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, . .
Orthopaedics and musculoskeletal biology