Jianying Zhang


Dr. Jianying Zhang received her B.S. degree and M.S. degree in Pharmaceutical Science in China, and Ph. D. degree in Clinical Pharmacology and Biochemistry in Japan, and postdoctoral training on tissue engineering and regenerative medicine in the USA. Currently, Dr. Zhang is an associate professor at the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine. Her research has resulted in over hundred peer-reviewed research publications. Her research exemplifies the translation from bench to bedside. She holds more than 35 patents, and some of the products generated from her patents have been approved by the FDA (USA) and put into clinical practice. She received several honors and awards for her research in the field of orthopedics.

Research Interests:

Her research interests are overlapping in the areas of stem cell research and applications, orthopedic research on tendon/ligament, cartilage and bone regeneration, biomechanics and sports medicine, biomaterials (synthesis and medical applications), tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, drug delivery and control-release

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