Anthony Turner

Emeritus Clinical Sciences

TMI209 Tmi

970-297-0379

About Anthony

Research Interests: Characterization of the aged ovariectomized ewe as a model for postmenopausal conditions such as osteoporosis, heart disease, hot flashes and arthritis, new therapeutic agents for osteoporosis including selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERM's). Other areas of research (using sheep) have included investigation into new methods of enhancement of implant fixation in normal and osteoporotic bone, anterior and posterior spine fusion with various implants, and, fracture healing, evaluation of implants to secure meniscal tears, meniscal transplantation and tendon reattachment to bone.

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