Li Felländer-Tsai

Li Felländer-Tsai är professor i ortopedi vid Karolinska Institutet sedan 2006. Hon är medgrundare till Centrum för avancerad medicinsk simulering och träning (Simulatorcentrum). Li Felländer-Tsai var mellan 2012-2016 ordförande i Svensk ortopedisk förening och utbildningssekreterare i styrelsen 2009-2011. Mellan 2011-2016 var hon styrelseledamot i KTHs universitetsstyrelse. Hon tilldelades Karolinska Institutets pedagogiska pris 2001.
Li Felländer-Tsai har handlett 13 doktorander till disputation och varit fakultetsopponent vid disputation för doktorsexamen vid 6 tillfällen. Hon disputerade 1992, blev docent 1996 och professor 2016.

  • Full professor/senior consultant in Orthopedics at Karolinska Institutet since 2006
  • Director and founder of the Center for advanced medical simulation and training (CAMST)
  • Chairman of the Division of Orthopedics and Biotechnology, CLINTEC, Karolinska Institutet
  • President of the Nordic Orthopaedic Federation
  • Past chairman Department of clinical science intervention and technology (CLINTEC) and Center for Surgical Sciences (CFSS), Karolinska Institutet (2001-2017)
  • Past president Swedish Orthopaedic Association (2012-2016)
  • Past secretary of education Swedish Orthopaedic Association (2009-2011)
  • Member of the board Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) (2011-2016)
  • Excellent Leadership (Senior leadership program at Karolinska Institutet, 2004-2005)
  • Executive Education, medical management program, Stockholm School of Economics 2001-2002
  • Appointed associate professor at Karolinska Institutet 1996
  • Visiting Fellow Childrens Hospital, Harvard, Boston Feb- 1996
  • PhD at Karolinska Institutet 1992
  • MD at Karolinska Institutet 1990
  • Awarded the Pedagogic prize at Karolinska Institutet 2001
  • Appointed the award "The outstanding young persons of the world" in the category academic leadership and research, Sweden, 1998
  • Course leadership for several graduate courses e.g. simulation instruction, arthroscopy and university teaching
  • Course leadership for several undergraduate courses in trauma care and orthopedics
  • Numerous original articles in the field of simulation and orthopedics
  • Supervisor to 13 completed PhD theses
  • Current supervisor to 3 PhD candidates