He leads and supports key research projects related to the retrieval analysis of failed hip, knee and spine implants which have led to: (1) 45, (2) over 80 acceptances of abstracts to leading international conferences and (3) collaboration with over 70 co-authors including surgeons, engineers, scientists, statisticians and students from Germany, USA, Canada, Finland, Australia, China, Switzerland and across the UK.
He has lectured to undergraduate and postgraduate students, is currently supervising 4 PhD students and has previously supervised 12 MSc/BSc students who have all presented their work at international conferences or submitted manuscripts for peer-review. Additionally, he has raised over £160,000 to support projects including the funding of one of his PhD students.
Harry has run independent projects for the LIRC, funded by manufacturers including DePuy and Stryker. He also provides expert engineering advice in medical-legal cases.
He was a 2016 British Orthopaedic Research Society (BORS) travelling fellow, visiting key research centres in Hong Kong, China (Xi'an), Australia (Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney) and Singapore.