Mentoring

Nurturing Excellence in Science Through Personalized Mentorship

Welcome to the mentoring corner of Equity Bone Lab! I am Dr. Qing Wu, and my commitment to mentoring the next generation of scientific leaders is at the heart of my teaching and research philosophy. My goal is not just to educate but to empower students with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to excel as independent scientists.

My Mentoring Philosophy

At the core of my mentoring approach is a tailored, student-centric strategy. Effective mentoring requires more than academic guidance; it encompasses comprehensive support in developing each student’s unique potential. My role as a mentor is to provide:
Personalized Guidance: Understanding each student’s aspirations and tailoring my approach to their needs.
Interactive Learning: Encouraging active participation and critical thinking in a collaborative research environment.
Career Development: Offering counseling and resources to help students forge a path to their desired career outcomes.

Proven Track Record of Success

My commitment to mentorship is best reflected in the accomplishments of my students:
Publication Prowess: Within the first two years of their graduate studies, most of my mentees have successfully published peer-reviewed papers.
Research Recognition: Over the past five years, students from our lab have authored more than 30 articles in prestigious journals. Please check out the list of publications here.

Conference Contributions: My mentees are regular presenters at international professional conferences, sharing their findings with the global scientific community. Please check out the list of conference contributions here.

Award-Winning Researchers: Four of my Ph.D. students have been honored with the Top Young Investigator Award/Travel Grant from the American Society of Bone Mineral Research, accolades often reserved for postdoctoral scientists.

Join Our Community of Emerging Scientists

If you are passionate about scientific discovery and looking for a mentor who will invest in your success, I invite you to consider joining our lab. Together, we will work towards not only advancing your academic pursuits but also equipping you with the skills to innovate and lead in the field of biomedical Informatics to solve real-world problems.

How to Apply

Interested candidates are encouraged to get in touch to discuss potential research projects and funding opportunities. Please email me directly at qing.wu@osumc.edu with your CV, a brief statement of your research interests, and why you believe our lab would be the right fit for you.

Connect With Us

Qing Wu, MD, ScD
Professor and Vice Chair of Faculty Affairs
Department of Biomedical Informatics
1800 Cannon Dr. Columbus, OH 43210​
614-688-9752 Office
qing.wu@osumc.edu

I look forward to the possibility of working with you and supporting your journey to becoming an excellent scientist.