Cellular and molecular mechanisms of spinal manipulation, mechanobiology, neuronal differentiation, pain, osteoclastogenesis, metabolic diseases; new interest in epigenetic research.
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Australian Spinal Research Foundation, Epigenetic regulation of neuronal differentiation by HVLA and LVVA forcesPrincipal Investigator
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neuron, osteoclast, differentiation, cell signaling, mechanobiology, epigenetics
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