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Orthopaedic Research and Clinical Trials

Dr. Clemens and other researchers in the lab.

The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery’s distinguished history is grounded on Johns Hopkins Medicine’s principle that laboratory research and bedside teaching need to coexist in the instruction and practice of medicine. The creation of a formal Research Division and the Center for Musculoskeletal Research in 2009 provided a nexus for basic and translational research related to the musculoskeletal system.

Training and Enrichment Programs

  • Musculoskeletal Research Pilot and Feasibility Grant Program

    The Center for Musculoskeletal Research launched a Musculoskeletal Research Pilot and Feasibility Grant Program. Recipients of the grant have obtained new collaborative NIH grants with other bone and muscle researchers from several departments.

  • T32 Training Program

    A NIH-sponsored T32 training program combines the training of orthopaedic residents and postdoctoral scientists through a unique structure, which requires both research and didactic phases to occur concurrently by teams of trainees.


Featured Research Stories

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