Dyment Laboratory

Welcome to Dyment Laboratory

The primary goals of our research program are directed towards understanding the genetic, cellular, and mechanical mechanisms that regulate normal development, disease, and repair of tissues in the joint. Our lab focuses on 1) identifying the resident progenitor populations that contribute to normal growth, healing, and repair, 2) characterizing the mechanisms that control the expansion and differentiation of these cells, and 3) ascertaining the phenotypical markers that define the stages of differentiation from early stem/progenitors to mature cell types. These goals in combination will guide future therapeutic strategies and provide success criteria to assess efficacy moving forward. For more information, please see our Ongoing Research Projects page or Research Features article.


What's New

Congrats to Mary Kate Evans for winning the Tendon Section Podium Award at the 2022 Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting in Tampa, FL!
February 08, 2022

Congrats to the Dyment Lab and Collaborators!
July 01, 2021
Their NIH/NIAMS R21 application entitled "Improving tendon-to-bone repair with hedgehog signaling therapeutics" was awarded.

Congrats to Tonia Tsinman for her SB3C PhD Student Paper Competition Award!
June 20, 2021

Congrats to Tim Kamalitdinov for being a SB3C PhD Student Paper Competition Finalist!
June 20, 2021

Welcome to Dyment Lab
February 20, 2017
Dr. Dyment started at Penn in January 2017. He is currently interviewing students to work in the lab.

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