April Featured Editorial Board Members


Joo Han Oh, MD
Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery,
Seoul National University College of Medicine

Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery & Joint Reconstruction Center
Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
Seoul, South Korea

Dr. Joo Han Oh is a Professor of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Seoul National University College of Medicine, and Chief of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery & Joint Reconstruction Center, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea. He served as a Secretary General of 13th ICSES in Jeju, Korea, and is the current president of the Korean Shoulder and Elbow Society. His main clinical fields are Shoulder surgery and Sports Medicine. He has interests in clinical and basic researches in various shoulder disorders, and he works for several organizations of sports, such as a professional baseball team in Korea and National team of swimming and ski.

He has received several feature international awards: Savio L-S Woo’s Young Researcher Award in the 11th International Symposium on Ligament and Tendon (ISLT-XI) in 2011, The 20 top-cited article published in the Arthroscopy journal between 2008~2011 (Prognostic Factors Affecting Anatomical Outcomes of Rotator Cuff Repair and Correlation with Functional Outcomes), Charles S Neer Award (Effect of the adipose-derived stem cell for the improvement of fatty degeneration and rotator cuff healing in rabbit model) in 2013, NIRA (New Investigator Recognition Award) winner in 2016 Annual Meeting of ORS, and the Best Poster Award in SECEC Annual Meeting, 2018.

His clinical researches are focused on rotator cuff-related studies. He is looking for the risk factors of rotator cuff tear and prognostic factors of enhancing surgical repair, and thereby, he tries to specify the surgical indications, to provide rationale of the certain procedure, and finally, to improve surgical outcomes. Recently, the increased number of shoulder arthroplasty leads him to manage this sort of patients, and he is interests in the Asian-specific implants and bone preserving shoulder arthroplasty.

His previous translational researches are concentrated on how to increase tendon-to-bone healing of repaired rotator cuff with chronic rotator cuff tear model of rabbit using adipose-derived stem cell, allogenic dermal fibroblast, PRP and hyper-cholesterolemia model, and others. These pre-clinical research studies are directly translated to clinical prospective study to confirm the results of animal studies. Also, he has lots of experience with biomechanical cadaveric studies to solve the clinical queries during practice and to validate surgical instruments and implants. These kinds of clinical, pre-clinical, and biomechanical research studies merge the “bench-to-bed” approach with individualized and multidisciplinary concept to achieve regional biological augmentation using cells and cytokines, to combine the systemic treatment such as parathyroid hormone injection for massive tears, controlling endocrine disease and stop using NSAIDs, or to develop the new concept of surgical technique with suture anchors and shoulder arthroplasty implants.

Selected Published Work

Kim SH, Yang SH, Rhee SM, Lee KJ, Kim HS, Oh JH. The formation of perianchor fluid associated with various suture anchors used in rotator cuff repair – all-suture, polyetheretherketone, and biocomposite anchors. Bone Joint J. 2019;101(12):1506-12.

Park JH, Yang SH, Rhee SM, Oh JH. The effect of concomitant coracohumeral ligament release in arthroscopic rotator cuff repair to prevent postoperative stiffness: a retrospective comparative study. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2019;27(12):3381-9.

Oh JH, Yoon JP, Kim DH, et al. Does strength deficit correlate with shoulder function in patients with rotator cuff tears? Characteristics of massive tear. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2019;28(10):1861-8.

Oh JH, Park JH, Jeong HJ, Rhee SM. Comparing clinical outcomes after subacromial spacer insertion versus other reconstruction methods in the treatment of irreparable massive rotator cuff tearsOrthop J Sports Med. 2019;7(9):1-12.

Oh JH, Kim DH, Jeong HJ, Park JH, Rhee SM. Effect of recombinant human parathyroid hormone on rotator cuff healing after arthroscopic repair. Arthroscopy. 2019;35(4):1064-71.

Kwon J, Lee YH, Kim SH, Ko JH, Park BK, Oh JHDelamination does not affect outcomes after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair as compared with nondelaminated rotator cuff tears – a study of 1043 consecutive casesAm J Sports Med. 2019;47(3):674–681.

Kwon J, Kim SH, Lee YH, Kim TI, Oh JHThe Rotator Cuff Healing Index: A new scoring system to predict rotator cuff healing after surgical repairAm J Sports Med. 2019;47(1):173-80.

Kwon J, Kim YH, Rhee SM, Kim TI, Lee J, Jeon S, Oh JHEffects of allogenic dermal fibroblasts on rotator cuff healing in a rabbit model of chronic tear.  Am J Sports Med. 2018;46(8):1901-8.

Jeong HJ, Rhee SM, Oh JHPostoperative new-onset pseudoparalysis  – a retrospective analysis of 430 consecutive arthroscopic repairs for large-to-massive rotator cuff tearsAm J Sports Med. 201846(7):1701-10.

