University of Wisconsin-Madison

Anna E.B. Clements



Contact Information:

Graduate Student

Department Affiliation: 

Material Science Program, Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation

Education Background:

 B.S. Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, New Mexico Tech

Research Description:

Modulating the inflammatory response to improve regenerative healing in orthopedic applications with a focus on sustained delivery of inflammatory mediators after ligament injury.


1.  E. Aktas, C.S. Chamberlain, E.E. Saether, S.E. Duenwald-Kuehl, J. Kondratko-Mittnacht, M. Stitgen, J.S. Lee, A.E. Clements, W.L. Murphy, R. Vanderby. Immune modulation with primed mesenchymal stem cells delivered via biodegradable scaffold to repair an Achilles tendon segmental defect. Journal of Orthopedic Research. Accepted

Awards & Honors:

  • Ashman Award, New Mexico Tech Materials Engineering Department (2009) 
  • ASM International, Albuquerque Chapter, Scholarship Recipient (2009)
  • HERB Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison Material Science Program (2011)