Name: Professor Ming Ding, MD, PhD, DMSci
Affiliation(s): Department of Orthopaedic surgery and Traumatology, Odense University Hospital, Institute of Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark
Research Area(s): Bone imaging, biomaterials, bone regeneration, clinical trials
Technical Expertise: Bone microarchitecture, ultrastructure, biomechanics, animal models, RSA analysis, histomorphometry
Telephone: +45 6541 3598
Website (if any): www.sdu.dk/ki/orto
M Ding is a Professor at the Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Odense University Hospital, Institute of Clinical Research, and University of Southern Denmark. He is the leader and supervisor for the experimental projects going on at the Orthopaedic Research Laboratory and the Roentgen Stereometric Analysis (RSA) Laboratory, and is responsible for national and international collaborations. He received MD, bachelor of medicine in 1984, master of medicine in 1990 (China), PhD in Medicine in 1999 (Aarhus), and Doctor of Medical Science (DMSci) in 2010 (Aarhus). He has 21 years’ orthopaedic research experience in Odense/Aarhus, Denmark, particularly focusing on the field of bone micro-CT/nano-CT imaging and microarchitecture/ ultrastructure, biomaterials, tissue engineering, bone regeneration, biomechanics, histomorphometry, RSA technique and clinical trials, and experimental orthopaedic surgery in large and small animal models. He has supervised 28 candidate students, PhD students and Postdocs. He is a reviewer for 30 international peer-review journals and 5 international research grants. He is editorial board member of 2 peer-review journals. He received 6 awards including the Göran Selvik Prize. He has been teaching medical/biomedical/sport medicine students and PhD students, and given 22 invited lectures at international conferences and university institutes. M Ding as principal investigator or co-investigator has received many research grants including 3 EC framework research grants. He is an author of 76 publications, and 95 international conference abstracts (Publication citation summary: In total 2300 citations: h-index = 23, source Science Citation Index – SCI).