Clinical Epidemiology

Health Services and Computational Biology

Clinical epidemiology, health services research and computational biology focuses on improving heath care delivery and health care spending, evidence-based medicine, and improving outcomes from orthopaedic surgery procedures.

Clinical Epidemiology

Improving outcomes for patients with musculoskeletal injuries and diseases. (Gagnier, Hughes, Miller)

Health Services Research

Determining the best practices to reduce medical errors and identify optimal device selection for joint replacement procedures. (Gagnier, Hallstrom, Hughes)

Computational Biology

Combining biomechanics, machine learning, clinical epidemiology, and operations research to improve the delivery and cost effectiveness of musculoskeletal healthcare. (Hughes)

Clinical Epidemiology & Research in Orthopaedic Surgery

CEROS is a research laboratory within the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of Michigan.  We conduct clinical and epidemiological research focused on improving outcomes in patients with musculoskeletal conditions and advancing clinical research reporting and methodology.