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Skeletal Biology and Pathophysiology Mini-Course


 

The Division of Bone and Mineral Diseases, on behalf of the Metabolic Skeletal Disorders Training Program (MSDTP) and the WU Musculoskeletal Research Center, is hosting a new seminar series on Skeletal Biology and Pathophysiology. This lecture series will be organized on a 2-year cycle with 5-6 lectures per year, and is designed to complement courses available through the DBBS graduate training program focusing on topics that are fundamental for the formation of a skeletal biology investigator. Lectures will cover fundamental aspects of bone and mineral homeostasis, bone, cartilage and tendon biology, bone biomechanics and biomineralization, as well as biostatistical approaches and fundamental methodologies for skeletal phenotype analysis in vivo. Pathophysiology of postmenopausal osteoporosis, inflammatory arthritis, osteoarthritis, renal and diabetic bone disease, bone metastasis, and disuse will be discussed in the context of available model systems and current clinical practice. Most of the speakers are MSDTP mentors and MRC investigators; occasionally, external speakers with expertise in specific topics will be invited.

2017 Schedule

Location:
BJC Institute of Health Building
425 S. Euclid Ave.
5th Floor  | Allison Conference Room

Time: 9:00-10:00am

This series in being recorded, click here to view presentations.

Date      

Speaker

Topic

Aug 04

Regis O'Keefe, MD, PhD
Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Topic: Fracture and Bone Regeneration
Sep 15

Naga Yalla, MD
Division of Bone & Mineral Diseases 

Topic: Secondary Osteoporosis
Sep 22

Deb Novack, MD, PhD
Division of Bone & Mineral Diseases

Topic: Osteomyelitis
Sep 29

Michael P. Whyte, MD
Division of Bone & Mineral Diseases

Topic: Genetic Disorders of Bone Resorption
Oct 06

Matthew L. Warman, MD
Harvard Medical School, Boston

Topic: Genetic Disorders of Bone Formation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Questions? Please contact:
Christina Grantham
314-454-8463