Our Research Programs
Our research programs consist of integrated laboratories and research teams with complementary expertise in the areas of cellular biology, genetics, mechanobiology, biomechanics, and motion analysis. Our research is supported primarily by the National Institutes of Health.
Scientists. Physicians. Post-Docs. Technicians. Students. Engineers. Biologists. Statisticians.
It takes a team to do world class research.
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Interested in joining the Bone & Joint Center research team, getting involved in a short-term research project, or contributing in a more substantial way? Click on the links below to learn more about how you can be involved and make a difference in the lives of others.
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