Dr. Julius Oni is an Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He specializes in joint replacement surgery of the hip and knee, minimally invasive surgery, as well as complex and revision arthroplasty. He completed his medical school at Howard University College of Medicine and where he was distinguished in the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honors society. He then completed his residency at the New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases, a program consistently ranked in the United States top ten for orthopedic surgery. He later completed a fellowship in Adult Reconstructive Surgery at Rush University Medical Center, widely regarded as one of the top adult reconstruction fellowships in the United States. Prior to his appointment at Hopkins, he was a hip and knee surgeon at Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia and held an appointment as a clinical assistant professor at the Thomas Jefferson University Medical College. Dr Oni’s training, research, and experience has focused on investigating and optimizing clinical outcomes after total joint replacements. His research interests include investigation of hip and knee degenerative disease risk factors, avascular necrosis, minimally invasive techniques, clinical outcomes optimization, and the use of augmented reality in joint replacements. He has also written multiple peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters.