Bernard Halloran, PhD
|Title||Adjunct Professor and Lecturer|
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||4150 Clement St|
San Francisco CA 94121
Major programs in Dr. Halloran's laboratory include stem cell aging using animal models to study the effects of aging on stem cells and bone. Projects include work with natural products, development of orthopedic stem cell-based devices to facilitate spine fusion and bone healing. Students and postdoctoral fellows are encouraged to work collaboratively with other faculty in the Departments of Medicine, Bioengineering and Orthopedics.
DoD, Osteoprogenitors in heterotopic ossification, 5/1/14
The goal of this proposal is to identify the role of endothelial cell migration in trauma-induced heterotopic ossification
NIH RO1 AR055924 (Bikle) 09/22/08-08/31/14
Integrin regulation of IGF-I responsiveness in bone
This project examines how integrins regulate the response of bone to mechanical unloading
NIH RO1 DK054793 (Bikle) 09/12/09-08/31/14
IGF-I mediates the anabolic effects of PTH on bone
This project is examining the ability of PTH to stimulate bone formation in a mouse lacking a functional IGF-I or IGF-IR gene.
Aging, bone, nutrition, skeletal mechanical loading, heterotopic ossification, orthopedic device development
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