Liu Laboratory

Welcome to Liu Laboratory

Our research program focuses on biological processes in bone and on how they influence bone material, microstructural, and biomechanical properties with aging, disease, and therapies.

We utilize state-of-the-art imaging, image analysis, and mechanical modeling techniques to explore the mechanisms affecting mechanical functions of skeletons at different length scales in both animal models and clinical investigations. The ultimate goal of our lab is to translate the technologies and research findings from bench side to bedside to improve the diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for osteoporosis and other bone diseases.


What's New

Congratulations Wei-Ju Tseng and co-authors!
December 26, 2021
Their manuscript entitled "Short Cyclic Regimen With Parathyroid Hormone (PTH) Results in Prolonged Anabolic Effect Relative to Continuous Treatment Followed by Discontinuation in Ovariectomized Rats" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Bone Mineral Research!

Congratulations Wonsae Lee and co-authors!
November 11, 2021
Their abstract, "Transient Reduction in Lipid-Laden Bone Marrow Adipocytes during Pregnancy and Lactation and Full Recovery after Weaning" was selected to be presented at the ORS 2022 Annual Meeting as a New Investigator Recognition Award (NIRA) finalist!

Congratulations Yilu Zhou and co-authors!
November 10, 2021
Their abstract, "Adaptive Response to Pregnancy and Lactation Optimizes the Balance between Calcium Homeostasis and Mechanical Integrity of the Maternal Humerus Bone and Supraspinatus Tendon Enthesis" was selected to be presented as a poster at the ORS 2022 Annual Meeting!

Congratulations Tala Azar and co-authors!
November 10, 2021
Their abstract, "Dynamics Of New Bone Formation In A Cyclic Treatment Regimen Of Parathyroid Hormone-related Peptide (PTHrP)" was selected to be presented as a poster at the ORS 2022 Annual Meeting!

Congratulations Dr. Yihan Li!
September 01, 2021
Congratulations to Dr. Yihan Li for successfully defending her PhD thesis, entitled "Adaptation of Maternal Skeletal Mechano-responsiveness, Osteocyte Microenvironment, and Bone Marrow Adipocytes in Response to Reproduction and Lactation"

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