David G. Campbell, BMBS, PhD, FRACS, FAOrthA, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Wakefield Orthopaedic Clinic, South Australia.
David G. Campbell is a joint reconstruction surgeon at the Wakefield Orthopaedic Clinic, Adelaide, and Associate Professor at the University of Adelaide. He is a graduate of the Australian Orthopaedic Association training program. His orthopaedic education included time as a junior registrar on the London program (United Kingdom) and reconstruction fellowship training in Vancouver. He completed a PhD thesis on bone grafting during his residency training.
He is currently the president of the Australian Arthroplasty Society and chairman of the South Australian Orthopaedic Association.
His research interests include RSA measurements of implant fixation and wear, surgical safety including VTE prophylaxis, and blood management. He is a design surgeon with projects including primary and revision arthroplasty, infected joint salvage, and acetabular revision systems. He especially enjoys the interaction with other specialists of the arthroplasty world including engineers, basic scientists and medical companies.
David is married with three adult children. He enjoys water and snow skiing, he is a competition aerobatic pilot.
David is the author of a paper in the December 2016 issue of The Bone & Joint Journal:
S. A. Callary, J. R. Field, D. G. Campbell
Bone Joint J December 2016 98-B: 1604-1610.
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