Genetics, Medicine and Translational Research
Boston Children's Hospital
Dr. Warman is also Harriet M. Peabody Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Genetics at Harvard Medical School.
Matthew Warman is interested in understanding how the human skeleton develops and maintains itself throughout a lifetime of use. As a clinician-scientist, his research in skeletal biology attempts to traverse the interface between basic science and clinical application.
Dr. Warman received a B.S. degree from Brown University and an M.D. degree from Cornell University. He completed an internship and residency in pediatrics, a fellowship in medical genetics, and as a postdoctoral fellow studied matrix biology with Bjorn Olsen at Harvard Medical School. Prior to his recent move to Children's, Dr. Warman was Associate Professor of Genetics and Pediatrics at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and an attending physician at University Hospitals of Cleveland. He is a recipient of a Clinical Scientist Award in translational research from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. He is board certified in pediatrics and clinical, biochemical, and molecular genetics, and he maintains a strong clinical interest in each discipline.