Osteoclasts, the cells responsible for bone turnover, play a central role in skeletal metastasis. My research focuses on understanding the development and activation of these cells using "knockout" mouse models.
- 1995: MD/PhD, immunology, Washington University, St. Louis
- 1995 - 1997: Resident, anatomic pathology, Washington University, St. Louis
- 1997 - 1998: Fellow, surgical pathology, Washington University
- 1998 - 2000: Research fellow, pathology and immunology, Washington University
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