Hsu Lab Research
Developing translatable technologies that promote bone regeneration and spinal fusion more efficiently and safely.
Uniquely a clinician and scientist team
The research team led by bone biologist, Erin Hsu, and orthopaedic surgeon, Wellington Hsu, focuses on developing novel biomaterials for bone regeneration. The approaches and technologies they utilize include stem cell-based therapies, nanotechnology-based synthetic matrices, and osteoinductive 3D-printable natural and synthetic materials.
Regenerative Technologies and Bone Toxicology
With a particular pre-clinical focus on spine, our goal is to develop translatable technologies that promote bone regeneration and spinal fusion and explores the inhibitory mechanisms of action of environmental chemicals on bone.
Feinberg’s 2018 Faculty Mentor of the Year
Joint recipients Erin Hsu, PhD, research associate professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Wellington Hsu, MD, Clifford C. Raisbeck, MD, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery are recognized as Feinberg’s 2018 Faculty Mentor of the Year recipients.