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The Graduate College > Biochemistry > Department of Biochemistry Research > Research Members and Activities in the Department of Biochemistry
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Faculty members in the Department of Biochemistry at Rush University lead several research groups.


The following is a table listing the research interests per faculty member:


Name Description
Ada Cole Heterogeneity among and between articular cartilages
Anna Plaas Proteoglycans and hyaluronan in cartilage matrix biology
Berry-Kravis Effects of the fragile X Protein FMRP on neural connections and signal transduction.
Carol Muehlman Subchondral bone reaction associated with cartilage.
Eugene Thonar Articular cartilage in joint diseases
Gabriella Cs-Szabo Structure and function of the small proteoglycans.
Hee-Jeong Sampen Cellular signaling pathways and molecular mechanisms.
John Sandy Preventing ADAMTS5-mediated destruction of aggrecan in knee joint tissues.
Susan Chubinskaya Cartilage aging, regeneration and repair.
Theodore Oegema Pathobiochemistry of the extracellular matrix.
Jeffrey Borgia Diagnostic test development for non-small cell lung cancer.




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