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Scientific Board Members

Members elected by the 2017 Constitutive Assembly (2017- 2022)

Christophe Chauveau

France

Deputy Director of the Lab Pathophysiology of Inflammatory Bone diseases, with expertise in the study of bone marrow adipocytes in mouse models of chronic energy deficit, and bone marrow stem cell (BMSC) differentiation. Member of the executive board of the French Society for Biology of Mineralized Tissues, and member of the Scientific Board of BMAS. Current research focuses on the regulation of BMA and BMSC differentiation in several mouse models displaying bone loss.

Jeroen van de Peppel

The Netherlands

Moustapha Kassem

Denmark

Guillaume Penel

France

Members appointed by the EB in 2017 

Beata Lecka-Czernik

USA

Annegreet Veldhuis

Netherlands

Clinical fellow in Endocrinology specializing in metabolic bone diseases at the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam and the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Postdoctoral researcher in the Rosen Musculoskeletal Laboratory Maine Medical Center Research Institute, Scarborough, USA. Member of the Dutch Calcium and Bone Metabolism Society, European Calcified Tissue Society (ECTS), American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR), Dutch Endocrine Society and European Society for Endocrinology (ESE), and the Endocrine Society. Member of the ECTS Academy and International Endocrine Scholar of the ESE. Current research focuses on the endocrine regulation of human bone marrow adiposity, with experience in clinical trials using MRI, histomorphometry and cell culture to assess bone marrow adiposity.

Mark Horowitz

USA

Dimitrios Karampinos

Germany 

Principal investigator at the Technical University of Munich with expertise on Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Member and Junior Fellow of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. Current research focuses on the development of quantitative magnetic resonance imaging biomarkers of adipose tissue and musculoskeletal tissues (bone marrow, bone, skeletal muscle, peripheral nerves). Further details can be found here (http://bmrrgroup.de/)

Erica Scheller

USA

Principal investigator in the Division of Bone and Mineral Diseases at Washington University in Saint Louis, with expertise in bone biology, endocrine physiology, neurobiology, and oral health science. Member of ASBMR and BMAS and review editor for Frontiers in Endocrinology. Current research focuses on identifying mechanisms underlying neural regulation of marrow adipose tissue biology and defining the relationship between neuropathy and skeletal disease. Further details can be found here (www.marrowad.com).

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