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Tim Welting received his PhD in biochemistry in 2007 at the laboratory of Prof. Pruijn (dept. Of Biomolecular Chemistry, Radboud University Nijmegen). In 2006 he started as a post-doc at the Laboratory for Experimental Orthopaedics and in 2007 scientific staff member at the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, where he now leads the Laboratory for Experimental Orthopedics. He studied the RNase MRP complex which is related to a severe form of dwarfism which is called Cartilage-Hair Hypoplasia.
The scientific interests of Dr. Welting and his research group are mainly focused on cartilage biology and molecular mechanisms that determine the phase of skeletaire cartilage development and homeostasis. In this context, studied several skeletaire structures; including articular cartilage, growth plate and the intervertebral disc. Basic scientific findings in these areas are getransleert to human diseases such as osteoarthritis, dwarfism and bone fractures.