Sally Martin

Doctorate of Philosophy (Medicine)

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20052020

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My PhD research centred on the mechanisms underlying bone marrow angiogenesis and osteolytic bone disease in the haematological malignancy, multiple myeloma. Since completing my PhD in 2009, my research has focussed on examining the role of the PI3K and mTOR signalling pathways in bone development, looking at ways to exploit these pathways to stimulate bone formation in disease settings such as osteoporosis and tumour-associated bone loss.

My current projects include:

(1) Examining the role of the mTOR signalling pathways in directing mesenchymal stem cell differentiation

(2) Examining the consequences of conditional bone-specific mTORC1 deletion on skeletal development and bone remodelling

(3) Examining the role of skeletal mTORC1 in regulating whole body glucose homeostasis

(4) Examining the role of skeletal mTORC1 in regulating bone marrow adipose expansion

 

 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Adelaide

6 Mar 200518 Dec 2008

External positions

Course coordinator, Human Anatomy and Physiology, University of Adelaide

1 Jul 2019 → …

Affiliate lecturer, School of Medicine, University of Adelaide

2012 → …

Keywords

  • mTOR
  • bone biology
  • glucose metabolism
  • Multiple myeloma

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