In March 2012, Dr Allan Young and Dr Benjamin Cass founded Sydney Shoulder Research Institute (SSRI). SSRI is dedicated to undertaking research that will translate into real patient outcomes and innovations in the field of orthopaedic surgery. We focus on only a select number of projects at any given time to maximise the quality of our research.
We appoint two Fellows each year to undertake independent and collaborative research projects while developing their surgical, clinical and teaching skills under the expert guidance of Dr Young and Dr Cass as well as our esteemed colleagues Professor David Sonnabend and Dr Jeffery Hughes.
Drs Young and Cass engaged Jasmin Gwynne to establish SSRI and Jasmin now oversees all of the Institute’s research, fellowship and operational activities. Prior to joining SSRI, Jasmin spent 9 years in senior community service, 2 years in high end realty and project marketing and 10 years in academic and applied psychology.
At its core is a question we want answered (and know others do too).
We study, discuss and refine our question and have our methods of answering approved.
We collect and examine our data, ask our question and see what answers we get.
We tell the story of our findings and sometimes the story surprises us.
We tell our story to a few (meetings) and the many (publication).
Then relax, reflect and ask ourselves - what next?
Of 12 months duration commencing either late January or late July, the SSRI Fellowship provides thorough training through a combination of clinical and research experience.Fellowship Programs →