Dr. Brian Bradke’s work focused on a serious health concern of aging populations: the increased risk of vertebral fractures, which account for more than half of all osteoporotic fractures and lead to increased mortality and morbidity. During the fellowship period, using the latest methods in biomedical imaging and computational analysis, he developed a three-dimensional fracture risk prediction tool using unique computational methods and standard-resolution computerized tomography (CT). As a result of his work, he submitted a full-length manuscript to Spine, which was accepted and will be published in the spring of 2016. Additionally, he submitted a proposal to the Orthopedic Research Society’s annual meeting in the fall of 2016.

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