I am thrilled to announce that 3 new PhD students are joining my research team in 2018 on the Australian Government Research Training Program (AGRTP) Stipend. Karen, Tahlia, and Chelsea will cover three different aspects of bone growth factors (disease, diet, and sex). The ultimate goal is to combine their results to fully understand the effect of all these factors on bone remodeling.
Karen Cooke: Ancient human bone histology and disease.
Tahlia Stewart: Ancient human bone histology and diet.
Chelsea Morgan: Ancient human bone histology and sex.