Pathophysiology of bone and cartilage diseases

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Osteoporosis

Tumor & micro-environment

Osteoarthritis

Microcrystal & diseases

About the Research unit

The U1132 Research unit has been dedicated to the pathophysiology of bone and cartilage diseases. Our aim is to characterize the mechanisms that regulate bone and cartilage remodeling and to identify the molecular actors that result in the development of osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and crystal related diseases. This will lead to identify molecular targets.

Latest Events

Seminar

22 Mai 2018

Theme :

The role of bone marrow stromal/osteoblastic cells in modifying cancer cell homing and growth

Conférencier :

Inaam Nakchbandi (Max-Planck Institute for Medical Research)

12h -13h
Salle de conférence RDC

Centre Viggo Petersen
Hôpital Lariboisière
2 rue Ambroise Paré
75010 PARIS

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