How to get involved
Find your pathway to the research excellence offered by the AO Research Institute Davos (ARI)
Medical research fellowships
Providing motivated surgeons and scientists with on-site research training to gain experience in R&D projects focusing on relevant clinical problems.
Veterinary research fellowships
Offering motivated veterinarians on-site research training to gain experience in R&D projects focusing on relevant clinical problems.
Internships and guest research visits
Provide motivated students and scientists with on-site research training to gain experience in R&D projects focusing on relevant clinical problems.
Enabling veterinary students to apply coursework learning to a real-life setting in preclinical orthopedic research within AO Research Institute Davos.
Skeletal repair for students
Students from ETH Zürich and the University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) in Winterthur benefit from hands-on training at AO Research Institute Davos.
What AO Research Institute Davos fellows have to say
“At the AO Research Institute Davos, I made friends from all over the word, learned from world renown scientists, had the opportunity to work on my own research projects.”
Dr Marc Daniel Ahrend, BG Trauma Center, Tübingen, Germany
AO Research Institute Davos programs
The Regenerative Orthopaedics program is a multidisciplinary group taking an holistic approach to regenerative medicine for the repair of traumatic injuries of the musculoskeletal system.
The Biomedical Development program offers extensive know-how, expertise, and experience in the fields of biomechanical testing and computational analyses to advance patient care.
Preclinical Services conduct all AO Research Institute Davos in vivo studies—often in close collaboration with other focus areas.