• B.Sc. Biology, University of Durham, United Kingdom


  • Hazel Stevens has worked in bone research for some years. Her primary research interests include studying real-time quantitative gene expression in osteogenic differentiation of stem cells, bone imaging and histology and the use of cell-seeded scaffolds for bone tissue engineering.

  • Durham University (United Kingdom) Student in Residence Award, 1988 and 1987
  • British Federation for Business and Working Women Molly Perry Prize, 1986
  • H. Y. Stevens, et al. 2008. PECAM-1 Is a Critical Mediator of Atherosclerosis. Disease Models and Mechanisms (in press).
  • H. Y. Stevens, D. R. Meays, and J. A. Frango. 2006. Pressure Gradients and Transport in the Murine Femur Upon Hindlimb Suspension. Bone 39(3), 565-572.
  • H. Y. Stevens, et al. 2006. COX-2 Is Necessary for Venous Ligation-Mediated Bone Adaptation in Mice. Bone 38(1), 93-104.
  • B. S. Noble, et al. 2003. Mechanical Loading, Biphasic Osteocyte Survival and the Targeting of Osteoclasts for Bone Destruction in Rat Cortical Bone. American Journal of Physiology and Cell Physiology 284 (4), C934-C943.
  • H. Y. Stevens, J. Reeve, and B. S. 2000. Bcl-2, Tissue Transglutaminase and p53 Protein Expression in the Apoptotic Cascade in Ribs of Premature Infants. Journal of Anatomy 196 (Pt. 2), 181-191.