Vikas Khanduja

Vikas Khanduja is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in both sports surgery and arthroplasty aspects of hip surgery at Addenbrooke’s – Cambridge University Hospital. He has been instrumental in setting up the tertiary referral service for young adults with hip pathology in Cambridge for the East of England and leads the service as well. In addition to his clinical practice, he also leads the Cambridge Young Adult Hip research group and is an Affiliated Associate Professor at the University of Cambridge. The focus of the research group is on the use of novel technologies for the assessment and improvement of outcomes in young adults with hip pathology. The group has a strong national and international presence with good collaborative links within Cambridge and abroad. Mr. Khanduja has authored over 190 peer reviewed articles and three books.

He is the recipient of the Arnott Medal presented by the RCS Eng in 2013, the Hunterian Professorship presented by the RCS Eng in 2021, the Armourers and Braisiers Venture Prize in 2022 and the Institute of Physics Lee Lucas Award in 2023. He currently sits on the Executive Board of the British Hip Society as the Immediate Past President, the ESSKA Board as Chair of European Hip Preservation Associates, the SICOT Board as President Elect, ISAKOS as the Associate Editor in Chief of JISAKOS and is the Trustee and Past Chair of the Non Arthroplasty Hip Registry. He has contributed immensely to the Hip Preservation community over the past 15 years and wishes to continue to do the same for the ESSKA-EHPA especially in the arena of Research and the use of technology for Education.