ORS Fellows

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What is the ORS Fellows Program?

The ORS Fellows Program recognizes individuals who have demonstrated service and leadership, substantial achievement, expert knowledge, and significant contributions to the field of musculoskeletal research and the Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS). Fellows represent the ORS as the thought leaders and topic experts in their respective disciplines. Fellows will also serve as role models in the ORS membership community and in the field of musculoskeletal research.

What do ORS Fellows do?

ORS Fellows enhance the core values of the ORS and the field of musculoskeletal research by:

  • Supporting and exhibiting the ORS mission to advance musculoskeletal research worldwide
  • Inspiring excellence and innovation in research by providing expert advice and cultivating knowledge
  • Serving as role models by demonstrating professionalism and leadership through the highest standards in scholarship, science, and research
  • Engaging and fostering the enhancement of the ORS member community through leadership, education, scientific programming, and collaboration

Inaugural Class of ORS Fellows

Gunnar Andersson, MD, PhD

Joan E. Bechtold, PhD

Joseph A. Buckwalter, MD

Mathias P.G. Bostrom, MD

David B. Burr, PhD

Dennis R. Carter, PhD

Bruce Caterson, PhD

Richard D. Coutts, MD

Richard Cruess, MD

Dwight T. Davy, PhD

Michael G. Ehrlich, MD

Christopher H. Evans, PhD

Gary E. Friedlaender, MD

Mary Goldring, PhD

Alan J. Grodzinsky, PhD

Farshid Guilak, PhD

Joshua J. Jacobs, MD

Brian Johnstone, PhD

Theodore Miclau, MD

Van C. Mow, PhD

Regis O’Keefe, MD, PhD

Edward Puzas, PhD

Clare M. Rimnac, PhD

Linda J. Sandell, PhD

Stephen Trippel, MD

Savio L-Y. Woo, PhD

Timothy M. Wright, PhD

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