Garvan Institute of Medical Research
Dr Paul Baldock received his PhD in 2001 for the University of Adelaide with Professor Howard Morris, investigating the response of cancellous bone to ovarian hormone deficiency. Subsequently, he moved to the Garvan Institute where he heads the Skeletal Neuroregulation Group in the Neuroscience Program. His work focuses on the investigation murine models of altered bone homeostasis: Most recently, involving the control of osteoblast function by the brain through efferent neural signalling. He has been particularly active in elucidating the role of the Neuropeptide Y in the control bone homeostasis through direct neural signalling and modulation of endocrine function.
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