Faculty research is supported by the NIH, NSF, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, PA Department of Health, American Osteopathic Association, foundations, companies and philanthropic donations. The Center for Chronic Disorders of Aging provides funding for research through its peer-reviewed grant program. Internal funding for small-scale research projects is provided by PCOM’s Division of Research.
Generation and characterization of a zebrafish model of spinal-bulbar muscular atrophy
Anti-osteogenic functions of lipocalin2, an innate immune protein, during autoimmune arthritis
Reelin signaling in coronary vessel formation
Proximal and distal factors differentiating success versus failure among first-time test-takers of COMLEX I
Defining the mechanism whereby Myo/Nog cells protect neurons in the retina and brain
Refining technology to target Myo/Nog cells in the lens to prevent posterior capsule opacification