Based on its long tradition of excellence in clinical and basic science investigations, education, and patient care, the Division of Bone and Mineral Diseases is home to a cadre of outstanding basic scientists, translational and clinical investigators, and committed physicians.

Research faculty engage in a broad range of basic, translational, and clinical research, encompassing most aspects of skeletal biology, skeletal development, and maintenance. Some of our faculty are clinician-scientists, who conduct laboratory research projects while keeping an active clinical practice.

Clinical faculty are specialized physicians who provide the highest level of care to patients with osteoporosis and metabolic bone disorders in the nationally renowned Bone Health Program.

All our faculty are skilled educators and experienced mentors, and their breadth of interests and activities offer unique training opportunities for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, resident physicians, and junior faculty. The Division of Bone and Mineral Diseases can also count on a group of highly skilled, experienced, and compassionate nurse practitioners, radiology technologists, medical assistants, and administrative staff whose contributions and full engagement ensure that the complex and diversified operations of our division run efficiently and nimbly.