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Austin Stone, MD, PhD

Graduate School

PhD, Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences (Molecular Medicine and Translational Sciences)


Medical School

University of Cincinnati 


BS, Wake Forest University


Cincinnati, OH

Research Focus

Dr. Stone’s primary research focus is exploring meniscus biology and the molecular alterations in response to injury.  Goals of the research include therapies for meniscus injury to prevent early osteoarthritis development, decreased time to return to activity following injury, and meniscus implants.  Additional research interests include juvenile osteochondritis dissecans and joint response to repetitive stress, and musculoskeletal tissue engineering and scaffold development.  Dr. Stone received his PhD degree from the Molecular Medicine and Translational Science doctorate program of the Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. 

Research Lab



For a listing of recent publications, refer to PubMed, a service provided by the National Library of Medicine.

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