Graduate Education

Opportunities for basic science and clinical research are abundant within the Division of Musculoskeletal Sciences (DOMS) of the Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation.

Graduate Student Education:  Each DOMS faculty member has cross appointments to basic science departments and degree granting programs.  All welcome graduate student rotations and training.

Postdoctoral Training:  The DOMS currently supports several postdoctoral scholars.  Their projects range from biomedical engineering to molecular cell biology.

Medical Student:  We fully support the Medical Student Research Program by offering training under our faculty and within our laboratory space.

The DOMS resources are available to all faculty and residents within the department.  Additionally, DOMS faculty are available to assist the preparation of grant applications for extramural funding.  Training is also available in data analysis, manuscript preparation, and development of oral presentation skills.