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Dr. Matthew A. Mormino

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Orthopaedic Surgeon

Phone: (402) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Nebraska , United States
The Nebraska Medical Center
983285 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha , Nebraska 68198
United States

Company Description: The Nebraska Medical Center was formed in 1997 with the merger of Clarkson Hospital, Nebraska's first hospital, and University Hospital, the teaching hospital for...   more

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Matthew Mormino MD Archives - Nebraska Medicine, 8 July 2013 [cached]
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Matthew Mormino, orthopaedic surgeon, The Nebraska Medical Center responds to an article published by The Huffington Post online describing the idea of using a 3D bioprinter and human stem cells to create new bones.
MATTHEW A. MORMINO, ..., 8 Feb 2012 [cached]
MATTHEW A. MORMINO, MD specializes in orthopaedic traumatology and lower extremities. He completed a trauma fellowship at the University of Washington.
Aastrom, 21 July 2005 [cached]
The Principal Investigator for this site is Matthew A. Mormino, M.D.Dr. Mormino is an Associate Professor and Residency Program Director for the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska.Edward V. Fehringer, M.D. will join Dr. Mormino as co-investigator for this trial.
We intend to establish the ability of adult bone marrow-derived stem and progenitor cells to function as bone forming cells to promote fracture healing in adversarial situations such as open and/or established non-union fractures," said Dr. Mormino.
Stem Cells - News - Adult Stem Cells Tested as Fracture Treatment UNMC Joins a Study that Could Eliminate Painful Bone-grafting Procedures., 23 July 2005 [cached]
Although the research is in early stages, it is promising, said Dr. Matthew Mormino, associate professor of orthopedic surgery and director of orthopedic trauma at UNMC.
He noted that the research does not involve the use of embryonic stem cells, the subject of considerable debate nationwide and in Nebraska.
"We think we're going to be able to provide some additional patient comfort as well as a more effective way to treat" such nonhealing breaks, Mormino said.
"This is just taking that to the next level and ensuring that you're getting what you hoped for," Mormino said.
He said he's confident that at some point, adult stem cells or other growth factors will routinely be used in treating fractures, along with surgical techniques.
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