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 RNAseq and Bioinformatics consultation 
offered by CSR Cores



2017 CSR Pilot and Feasibility Winners

Frank Ko, Ph.D., Massachusetts General Hospital
entitled, "The effects of caloric restriction on bone formation and mTOR signaling"

Michaela Reagan, Ph.D., Maine Medical Center
entitled, "Targeting sclerostin in multiple myeloma-induced bone disease"


For more information visit, CSR Awards  
Bone Research Workshop Lecture Series 

Friday, October 27, 2017; 3:30-5:00pm

   "Regulation of osteocyte biology by salt inducible kinases" 
Marc Wein, M.D., Ph.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital
   "Novel roles for the ESCRT protein and T cells" 
 Jae-Hyuck Shim, Ph.D.
UMASS Medical School

For additional details and more upcoming lectures, visit our
Events  Calendar  

Visit our new and improved website

Our goal with this new website is to provide an easier way to learn about bone research-related events and the CSR core services.  A new addition is videos of our 2017 Keynote speakers from the 3rd Annual Skeletal Research Symposium.

The new site will continue to evolve, please 
email us with any questions, suggestions, feedback, or comments. 

Frank Ko, PhD,, of Brigham and Women’s Rheumatology/Immunology/Allergy Division, Haoming Liu of the MGH Endocrine Unit and Brigham and Women’s Endocrine Division; and Eva Liu, MD, of the MGH Endocrine Unit; were the poster session prize winners at the third annual Skeletal Research Symposium hosted by the MGH Center for Skeletal Research. The goal of the symposium is to bring together bone scientists from across New England for an afternoon of scientific exchange and new research ideas. 

Pictured from left: Ko, Eva Liu, Haoming Liu and Henry Kronenberg, MD, Chief of MGH Endocrine Division

                SAVE THE DATE!     

4th Annual Skeletal Research Symposium

Tuesday, June 12, 2018; 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Massachusetts General Hospital
O’Keeffe Auditorium & Bulfinch Patio
55 Fruit Street, Boston, MA 02114

   Keynote Speakers

       Brendan Lee, M.D., Ph.D.                                         Dolores Shoback, M.D.
            Baylor College of Medicine                     University of California, San Francisco


Request for Publications Acknowledging

the Center for Skeletal Research P30 AR066261 

  send any publications that have used core services
to generate data to 

   Include the following:
*Peer reviewed manuscripts
(published or accepted) 
*Abstracts presented at professional meeting
 that have undergone a formal peer-review process. 
*Submitted manuscripts

Members receive discounts on core services and networking with others 
from institutions throughout the New England area. 

For more information on how to join, go to

The purpose of this monthly newsletter is to share with the Bone research community updates on our core happenings, and upcoming lectures.  Please let us know, if you have any bone research related events that you want to share,  comments, or suggestions by emailing   
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