Defining BMP action in cartilage

By Eileen Norris

Drs. Lyons and Rosen win Ann Doner Vaughan Award

Karen M. Lyons, PhD, and Vicki Rosen, PhD, have received the 2008 Kappa Delta Ann Doner Vaughan Award for their research and manuscript on “In Vivo Studies of BMP Pathway Activities in Chondrogenesis.” Their honor caps nearly two decades of efforts to better understand the underlying roles of bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) action in cartilage, and also reveals previously undiscovered aspects of chondrocyte behavior in vivo.

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