Rhee SM, Jung NY, Chung HJ, Oh JHSubacromial local anesthetics do not interfere with rotator cuff healing after arthroscopic repairAm J Sports Med. 2018;46(5):1097-1105.

Oh JH, Suh HJ, Kim SH. Do Selective COX-2 inhibitors affect pain control and healing after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair? A preliminary studyAm J Sports Med. 2018;46(3):679-86.

Park JS, Kim SH, Jung HJ, Lee YH, Oh JHA prospective randomized study comparing the interference screw and suture anchor techniques for biceps tenodesisAm J Sporst Med. 2017;45(2):1153-64.

Oh JH, Song BW, Choi JA, Lee GY, Kim SH, Kim DH. Measurement of coracohumeral distance in 3 shoulder positions using dynamic ultrasonography:correlation with subscapularis tear. Arthroscopy. 2016;32(8):1502-8.

Oh JH, Lee YH, Kim SH, Park JS, et al. Comparison of treatments for superior labrum-biceps complex lesions with concomitant rotator cuff repair: a prospective, randomized, comparative analysis of debridement, biceps tenotomy, and biceps tenodesis. Arthroscopy. 2016;32(6):985-67.

Chung SW, Park HB, Kwon J, Choe GY, Kim SH, Oh JHEffect of hypercholesterolemia on fatty infiltration and the quality of tendon-to-bone healing in a rabbit model of a chronic rotator cuff tear: electrophysiological, biomechanical, and histological analysesAm J Sports Med. 2016;44(5):1153-64.

Roh YH, Kim W, Park KU, Oh JH. Cytokine-release kinetics of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) according to various activation protocols. Bone Joint Res. 2016;5(2):37-45.


Men’s Basketball staff headshots on Tuesday, December 17, 2019.

Grant Jones, MD
Professor and Head Team Physician

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio

Grant Jones, MD is a Professor in The Ohio State University Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and is in his 22nd year as a Team Physician for the Ohio State University Department of Athletics. He serves as the Head Team Physician for OSU’s basketball team and an orthopaedic consultant for OSU’s other varsity teams.  He has also been the Head Team Physician for the Columbus Clippers (Triple-A Affiliate of the Cleveland Indians) since 2009 and Team Physician for the Columbus Destroyers (Arena League Football) since 2019.  Furthermore, he is the Head Team Physician for the Upper Arlington Public School System.

Jones, a native of Upper Arlington, Ohio, graduated from Denison University with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1988.  He was class valedictorian at Denison and was a team captain for the Denison football squad and team MVP in 1987. He was the Woody Hayes National Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1987 and the GTE NCAA Academic All-American Player- of- the- Year-Football/College Division in 1987.    He was an All-North Coast Athletic Conference performer in 1986 and ’87. Time Magazine selected him for its Achievement Award as one of the Top 20 College students in the nation in 1987.  In 2014, he was inducted into the Denison University Athletic Hall-of-Fame.  And, in 2015, he was inducted into the Capitol One/ CoSida NCAA Academic All-American Hall-of-Fame for all sports.

He earned his medical doctorate from The Ohio State College of Medicine in 1992, graduating with Honors and completed his Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at The Ohio State University in 1997.  He then completed his Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Hughston Clinic in Georgia in 1997-1998.

In 2007, Jones was awarded the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association Team Physician of the Year Award.  In 2008, Jones participated in the AOSSM Traveling Fellowship to South America (one of four American orthopedic surgeons selected to travel and give lectures). He also has been awarded two Neer Awards (2011 and 2013) which are given to the authors of the top international research papers in shoulder and elbow surgery each year.  He has served on multiple AOSSM committees, including two stints on both the Traveling Fellowship and Publications Committees.  He is also a reviewer for multiple journals including CORR, AJSM, JBJS, JSES, and OJSM, and he serves as the Editor of AOSSM’s Sports Medicine Update.  He is a member of the Magellan Society, an international group consisting of the top sports medicine orthopaedic surgeons in the world and was chosen as the North American (AOSSM) representative to the Board of Directors for the Society and President Elect in 2018.  In 2018, he was selected for the Herodicus Society, another prestigious, select international group of orthopaedic sports medicine physicians.

In 2019, Jones was selected as Chairman of the Publications Committee for AOSSM, and as this chairman, he serves on the Board of Directors for AOSSM.  Furthermore, he was elected to the AOSSM Council of Delegates in 2019.  He has been selected as an Elite Reviewer for JBJS and as a member of the AJSM Editorial Board.  He regularly speaks nationally and internationally, including multiple trips to South America, Europe and Japan, and frequently hosts orthopaedic sports medicine physicians from South America at The Ohio State University Jameson Crane Sports Medicine Institute.  Furthermore, he is a founding member of the MOON (Multi-Center Outcomes Network) Shoulder Group, which is a multi-center collaboration producing some of the top research in the field of Shoulder Surgery, and he is an investigator in the Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair Trial (ARC Trial), which will be the largest randomized trial ever performed in Orthopaedic Surgery when it is completed.  Finally, he was involved in a recently concluded patient blinded, randomized multi-center study on a novel device, InSpace, for the treatment of irreparable rotator cuff tears.

