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Center for Skeletal and Craniofacial Biology


The mission of the Center is to raise the tempo of research into diseases which affect craniofacial development and the skeleton leading to new knowledge, resulting in improving and new treatments for these diseases. The Goals of the Center are:

  • Recruit new faculty in skeletal and craniofacial biology
  • Increase collaborative and scientific interactions between all members of the Center and the University
  • Publish increased numbers of high impact papers
  • Submit NIH instrumentation grants for the Center
  • Oversee the use of Core facilities of the Center
  • Mentor junior faculty in successful research
  • Provide pilot funding for members of the Center
  • Increase the funding of the members of the Center
  • Submit NIH PPG and Center applications to support the Center
  • Engage members in clinical trials and obtain patents and patent income




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Thank you to all who attended the 2015 CSCB Annual Retreat!

Congratulations to the winner of the "Best Poster Award" at this year's retreat:

Rachel Ruoff
Research Scientist of Microbiology
NYU School of Medicine
Title:  Regulation of Protein Synthesis in the Growth Plate



Congratulations to the 2015 CSCB
Pilot Grant Award Recipients!

Alesha Castillo, PhD
Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering
Title:  Visualization of mouse vasculature for the study of angiogenesis in bone repair
Award:  $15,000

Juhee Jeong, PhD
Assistant Professor of Basic Science & Craniofacial Biology
NYU College of Dentistry
Title:  Evolutionarily conserved role of LHX8 in median face development
Award:  $15,000



CSCB Bone Seminar Series

The Bone Seminar Series is held in conjunction with the NYU-HHC Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). The goals are to:

  1. Provide an opportunity for members to present their research to the community.
  2. Provide an opportunity for guests to share their research with members.
  3. Foster collaborations between members and the research community as a whole.

CSCB Journal Club

The Journal Club provides an opportunity for members to discuss science literature and its applications and affect on the research community.

Other Events

Other events occurring at NYU and in the New York City area that may be of interest to the community.