Diversity Programs in Engineering (DPE) Annual Awards 2021

Diversity programs in engineering annual award

Congratulations to Phd students Jason Chang, Andarawis-Puri Group and Tibra Wheeler, van der Meulen Group on being selected to receive Diversity Programs in Engineering Awards for 2021. Jason received a Ephrahim Garcia Graduate Excellence in Mentoring Award and Tibra received a Zellman Warhaft Graduate Student Commitment to Diversity Award.

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HSS-CU CAMEO awarded an NIH Training Grant

HSS-CU CAMEO is awarded an NIH Training Grant for the ‘Combined Engineering and Orthopaedics Training Program’. The goals of the 5-year program are to educate, support, and empower exceptional pre-doctoral and post-doctoral trainees to excel in careers that apply the principles of engineering to maintain and restore musculoskeletal function. The emphasis is on developing well-rounded scientists and clinician-scientists who will leverage cross-disciplinary collaborations, cross-institutional resources, and comprehensive mentoring to develop successful independent careers in the orthopaedic sciences. For more information, contact Dr. Suzanne Maher (mahers@hss.edu) or Dr. van der Meulen (mcv3@cornell.edu).

Lisa Fortier

Lisa Fortier Named Inaugural Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Cartilage & Joint Preservation

Congratulations to Lisa Fortier on being named the inaugural Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Cartilage & Joint Preservation!

This is a new fully open-access journal from the International Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Preservation Society. The goal of Journal of Cartilage & Joint Preservation is to provide a journal that is optimally aligned with the goals of the Society with a unique consideration of whole-joint health and is a platform for authors rapid dissemination of work.

New ICRS “OPEN ACCESS” Journal JCJP

 

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Larry Bonassar Selected as an ORS 2021 Fellow

Congratulations to Larry Bonassar on being selected as an ORS 2021 Fellow!

ORS Fellows are the longstanding members of the Orthopaedic Reseach Society who have demonstrated exemplary service and leadership, substantial achievement, expert knowledge, and significant contributions to the ORS, its Governance, and the field of musculoskeletal research. Fellows represent ORS as the thought leaders and experts in their respective disciplines. Fellows also serve as role models in the ORS community and in the field of musculoskeletal research.

Larry and the other ORS Felllows will be honored during the Plenary Session of the Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting on February 15, 2021.

Andrea Ippolito

Andrea Ippolito named to Biden’s Transition Team

Congratulations to CAMEO program alum, Andrea Ippolito on being named to President-Elect Joe Biden’s transition team for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Ms. Ippolito was a Master of Engineering student in Larry Bonassar’s lab, working with PhD alum, Jeff Ballyns on a project culturing human meniscus cells from OR samples collected by Dr. Scott Rodeo. After her time at Cornell Ms. Ippolito went on to work in industry for a few years followed by a M.S. in science policy at MIT. She went on to serve as the Director of the VA Innovators Network at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Ms. Ippolito currently is a lecturer in Engineering Management and the S.C. Johnson College of Management at Cornell University, where she is teaching policy and entrepreneurship. She and her family, including husband, Dr. Alex Macualey, who did his orthopaedics residency at HSS, live in Ithaca, NY.

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40th anniversary celebration

40 Years of Knowledge Sharing

We recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of a very important program at HSS – the Cornell-HSS Program in Biomechanical Engineering. This week, I invited Dr. Timothy Wright, Director of Biomechanics, to write a guest blog about the program and his experience at a special event celebrating the anniversary. Read full Article in HSS Making Rounds.