2006 - Hellman Fellow
His primary scientific interests are in Anatomy, Bone healing, Cell biology, Cartilage and Sonic hedgehog. The study incorporates disciplines such as Frontonasal prominence and Craniofacial in addition to Anatomy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Juvenile, Pathology, Endochondral ossification, Femoral artery and Bone remodeling.
Ralph S. Marcucio does research in Cell biology, focusing on Chondrogenesis specifically. His Cartilage research includes themes of Tibia Fracture, Endocrinology and Internal medicine. Ralph S. Marcucio combines subjects such as Hedgehog signaling pathway, Ectoderm and Neural crest with his study of Sonic hedgehog.
Bone healing, Cell biology, Anatomy, Cartilage and Endochondral ossification are his primary areas of study. His study in Bone healing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bone regeneration, Angiogenesis and Intramembranous ossification, Pathology. His studies in Cell biology integrate themes in fields like Morphogenesis and Ectoderm.
His research in Anatomy tackles topics such as Craniofacial which are related to areas like Evolutionary biology and Embryonic stem cell. Ralph S. Marcucio studied Cartilage and Tissue engineering that intersect with Regeneration. The various areas that he examines in his Endochondral ossification study include Chondrocyte, Bone cell and Transdifferentiation.
His primary areas of investigation include Bone healing, Cell biology, Inflammation, Evolutionary biology and Cartilage. His research on Bone healing concerns the broader Anatomy. His study in the field of Wnt signaling pathway and Neural crest also crosses realms of Chemistry.
His Neural crest study combines topics in areas such as Progenitor cell, Mesenchymal stem cell, Loss function and Cell type. His work on Proinflammatory cytokine as part of general Inflammation research is often related to Macrophage, thus linking different fields of science. His Cartilage study incorporates themes from Nuclear localization sequence, Beta and Stem cell.
Ralph S. Marcucio mostly deals with Bone healing, Inflammation, Developmental genetics, Evolutionary biology and Neuroscience. Ralph S. Marcucio has researched Bone healing in several fields, including Age related and Pathology. His research in Inflammation intersects with topics in Hippocampal formation, Transcriptome and Cartilage.
Many of his research projects under Evolutionary biology are closely connected to Missing heritability problem with Missing heritability problem, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Neuroscience research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Pathophysiology and Polytrauma. Among his Bone fracture studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Pathological, Neuroanatomy, Bone marrow, Chronic stress and Endochondral ossification.
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The Collaborative Cross, a community resource for the genetic analysis of complex traits
Gary A. Churchill;David C. Airey;Hooman Allayee;Joe M. Angel.
Nature Genetics (2004)
Deciphering the Palimpsest: Studying the Relationship Between Morphological Integration and Phenotypic Covariation
Benedikt Hallgrímsson;Heather Jamniczky;Nathan M. Young;Campbell Rolian.
Evolutionary Biology-new York (2009)
Patterns of infantile hemangiomas: new clues to hemangioma pathogenesis and embryonic facial development.
Anita N. Haggstrom;Edward J. Lammer;Richard A. Schneider;Ralph Marcucio.
A zone of frontonasal ectoderm regulates patterning and growth in the face
Diane Hu;Ralph S. Marcucio;Jill A. Helms.
Molecular interactions coordinating the development of the forebrain and face
Ralph S. Marcucio;Dwight R. Cordero;Dwight R. Cordero;Diane Hu;Jill A. Helms;Jill A. Helms.
Developmental Biology (2005)
Cellular basis for age-related changes in fracture repair.
Chuanyong Lu;Theodore Miclau;Diane Hu;Erik Hansen.
Journal of Orthopaedic Research (2005)
Ischemia Leads to Delayed-union during Fracture Healing: A Mouse Model
Chuanyong Lu;Theodore Miclau;Diane Hu;Ralph S. Marcucio.
Journal of Orthopaedic Research (2007)
Temporal perturbations in sonic hedgehog signaling elicit the spectrum of holoprosencephaly phenotypes
Dwight Cordero;Ralph Marcucio;Diane Hu;William Gaffield.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (2004)
Stem Cell–Derived Endochondral Cartilage Stimulates Bone Healing by Tissue Transformation
Chelsea S Bahney;Diane P Hu;Aaron J Taylor;Federico Ferro.
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research (2014)
A SHH-responsive signaling center in the forebrain regulates craniofacial morphogenesis via the facial ectoderm
Diane Hu;Ralph S. Marcucio.
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