Derek Amanatullah, MD, PhD

Title Assistant Professor Institute/Lab/Company Stanford University Specific Area of Interest Total Joint Arthroplasty Who has been (have been) your mentor(s)? Lance Liotta, Stuart Goodman What are you currently working on? Periprosthetic Joint Infection What has been the biggest challenge/issue for you lately in your research? Funding and Space What project(s) are you looking forward to in [...]

Spencer Szczesny, PhD

Title Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Institute/Lab/Company Pennsylvania State University Specific Area of Interest Tendon/ligament biomechanics, mechanobiology, and remodeling Who has been (have been) your mentor(s)? I have been blessed with a number of great mentors throughout my career, including Dr. Steffen Leonhardt at the RWTH Aachen University who helped me navigate [...]

Amanda Wach

The Stryker/ORS Women’s Research Fellowship promotes women in science by providing an opportunity for a female ORS member who is a recent PhD in science or engineering to conduct research in the field of orthopaedic technology. The Fellowship provides one year of support in the amount of up to $50,000 for eligible applicants. Last year's recipient, Amanda Wach, [...]

Matthew Allen, VetMB, PhD

The Journal of Orthopaedic Research® has eight Associate Editors who dedicate their time to the Journal. Matthew Allen, VetMB, PhD has served as an Associate Editor for the past two years. What is your specific area of research? Preclinical animal models of musculoskeletal disease What has been the biggest challenge/issue for you as an associate editor? Finding [...]

Chantal de Bakker

Chantal de Bakker is an Associate Member of the ORS and a graduate student in the Bioengineering Department of the University of Pennsylvania. She is conducting her PhD thesis research in the laboratory of Dr. Xiaowei (Sherry) Liu (ORS Member). Ms. de Bakker received the 2015 ORS/RJOS Young Female Investigator Travel Grant for her presentation [...]

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Henry J. Donahue, PhD

Henry J. Donahue, PhD was the 2017 recipient of the 2017 ORS Outstanding Achievement in Mentoring Award. Dr. Donahue is the School of Engineering Foundation Professor and Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Virginia Commonwealth University. He received his PhD in Biology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at [...]

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Susan Chubinskaya, PhD

Susan Chubinskaya, PhD was the 2017 recipient of the ORS Women’s Leadership Forum Award. She is currently the Klaus Kuettner Professor of Osteoarthritis Research, Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs and Vice-Chair for Research and Faculty Development in the Department of Pediatrics at Rush University Medical Center. Specific Area of Interest Post-traumatic osteoarthritis, cartilage repair and regeneration, growth [...]

Rick Sumner, PhD

Name and Title D. Rick Sumner, The Mary Lou Bell McGrew Presidential Professor for Medical Research and Chair, Department of Cell & Molecular Medicine (formerly, Anatomy and Cell Biology) Institute/Lab/Company Rush Medical College, Rush University Medical Center Specific Area of Interest Bone regeneration, bone remodeling, role of bone in osteoarthritis What are you currently working [...]

By |2021-02-23T19:02:07+00:00March 19th, 2020|Basic Science, Biologist, Bone, Cartilage, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Eve Donnelly, PhD

Dr. Eve Donnelly is an Assistant Professor in the department of Materials Science and Engineering at Cornell University, where she joined the faculty in 2012. She received her BS and MS in Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. In 2007 she received her PhD in Mechanical Engineering at Cornell University. Dr. Donnelly was [...]

By |2021-02-23T19:05:08+00:00March 17th, 2020|Bone, Engineer, Female Investigator, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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