Pamela Baker, associate professor of Biology, awarded a $970,458 grant
Associate Professor of Biology and Biological Chemistry Pamela Baker’s recent studies of periodontal disease add up to more than another warning about how important it is to brush one’s teeth.
Her work gets right down to your bones, straight through the marrow, where she tries to understand the immune system’s cellular mechanisms for regulating bone mass. [More...]
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Tags: bone marrow, National Institute of Health, periodontal disease, thesis.
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