1 Director Clinical Investigation and Documentation Institute (AOCID), Member of Executive Management at AO Foundation, AO Foundation, University of Rochester - William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration, Zurich Area, Switzerland
2 Past President of AO Foundation , Chief of Orthopedic and Trauma Network, BDMS, Senior Director of Bangkok Orthopedic Center
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