Targeted engineering of new bone in vivoListed By : agnès
yale school of medicine
CategoryGenePathwayDiseaseMember Organization
DataCell differentiationBone and Joints/OrthopedicYale
Osteoporosis is a silent and debilitating disease that leads to fractures and pain. Most fractures target the femoral head, the wrist and the spine. A recent research focus in our lab has been the development of a novel approach to target the formation of new bone to specific skeletal sites. This new technology combines stem cells, nano-material and PTH. We are interested in translating the data generated in rats and rabbits into humans. We are also interested in studying the molecular mechanisms that mediate the formation of that new bone.

For more information about our lab, please visit:
http://info.med.yale.edu/ortho/vignery/


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