Executive Dean Public Lecture Series | How does bone respond to being loaded | Tues 5 April 2016

Presented by Professor Alexander Robling

We know that bone gets stronger when it is loaded, and weaker when it is not, but how does this work?

Professor Alexander Robling will present a talk and unlock some of the secret ways that bone senses and responds to loading.

Professor Robling is an Associate Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Indiana University, he also has an adjunct appointment in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Before joining the University of Indiana, Professor Robling undertook PhD studies at the University of Missouri in Columbia, MO. Read More and Register

When:
6pm, Tuesday 5 April 2016
Thursday, 13 March 2016Please Register by 4 April
Where:
Napier Lecture Theatre 102, Level 1,
Napier Building, North Terrace Campus
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