Michael G Ehrlich


Dr. Ehrlich has been a leading orthopaedic investigator over the past 46 years, mentoring students at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital for 18 years, and 28 years at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, in the field of osteoarthritis, and degradative enzyme systems. In his position, he served as the Vincent Zecchino Professor and Chair of the department. He built the research program from one investigator to roughly 15 Ph.D.s, and the lab now ranks # 2 in the nation for NIH and foundation funding. All of his senior investigators came as an assistant and occasionally, associate professors, and now 9 are full professors with at least one or more RO1s or major VA grants. He was the Chairman of the Research Committee for both the Academic Orthopaedic Society and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons from 1993-1999 and has twice been a permanent member of the Study Section on Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Diseases for the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Ehrlich has been on the Oral Examination Committee for the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons since 1993. He received the M.A. Ad Eundem award at Brown, the Excellence in Research Award from the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Kappa Delta Award for the best orthopedic research in the United States. For his contributions to Pediatric Orthopedics, he was awarded the Huene Award. He has been President of the Orthopaedic Research Society and was currently President of the Academic Orthopaedic Society. He has authored more than 200 books, journal articles, and abstracts. (Total citations: 17584, H-index of 64 and I 10-Index of 180).

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His research interests include limb lengthening physiology, neuromuscular disorders in children and growth plate transplantation, osteoarthritis, cartilage and distraction osteogenesis.

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