Research Projects in Medical Sciences
HSDM faculty conduct research in a wide range of areas. To locate research projects in specific fields and/or by particular faculty members, please use the search function in the bar at right. HSDM faculty are currently engaged in research on:
Projects in this area focus on biomaterials, fracture healing, bone regeneration, wound repair, and tooth regeneration.
Projects in this area focus on skeletal and vascular biology and pathology, cell differentiation, embryonic development, tissue homeostasis, and signal transduction.
Projects in this area focus on cutting-edge technologies that address questions with human translational impact.
Projects in this area focus on the molecular basis for skeletal and vascular morphogenesis, genetics of birth defects, and vascular anomalies.
Projects in this area focus on problem-based-learning, the use of information technology in education, and innovative methodologies in dental education.
Projects in this area focus on wound healing, matrix remodeling and degradation, and matrix changes during aging.
Projects in this area focus on genomic and proteomic technologies, genetic causes of degenerative joint disease, and skeletal dysplasias.
Projects in this area focus on oral mucosal and salivary gland diseases, oral manifestations of systemic diseases, infectious agents, and inflammatory bone loss.
Projects in this area focus on health promotion, access to care, disease prevention, pharmacological and behavioral interventions, epidemiology of dental diseases, and dental health care policy.
Projects in this area focus on skeletogenesis, skeletal morphogenesis and growth, tooth formation, joint disorders, and bone loss.