We utilize the power of mouse genetics to understand the molecular underpinnings that regulate bone formation.  We currently focus on amino acid metabolism and whether we can target this process to develop novel osteoporosis treatments. 

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450 Research Drive

Levine Sciences Research Center

Office: B321B   Lab: B323

Durham, NC  27710

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Office: 919.668.5664

Fax: 919.613.6991

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Courtney M. Karner, PhD

courtney.karner@dm.duke.edu

T 919.668.5664