Joint & Bone Initiative

Dr. Greg Kelly


Research Areas

Animal Models, Genetics, Molecular & Cell Biology
Gregory Kelly completed his B.Sc. (Hons) in Zoology at the University of Manitoba in 1983, and completed his Ph.D. with Dr. Erwin Huebner in the same Department in 1989. Dr. Kelly was a Medical Research Council of Canada (CIHR) Postdoctoral Fellow with Dr. Randall Moon in the Department of Pharmacology, at the University of Washington. In 1995, he was recruited as an Assistant Professor to the Department of Zoology (now Biology), Western University, and was promoted to Associate Professor and tenured in 2001, and to Professor in 2006. Professor Kelly has lectured extensively in Europe, Asia and North America and has published several articles in the areas of molecular, cell and developmental biology. He serves on many editorial boards, and has participated as Chair or as a member on numerous national and international granting agencies. In addition, Professor Kelly has been a Visiting Professor at universities in Japan, Norway, Poland and Toronto, is an Associate Scientist at the Child Health Research Institute, is cross-appointed as a Professor in Paediatrics, and Physiology and Pharmacology at Western University, and has served as Acting Chair in the Department of Biology, Western University. More information on his academic background can be found at his website: