Christopher Chermside-Scabbo

  • Lansing, MI

  • Michigan-Ann Arbor, U. of (2015)

  • Computational and Systems Biology

  • Matthew J. Silva, Ph.D.

  • Restoring the Responsiveness of Aged Bone to Mechanical Loading

  • ccherms@wustl.edu

Research

Reduced mechanoresponsiveness is a central feature of skeletal aging. My current research is focused on restoring this mechanoresponsiveness in aged bone. Aim 1 tests rescue interventions to restore the loading-induced bone formation response in aged mice. Aim 2 uses bulk RNA-seq and proteomics to determine differences between the young and aged loading responses, with the ultimate goal of identifying additional rescue targets.

Last Updated: 9/19/2019 10:52:30 PM

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