Larry J Suva
Phone: (979) 845-7261
My entire research focus is on the skeletal consequences of disease. These interest include breast cancer bone metastasis and multiple myeloma, new chemotherapy approaches for osteosarcoma as well as fracture healing, bone anabolism and bone infections. Current research efforts include a focus on in vivo models (murine and larger animals) to discover regulatory pathways important for bone physiology, the development of rare bone disease pre-clinical model(s) involving larger animal species that have the potential to change the study of bone turnover as well as bone physiology, and provide novel insight into future therapeutic directions.
Complete List of peer-reviewed Published Work can be found at:
Ph.D. Medicine, University of Melbourne, Australia 1989
B. App. Sci. Chemistry/Biochemistry, Swinburne Institute of Technology 1981