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    ASBMR’s John Haddad Young Investigator Awardees Attend Advances in Mineral Metabolism (AIMM) Meeting

    Date: April 23, 2014

    Since 1999, the ASBMR has partnered annually with the Advances in Mineral Metabolism (AIMM) to offer young investigator awards to attend the AIMM Meeting in Snowmass, Colorado, USA. Each recipient of the ASBMR John Haddad Young Investigator Award is required to present his or her research during a 25-minute interactive presentation at the meeting and has opportunities for interactions with senior scientists. For 2014, ten awardees each received $1,600 in travel support from ASBMR to help offset the cost of attending the AIMM meeting. Pictured above are the 2014 Awardees with ASBMR President Roberto Civitelli, M.D., and Suzanne Jan de Beur, M.D., at this year’s meeting, which was held April 7-11.

    The 2014 John Haddad Young Investiagor Awardees: 

    Jae-Hyuck Shim, Ph.D. – Weill Cornell Medical College
    The MAP3K MEKK2 Is a Novel Regulator of the Beta-catenin Pathway in Osteoblasts
    Erica Scheller, Ph.D., D.D.S. – University of Michigan
    The Dual MAT Hypothesis and Its Implications for Skeletal and Metabolic Health
    Marc Wein, M.D., Ph.D. – MGH / Harvard
    Searching for New Genes that Control Sclerostin
    Yohann Bala, Ph.D. – Austin Health / University of Melbourne
    In vivo Assessment of Cortical Porosity and Clinical Usefulness
    Yangjin Bae, Ph.D.  – Bayor College of Medicine
    miRNA-34c Function in Bone and Osteosarcoma
    Brian Foster, Ph.D. – NIAMS
    Mineral Metabolism of Tooth Root Cementum
    Brya Matthews, Ph.D. – University of Connecticut Health Center
    Alpha Smooth Muscle Actin Is a Marker of Osteoprogenitor Cells in the Periosteum, Bone
    Marrow and Muscle
    Bjorn Busse, Ph.D. – University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
    Bone Quality in Health and Disease
    Neil Mackenzie, Ph.D. – University of British Columbia Vancouver
    Role of Cathepsin K in Vascular Matrix Mineralization
    Songlin Peng, M.D., Ph.D – Shenzhen People’s Hospital
    The Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of the Dual Action of Strontium Treatment on Bone Metabolism

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