This post-doctoral fellowship is designed to explore the fundamental concepts of regenerative medicine in Orthopaedic Surgery. Candidates should have a strong background in cell/developmental biology and an interest in Orthopaedics. Experiments will include human and, potentially, preclinical animal experiments, so candidates should be comfortable with standard wet lab techniques and open to translational and clinical lab work. Demonstrated competence with in vitro techniques, next generation sequencing, and bioinformatics are strongly desired.
Candidates should have an MD, MD/PhD, PhD or equivalent degree, competent in developmental biology, interest in orthopaedic surgery a plus.
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience, NIH rate plus benefits
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery is dedicated to inspiring students, residents, fellows and faculty to work towards discovery of the knowledge, attitudes, skills, and resources needed to deliver quality patient care that is responsive to the general needs of the local community as well as meeting the specialized needs of the world. Further, the Department is determined to provide comprehensiv...e orthopaedic medical and surgical care to a broad range of patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
The Department is dedicated to creating a work environment for all faculty and staff (including residents, fellows, and students) which fosters creative, innovative work ideas and results.
Through a long-term commitment to this mission, we will be known as an Orthopaedic Department with few equals.