advertising section in the December 2010 issue of Texas Monthly.

Research interests:

Biomedical Engineering, Orthopaedics

Any other information:

Publications(Peer Reviewed)

1. Agarwal A, Samaranska A, Marotta J, Peckham S. Effects of rhBMP-2/ACS on the Healing of Cortical Strut Allograft to the Femur 2010. (Proceedings of the 2010 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons).
2. Karia, RA, Agarwal, A. Platelet Rich Plasma in Trauma Patients 2008. (Proceedings of the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons).
3. Agarwal, A, Liu, GT, Korvick, D, Heckman, JD, Agrawal, MC, Athanasiou, KA. The Effects of Experimental Diabetes on Fracture Healing and the Biomechanical Properties of Rate Bone and Articular Cartilage. 1999. p. 753-754. (Orthopaedic Transactions; vol. 22, no. 3).
4. Ostrum, RF, Agarwal, A, Lakatos, RP, Poka, A. A Prospective Comparison of Antegrade and Retrograde Femoral Intramedullary Nailing 1999. (Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons).
5. Ostrum, RF, Agarwal, A, Lakatos, RP, Poka, A. A Prospective Comparison of Antegrade and Retrograde Femoral Intramedullary Nailing. 1999. (Proceedings of the 17th Annual Meeting of the Mid-America Orthopaedic Association).
6. Agarwal, A, Lanctot, D, Liu, T, Korvick, D, Lavery, L, Heckman, JD, Athanasiou, KA. The Effects of Diabetes on the Biomechanical Properties of Rat Bone and Articular Cartilage 1998. p. 1165-1166. (Orthopaedic Transactions; vol. 21, no. 4).
7. Schenck, Jr., RC, Kovach, IS, Agarwal, A, Brummett, R, Lanctot, D, Athanasiou, KA. Strain Rate Sensitivity of Combined Knee Ligament Injuries: A Clinical Model 1998. p. 1107-1107. (Orthopaedic Transactions; vol. 21, no. 4).
8. Agarwal, A, Kovach, IS, Ward, R, Brummett, R, Lanctot, D, Athanasiou, KA, Schenck, Jr., RC. A Biomechanical Study of Cruciate Ligament Failure in Hyperextension at Clinically Relevant Strain Rates 1998. p. 1166-1166. (Orthopaedic Transactions; vol. 21, no. 4).
9. Agarwal, A, Lanctot, D, Liu, T, Korvick, D, Heckman, JD, Athanasiou, KA. The Effects of Diabetes on the Mechanical Properties of Articular Cartilage: A Causal Link with Osteoarthritis 1998. (Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons).
10. Ostrum, RF, Agarwal, A, Lakatos, RP, Poka, A. A Prospective Comparison of
Antegrade and Retrograde Femoral Intramedullary Nailing 1998. (Proceedings of
the Orthopaedic Trauma Association‘s 14th Annual Meeting).
11. Schenck, Jr., RC, Agarwal, A, Kovach, IS. Strain Rate Sensitivity of Combined Knee Ligament Injuries: A Clinical Model 1997. p. 694-694. (Orthopaedic Transactions; vol. 21, no. 2).
12. Agarwal, A, Athanasiou, KA, Brummet R, Schenck, Jr., RC. PCL Morphology and Ledge Appearance at the Tibial Insertion 1997. p. 698-699. (Orthopaedic Transactions; vol. 21, no. 2).
13. Agarwal, A, Lanctot, D, Liu, T, Korvick, D, Lavery, L, Heckman, JD, Athanasiou, KA. The Effects of Diabetes on the Biomechanical Properties of Rat Bone and Articular Cartilage 1997. p. 1044-1045. (Orthopaedic Transactions; vol. 21, no. 3).
14. Agarwal, A, Kovach, IS, Ward, R, Brummett, R, Lanctot, D, Athanasiou, KA, Schenck, Jr., RC. Strain Rate Sensitivity of Traumatic Knee Ligament Injuries 1997. (Proceedings of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association's 13th Annual Meeting).
15. Agarwal, A, Singhal, A, Athanasiou, KA. The Effects of Various Solutions On the Mechanical Properties of Normal Rabbit Articular Cartilage 1994. (Proceedings of the American Orthopaedic Association‘s 27th Annual Resident‘s Conference).
16. Athanasiou, KA, Agarwal A, Constantinides, G. Creep Indentation of Human Hip Articular Cartilage: Comparison of Biphasic Finite Element-Optimization and Semi-Analytical Solutions. 1992. p. 195-198. (Advances in Bioengineering, BED; vol. 22).
17. Athanasiou, KA, Agarwal, A, Dzida, FJ. Variations in the Material Properties of Human Hip Cartilage 1992. (Transactions of the 38th Annual meeting, Orthopaedic Research Society).
18. Agarwal A. A Comparative Study of the Mechanical Properties of Human Femoral Head and Acetabular Cartilage 1992. (Proceedings of the 33rd Annual National Student Research Forum).
19. Athanasiou, KA, Agarwal, A, Dzida, FJ. Material Properties of Human Hip Cartilage 1992. (Proceedings of the 4th Conference and Workshop of the Texas Mineralized Tissue Society).
20. Athanasiou, KA, Agarwal A, Dzida, FJ. A Comparative Study of the Intrinsic Mechanical Properties of the Human Acetabular and Femoral Head Cartilage 1991. p. 457-460. (Advances in Bioengineering, BED; vol. 20).

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