Washington University’s Department of Orthopaedic Surgery currently ranks first in the United States for National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding for orthopedic clinical science research. WashU Orthopedics received over $8.3 million from the NIH in 2020, according to the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research (BRIMR). In addition, three WashU Orthopedics research faculty rank in the top […]
Dr. Yousef Abu-Amer, PhD, was installed as the inaugural Dr. J. Albert Key Professor on January 22, 2020.This is an extraordinary achievement and an outstanding recognition of Dr. Abu-Amer’s contributions to the field.
Congratulations to Dr. Clarrisa Craft, PhD for her appointment to The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) finance committee.
Dr. Matthew Silva, PhD was named ORS Treasurer Elect for 2018-2019, will become treasurer 2019-2022
Dr. Farshid Guilak, PhD was featured in St. Louis Magazine!
Dr. Clarissa Craft, Awarded a New NIH Grant
Washington University Orthopaedic Surgery Research and the Division of Bone and Mineral present 19 abstracts at the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) Annual Meeting 2018 in Montreal, Canada.
Congratulations to Tim Peterson, PhD, Asst. Prof of Medicine, on his recent NIH R01 award on “Genetic Factors of Bone Loss in Older Adults Taking Antidepressants”
We were notified at the end of March that the P30 will be funded for another five years! Thank you to everyone that participated in submitting the proposal. Many hours were devoted to the effort. We will continue three of our four cores:1. Administrative Core2. Structure and Strength Core3. Histology and Morphometry Core and introducing […]
Congratulations to Farooq Rai, PhD, for earning the Harold Frost Young Investigator Award from the ASBMR and the opportunity to present his work at the ORS Society in Sun Valley in August!