Dee and Jimmy Haslam, owners of the National Football League’s Cleveland Browns, macde a $20 million gift to establish the University Hospitals Haslam Sports Innovation Center.
The center will be led by James Voos, MD, chair of UH’s orthopedic surgery department and head team physician for the Cleveland Browns. It aims to identify and invest in sports medicine innovations, with an eye on improving performance, reducing injury risk and promoting healing for stronger, healthier athletes.
Dr. Voos’ research includes creating a return to play assessment after ACL reconstruction using wearable technology. He has also led the way in regenerative medicine, with University Hospitals Drusinsky Sports Medicine Institute one of the few U.S. institutions to receive FDA approval to multiply and grow stem cells for arthritis treatment, Becker’s reports. Read more.