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Skeletal Biology and Regeneration Graduate Program

The Skeletal Biology and Regeneration Program is focused on the study of the basic biological properties of skeletal, craniofacial and oral tissues and regeneration of connective tissues. Research in Skeletal Biology and Regeneration is problem oriented and multidisciplinary, incorporating contemporary research techniques of cellular and molecular biology, and biochemistry. There are approximately 35 faculty in the program representing a number of schools, departments, institutes and centers. This interdisciplinary group of scientists is engaged in advancing understanding of the biology of bone, cartilage, teeth, oral tissues and skin and exploring development, maintenance, disease, and the potential for regeneration of these tissues. A Ph.D. in program can be combined with D.M.D. or M.D. training leading to D.M.D./Ph.D. and M.D./Ph.D. degrees. A Ph.D. in the program can also be combined with Dental Clinical Specialty Training.

Particular areas of research strength are listed below. The Research Areas link to the right lists the faculty working in each of the three broad areas and the individual faculty pages provide details of their interests.

>Stem Cells, Development and Aging

>Bone and Cartilage Disease

>Genetic Disorders of the Skeleton

>Skeletal Repair and Regenerative Engineering

>Craniofacial and Oral Biology

**The deadline for the receipt of all application materials for the Ph.D. in Biomedical Science program is DECEMBER 1st. **


Contact Information

Please note that applications are made to the  Biomedical Science Ph.D. program, not to an individual area of concentration.

Inquiries regarding admission to the Biomedical Science Ph.D. program should be directed to: BiomedSciAdmissions@uchc.edu.

Program Director
Dr. Anne Delany
Email: adelany@uchc.edu

Associate Program Director
Dr. Peter Maye
Email: pmaye@uchc.edu

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