Alberto received his PhD in molecular biology from Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) for his work on early limb development in chicken and mice. As a postdoctoral fellow at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre in the US, he developed mouse genetic models of unilateral insults, to study regulation of limb growth. His current work explores the short- and long-range communication mechanisms that regulate growth within and between organs, during vertebrate limb development and regeneration.Read more about Alberto Rosello-Diez's research
Alberto Rosello-Diez's Articles
No bones about it
Researchers are examining the body’s response to developmental defects, in a bid to help prevent disorders such as foetal growth restriction.
Out on a limb
Scientists’ discovery into how mice recover from deformity could lead to new therapies for growth disorders such as dwarfism.