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This profile was last updated on 6/8/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Dr. Brian J. Cole

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Background

Employment History

Education

  • MBA
    University of Chicago
  • MD
    University of Chicago
18 Total References
Web References
Body1 - Complete Source for Body & Health Information
www.woundcare1.com, 8 June 2006 [cached]
Dr. Brian Cole: Comprehensive Approach to Cartilage Restoration
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Dr. Brian Cole: Comprehensive Approach to Cartilage Restoration
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Dr. Brian Cole: Comprehensive Approach to Cartilage Restoration
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Its medical director, Dr. Brian Cole, is one of the few orthopedic surgeons performing autologous chondrocyte implantation procedures at Rush.He is also the primary investigator for a longitudinal study comparing this technique with others.Dr. Cole's long-standing interest in innovative techniques in cartilage restoration was already apparent early in his residency training.Prior to entering the residency program at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, he received an MD and an MBA from the University of Chicago.Following his residency, Dr. Cole completed a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh.Dr. Cole's efforts at Rush bring a scientific approach to the evaluation and implementation of new technologies aimed at restoring articular cartilage.
Knee1: How did you first become interested in cartilage restoration?
Dr. Cole: As a resident at the Hospital for Special Surgery, the problem most difficult to manage were patients who were relatively young and active and had knee pain that was due to either problems in the articular cartilage (cartilage that lines the ends of bones), or problems with their meniscus.
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Dr. Cole: It was about the same then as well.
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Dr. Cole: When I started at Rush-Presbyterian -St.
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Dr. Cole: Yes, they get operated on at Rush.
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Dr. Cole: Actually, I was also very skeptical at first, primarily because of the high cost of the procedure.
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Dr. Cole: If I had to pinpoint the perfect candidate for Carticel, it would be an individual who is relatively young, less than 35-40 years old, with a knee a knee that has a relatively discrete or localized area of articular cartilage loss, with a mid-size to larger lesion and no other pathology in the knee (so normal meniscus and no other kissing or reciprocal lesions on the opposing articular surfaces).
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Dr. Cole: The majority of insurance plans are now covering it, since the FDA approved it and the 36-month registry data have become available.
Body1 - Complete Source for Body & Health Information
www.knie1.com, 4 April 2006 [cached]
Dr. Brian ColeBody1 - Complete Source for Body & Health Information
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Dr. Cole
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Dr. Brian Cole: Comprehensive Approach to Cartilage Restoration
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Its medical director, Dr. Brian Cole, is one of the few orthopedic surgeons performing autologous chondrocyte implantation procedures at Rush.He is also the primary investigator for a longitudinal study comparing this technique with others.Dr. Cole's long-standing interest in innovative techniques in cartilage restoration was already apparent early in his residency training.Prior to entering the residency program at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, he received an MD and an MBA from the University of Chicago.Following his residency, Dr. Cole completed a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh.Dr. Cole's efforts at Rush bring a scientific approach to the evaluation and implementation of new technologies aimed at restoring articular cartilage.
Knee1: How did you first become interested in cartilage restoration?
Dr. Cole: As a resident at the Hospital for Special Surgery, the problem most difficult to manage were patients who were relatively young and active and had knee pain that was due to either problems in the articular cartilage (cartilage that lines the ends of bones), or problems with their meniscus.
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Dr. Cole: It was about the same then as well.
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Dr. Cole: When I started at Rush-Presbyterian -St.
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Dr. Cole: Yes, they get operated on at Rush.
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Dr. Cole: Actually, I was also very skeptical at first, primarily because of the high cost of the procedure.
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Dr. Cole: If I had to pinpoint the perfect candidate for Carticel, it would be an individual who is relatively young, less than 35-40 years old, with a knee a knee that has a relatively discrete or localized area of articular cartilage loss, with a mid-size to larger lesion and no other pathology in the knee (so normal meniscus and no other kissing or reciprocal lesions on the opposing articular surfaces).
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Dr. Cole: The majority of insurance plans are now covering it, since the FDA approved it and the 36-month registry data have become available.
Press Release
www.genzyme.com, 16 July 2007 [cached]
Internationally renowned orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Brian Cole of Rush-Presbyterian-St.Luke's Medical Center, presented the data from the STAR study at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) meeting yesterday in Calgary, Canada.
"This was a well done, rigorous study which provided confirmation of our current treatment options for these types of patients," stated Dr. Cole.
The Physician and Sportsmedicine: Knee Arthritis in Active Individuals
www.physsportsmed.com, 12 Sept 2001 [cached]
Paul A. Dowdy , MD ; Brian J. Cole , MD ; Christopher D. Harner , MD
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Dr Cole is an assistant professor in the department of orthopedic surgery at Rush-Presbyterian-St Luke's Medical Center in Chicago.
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www.prnewswire.com, 16 July 2007 [cached]
surgeon, Dr. Brian Cole of Rush-Presbyterian-St.Luke's Medical Center,
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