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CSCB: Membership

Become a Member

Membership to the Center for Skeletal and Craniofacial Biology is open to members of the NYU community and all those at other institutions with interests in skeletal and craniofacial biology, physiology or pathology.

To become a member of the Center, an applicant must fulfill any three of the criteria listed below:

  • Hold a full-time faculty position at an academic institution or medical center involved in the study of bone biology or treatment of skeletal diseases and/or craniofacial malformations.
  • Be actively engaged in research on skeletal and/or craniofacial biology, physiology or pathology, or treatment of related conditions, at academic institutions, medical centers or industry.
  • Have a record of publications on, and/or funding for basic or clinical research on skeletal and/or craniofacial biology, physiology or pathology.
  • Be committed to contribute to the activities of the Center by attending its seminars, giving talks or proposing speakers, organizing seminars or other events, attending the Center’s annual retreat.
  • Be committed to collaborate with the other members of the Center, provide them with methodology and/or advice, exchange reagents and expertise.

  • Be a junior faculty (up to three years from appointment) at an academic institution or hospital, and actively engaged in the study of skeletal biology or treatment of bone skeletal and/or craniofacial malformations.
  • Hold a part-time faculty position at an academic institution or hospital, and engaged in the study of skeletal biology or treatment of skeletal diseases and/or craniofacial malformations.
  • Be a postdoctoral fellow at an academic institution or hospital, and engaged in the study of skeletal biology, skeletal diseases and/or craniofacial malformations.
  • Be actively involved in the teaching of skeletal biology at institutions of higher education.
  • Have an active interest in skeletal and craniofacial biology, physiology or pathology.
  • Be committed to collaborate with the other members of the Center, provide them with methodology and/or advice, exchange reagents and expertise.

Benefits of Membership

  • Pilot funding is awarded annually to junior faculty members.
  • Interaction and collaboration that leads to publications.

How to Apply

Please forward the following to Mr. Peter John at pmj242@nyu.edu.

  • Brief description of your primary research and how it relates to the goals of the Center. (no more than 150 words)
  • Your current CV
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