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Ekele Ikpegbu, PhD Student

-          “Does deregulated PHOSPHO1 expression contribute to catabolic bone loss in hyper-parathyroid hormone disorders?” Kirsty Little, University of Edinburgh, May 2016 – September 2016. BVM&S 

-          “Does deregulated PHOSPHO1 expression contribute to catabolic bone loss in hyper-parathyroid hormone disorders?” Katherine Myers, University of Edinburgh, May 2016 – August 2016. MBChB 

-          “Deciphering the signalling mechanisms by which FGF2 controls E11-mdeiated osteocytogenesis” Lena Basta, University of Edinburgh, January 2016 – April 2016. BSc (Hons) Developmental Biology 

-          “Does E11 control osteocytogenesis?” Erin Unger, University of Edinburgh, July 2015 – September 2015. BVM&S

-          “Investigating PTH regulation of Phospho1” Katherine Myers, University of Edinburgh, January 2015 – April 2015. BSc (Hons.) Developmental Biology

-           “Stabilising the osteochondral interface to protect against osteoarthritis” Fiona Brain, University of Edinburgh, March 2014 – August 2014. MSc Animal Biosciences

-           “Mitochondrial dysfunction in a natural model of osteoarthritis, the STR/Ort mouse” Lauren Wood, The Royal Veterinary College, October 2013 – May 2014. BSc (Hons.) Bioveterinary Sciences

-          “The influence of mechanical loading on skeletal growth – a predisposition for osteoarthritis development?” Sanya Bhambhani, Temple University USA, June 2013 – July 2013. 

-          “GH signalling independent of IGF-1 induces increased linear bone growth in SOCS2 knockout mice” Seema Jasim, Edinburgh Napier University, May 2011 - June 2011. MSc

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