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Lukas Leopold Negrin

Lukas Leopold Negrin
Lukas Leopold Negrin
Department of Trauma Surgery
Medical University of Vienna
Medical University of Vienna


Lukas Leopold Negrin enrolled human medicine at the Medical University of Vienna in 2003 where he graduated in 2009. Soon after, he started as a resident at the Medical University of Trauma Surgery in Vienna, where he still works today. He is a member of the outpatient clinics „sports traumatology“ and „pediatric traumatology“ and the work group „polytrauma“; furthermore he is involved in education and training of the students. Already during his studies LL Negrin tried to acquire additional qualifications in trauma surgery by volunteering in two Viennese hospitals, by completing clinical traineeships in Louisville (USA), Stuttgart (Germany) and Londonderry (Northern Ireland) and by attending surgery courses. In order to provide the best medical care for his patients LL Negrin dedicates himself to research, focusing on cartilage repair, acetabular fractures, pulmonary complications of polytraumatized patients and ruptures of the knee extensor mechanism. His work is documented in numerous publications and congress presentations.

Research Interest

Cartilage repair, Acetabular fractures, Pulmonary complications of polytraumatized patients and ruptures of the knee extensor mechanism




Microfracture of the Knee: Which Findings Can Be Derived From Statistical Analyses Summarizing 16 Studies?

Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation Versus Microfracture of the Knee

Lukas Leopold Negrin and Vilmos Vécsei
Case Report: J Trauma Treat 2012, 1:152
DOI: 10.4172/2167-1222.1000152
Lukas Leopold Negrin
Editorial: J Clinic Trials 2012, 2: e106
DOI: 10.4172/2167-0870.1000e106