Center for Skeletal Research

Research Cores:

Imaging and Biomechanical Testing Services

Histology & Histomorphometry Services

Bone Cells Services

Cell Signaling Assay Services

Getting Started:  Instructions for requesting service

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Publication Acknowledgement:

Please acknowledge the Center for Skeletal Research Core (NIH P30 AR066261) in any publications that result from the use of our core services.

News and Upcoming Events

2017-09-11 - Bone Research Workshop Lecture Series-:

Friday, October 27, 2017; 3:30pm – 5:00pm @ MGH

“Novel roles for the ESCRT protein CHMP5 in the development of osteoclasts and T cells” by Jae-Hyuck Shim, Ph.D. and “Regulation of osteocyte biology by salt inducible kinases”: by Marc Wein, M.D., Ph.D.,

For more details, go to Announcement

2017-09-08 - ASBMR Annual Meeting:

September 8-11, 2017 in Denver, Colorado

For more details go to, ASBMR

2017-06-12 - Skeletal Research Symposium:

Thank you to all who participated in our 3rd Annual Symposium held on June 12, 2017. For more information go to, 3rd Annual Skeletal Research Symposium

Congratulations to our prize poster winners: Frank Ko, Eva Liu, and Haomling Liu

2017-06-07 - CSR Monthly Newsletter:

2016-02-23 - Exciting news for Junior Investigators!!:

The Center for Skeletal Research (CSR) will provide core services at a reduced rate to Junior Faculty members awarded NIH grants such as K01, K08, R03, or R21 and who have not been the PI or co-PI on an R01 grant or equivalent. Core fees will be reduced up to 50% off P30 users. To be considered for this fee reduction and to become a CSR member, go to Become a member