Daniel Kendoff is an Associate Professor and currently works as an Attending Orthopedic Surgeon at the ENDO-Klinik, Hamburg, Germany. Kendoff recieved the M.D. and Ph.D. degrees. He fulfilled a previous fellowship at the ENDO-Klinik and at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), NY, USA, after finishing his residency in the orthopedic trauma department in Hannover, Germany. His clinical focus is on primary and revision total knee and hip replacement and complex reconstructive orthopedic trauma cases. Besides the clinical involvement, Kendoff became the scientific Director of the ENDO-Klinik in 2010. He has published more than 120 peer-reviewed articles, written 9 book chapters, and gained his “venia legendi” and associate professorship from the Hannover Medical School (MHH), in 2008, in the field of computer assisted surgery, intraoperative 3D imaging, and robotics in orthopedic surgery. His additional research includes all clinical arthroplasty sciences, as well as numerous basic science studies in the complete field of orthopedics, trauma, and reconstructive surgery. Since 2001, Kendoff has focused on the clinical and research topic of total joint replacement in orthopedic surgery. Since 2009, he focused also on clinical investigation of modern blood management, oral antithrombotics, hip and knee revisions, and outcome of septical revisions in one- and two-staged procedures in total joint care.
Biography Updated on 1 July 2013