Student Research Day
Student Research Day in the Department of Orthopaedics is an annual event at which we honor undergraduate, graduate and medical students for all their incredible achievements while working in the many laboratories of the Department. In keeping with the Department’s commitment to supporting student research, this event is slotted once a year in place of Orthopaedic Grand Rounds and Basic Science. We extend our congratulations to our students and we wish them the very best in success as they move on with their education and careers.
Congratulations to our students of 2021!
Congratulations to our students of 2020!
Congratulations to our students of 2019!
Congratulations to our students of 2018!
Congratulations to our students of 2017!
Congratulations to our students of 2016!
- Samantha Woodard, MS. “The Effect of Head Impact Exposure on Clinical Variables in Youth Football Players Age 9-13”
- Andrew Rohan, MS. “Assessing ligament degeneration using an alternative histological assessment”
- Shuang Zhu, PhD Candidate. “A Matrilin-2 Hybrid Matrix for Peripheral Nerve Regeneration”
- Peter Lam, MS. “Matrilin-3/Rosette Nanotube Hybrid Nano-Matrix for Growth Plate Repair”
- Alexander Vesprey, MS. “Discovering Novel Regulators of Osteoclastogenesis using RNA-Sequencing Technology”
- Erica Kahn, MS. “Time Dependent Effects of High Compressive Loading on Tissue Engineered Cartilage”
- Salomi Desai, MS. “MicroRNA - inhibits Chondrosarcoma Angiogenesis”
Congratulations to our students of 2015!
- Benjamin Basseches, Sc.B. Mechanical Engineering with Honors, "Joint-specific Toy Controllers for Wrist and Forearm Therapy". Engineer/designer at On-Shape
- Anna Fass, Sc.B. Biomedical Engineering with Honors, “Bone Density Analysis of Carpometacarpal Osteoarthritis". Product Innovation Associate at Athena Health.
- Andrew Rohan, Sc.B. Biology, “Development of ACL Research Histology and MR Outcomes”. Continuing in Masters in Biotechnology.
- Alexia Stylianou, Sc.B. in Biomedical Engineering, “Accuracy Study of Biplanar Videoradiography for Tracking Reconstructed Shoulder Joint Motion”. Continuing in Masters in Mechanical Engineering.