Clare Yellowley

Professor

Anatomy, Physiology & Cell Biology

Office
2307 VET MED 3A, Davis, CA 95616

Education
1991, BSc (Hons), Aberdeen University, Aberdeen, UK
1995, PhD, Bristol University, Bristol, UK
Active Research Grants
Trainer, Students Training in Advanced Research, Pessah (Principal Investigator), NIH
Co-Investigator, Mechanisms of Systemic Bone Loss Following Femur Fracture in Mice, Christiansen (Principal Investigator), NIH
Principal Investigator, Efficacy of angiopoietin-like 4 to promote bone formation by canine stem cells in vitro and in vivo, (Principal Investigator), CCAH
Co-Principal Investigator, HIF-Dependent and Independent Actions of VHL in Bone, Damian Genetos and Clare Yellowley-Genetos (Principal Investigator), NIH R01
Honors and Awards
1991 Struthers Medal and Prize in Anatomy, Aberdeen University U.K.
1991-1994 Ph.D. Studentship, Medical Research Council of Great Britain
1992 Plymouth Microelectrode Workshop, Summer Fellowship, UK
1998 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory: Travel Award
2000 Nominated for Young Investigator Award. Orthopaedic Research Society
1998-2000 NIH Individual National Research Service Award
2001 Orthopaedic Research Society, Traveling fellowship.
2001 Sun Valley Hard Tissue Workshop: Young Investigator Award
2001-2003 Grantee American Federation for Aging Research
Most Recent Five Book Chapters
2011 Fierro FA, Egana JT, Toupadakis CA, Yellowley CE, Machens G, Nolta J : Chapter 20 Small Animal Models of Tissue Regeneration., Harold Bernstein, (ed), Tissue Engineering in Regenerative Medicine., . 379-391.
2003 Donahue HJ, Chen Q, Jacobs CR, Saunders MM, Yellowley CE : Section 5; Chapter 14: Bone cells and mechanotransduction, R. N. Rosier and C.H. Evans, (ed), Molecular Biology in Orthopaedics, . .
Research Focus
Orthopaedics and musculoskeletal biology
Specialty Focus
Cell Biology