We strongly believe in educating the current and next generation of pioneers in the fields of arthritis research and we are actively involved in connecting with these leaders through associations, talks, and internship opportunities with our Foundation.

Fellowships & Internships

The Stone Research Foundation and The Stone Clinic host US and international MDs, visiting scientists, medical and nursing students, and physical therapy students to expose these health professionals to the techniques and methods we have developed and researched. The Joint Radiology Fellowship Program helps visiting radiologists create new ways of measuring surgical success. In the program, now in its seventh year in conjunction with Beverly Radiology/RadNet, Inc., fellows from Beverly Radiology gain clinical exposure with The Stone Clinic and contribute to studies at the Stone Research Foundation. Dr. Stone and renowned radiologist John V. Crues, III, MD, serve as faculty.

Click here to contact Kevin R. Stone, MD about a Fellowship or Internship at The Stone Research Foundation. 


Meniscus Transplant Study Group

The Meniscus Cartilage Transplantation Study Group (MTSG) was formed in 1986 by a combination of orthopaedic surgeons, veterinary surgeons, and scientists to help promote the science of meniscus cartilage transplantation and to evaluate its transfer from basic science research to clinical practice. Dr. Kevin Stone is a founding member of the MTSG. The Stone Research Foundation (SRF) is a driving force behind the MTSG; they host, facilitate, and fund the meeting held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). The group has now expanded to include the European Meniscal Transplantation Group (EMTG). Over 4,000 human allograft meniscus cartilages have been transplanted since 1986.