Dr Benjamin Rothrauff is an orthopaedic surgery resident at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. He completed the NIH-funded medical scientist training programme at the University of Pittsburgh in 2018, with his doctoral thesis performed under the mentorship of Dr Rocky Tuan.
He was subsequently a postdoctoral research fellow of Dr Freddie Fu, Chairman of Orthopaedic Surgery at University of Pittsburgh.
Dr Rothrauff’s clinical research interests include sports injuries, with particular interest in knee and shoulder pathology. His basic research interests include tissue engineering of multiphasic interfaces, including cartilage-bone and tendon-bone interfaces, as well as the effects of mechanical loading on the integration and maturation of tissue-engineered constructs.
He has no industry connection nor conflict of interest to disclose.