Jones presently lives in Upper Arlington, OH with his wife of 16 years, Jamie, and children, Hudson (14 years old) and Evelyn (12 years old), and he remains actively involved in the local community.

Selected Published Work

Dunn WR, Kuhn JE, Sanders R, An Q, Baumgarten KM, Bishop JY, Brophy RH, Carey JL, Harrell F, Holloway BG, Jones GLMa CB, Marx RG, McCarty EC, Poddar SK, Smith MV, Spencer EE, Vidal AF, Wolf BR, Wright RW, MOON Shoulder Group  2013 Neer Award: Predictors of failure of nonoperative treatment of chronic, symptomatic, full-thickness rotator cuff tears.  J Shoulder Elbow Surg.  2016; 25: 1303-1311.

Mishra AK, Skrepnik NV, Edwards SG, Jones GL, Sampson S, Vermillion DA, Ramsey ML, David K, Rettig AC. Efficacy of Platelet-Rich Plasma for Chronic Tennis Elbow: A Double-Blind, Prospective, Multicenter, Randomized Controlled Trial of 230 Patients.  Am J Sports Med. 2014;42(2): 463-71.

Kuhn JE, Dunn WR, Sanders R, Baumgarten KM, Bishop JY, Brophy RH, Carey JL, Holloway BG, Jones GL, et al.  Effectiveness of Physical Therapy in Treating Atraumatic Full-Thickness Rotator Cuff Tears:  A Multicenter Prospective Cohort Study.  J  Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2013;22(10):1371-1379. (2011 Neer Award).

Harris J, Pedroza A, Jones GL, Baumgarten KM, Bishop J, Brophy RH, Carey JL, Dunn WR, Holloway GB, Kuhn JF, Ma CB, Marx RG, McCarty EC, Poddar SK, Smith MV, Spencer EE, Vidal AF, Wolf BR, Wright RW.  Predictors of pain and function in patients with symptomatic, atraumatic full-thickness rotator cuff tears:  a time-zero analysis of a prospective patient cohort enrolled in a structured physical therapy programAm J Sports Med. 2012;40(2): 359-366.

Cronin KJ, Wolf BR, Magnuson JA, Jacobs CA, Ortiz S; MOON Shoulder Group, Bishop JY, Bollier MJ, Baumgarten KM, Bravman JT, Brophy RH, Cox CL, Feeley BT, Grant JA, Jones GL, Kuhn JE, Benjamin Ma C, Marx RG, McCarty EC, Miller BS, Seidl AJ, Smith MV, Wright RW, Zhang AL, Hettrich CM. The prevalence and clinical implications of comorbid back pain in shoulder instability: A Multicenter Orthopaedic Outcomes Network (MOON) shoulder instability cohort studyOrthop J Sports Med. 2020;8(2):2325967119894738.

Frantz TL, Everhart J, Neviaser A, Cvetanovich GL, Jones GL, Hettrich CM, Wolf BR, MOON Shoulder Group, Bishop JY.  Are patients who undergo the Latarjet procedure ready to return to play at 6 months? A Multicenter Orthopaedic Outcomes Network (MOON) Shoulder Group Cohort Study Am J Sports Med.  2020;48(4):923-930.

Magnusen JA, Dunn RH, Hettrich CM, Wolf BR, MOON Shoulder Group (Jones GL). Sex-related difference in patients undergoing surgery for shoulder instability: A MOON shoulder instability cohort study.  J Shoulder Elbow Surg.  2019;28(6):1013-1021.

Trin TQ, Naimark MB, Bedi A, Carpenter JE, Robbins CB, MOON Shoulder Group (Jones GL). Clinical outcomes following anterior shoulder stabilization in overhead athletes: An analysis of the MOON shoulder instability cohortAm J Sports Med.  2019;47(6):1404-1410.

Duchman KR, Hettrich CM, Glass NA, Westerman RW, MOON Shoulder Group (Jones GL), Wolf BR. The incidence of glenohumeral bone and cartilage lesions at the time of anterior shoulder stabilization surgery:  A comparison of patients undergoing primary and revision surgeryAm J Sports Med. 2018;46(10):2449-2456.

Ravinda A, Barlow JB, Jones GL, Bishop JY. A prospective evaluation of predictors of pain after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: Psychosocial factors have a stronger association than structural factors. J Shoulder Elbow Surg.  2018; 27(10):1824-1829.

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