• Alberts Lab

    Our laboratory is focused on understanding how the brain controls skilled movements and how changes in brain function affect the movement performance

  • Apte Lab

    Extracellular matrix, Morphogenesis and Human Disorders Extracellular matrix (ECM) is the inanimate material between and around cells

  • Damaser Lab

    We investigate female pelvic floor dysfunction (FPFD), including stress urinary incontinence or leakage of urine, fecal incontinence or leakage of stool, and pelvic organ prolapse, in which the genitourinary organs fall out of their appropriate

  • Derwin Lab

    Our research program aims to (1) develop biomaterial patches to improve healing and outcomes of soft tissue repairs such as, for example, repair of the tendons in the shoulder or hernias in the abdominal wall;

  • Erdemir Lab

    The aging process and debilitating diseases such as osteoarthritis affect many aspects of the mechanical function of the human body: from the way we move to how our muscles, joints, tissues, and cells accommodate the

  • Fleischman Lab

    My laboratory concentrates on the application of micro and nano technology to biomedical applications

  • Fukamachi Lab

    Within Cleveland Clinic's Department of Biomedical Engineering, the Cardiovascular Dynamics laboratory is pioneering surgical and device treatments for heart failure

  • Ghosh Lab

    Our laboratory investigates the role of the blood-brain barrier in health and disease

  • Graham Lab

    The long-term goal of our research is improve the healing of bypass grafts or arteries after balloon angioplasty and stenting

  • Hascall Lab

    We work to discover how a very large sugar molecule (hyaluronan) interacts with cells that are exposed to viruses, conditions of glucose (sugar) overload, or actual wounds to form an abnormal "matrix" around themselves that

  • Krishna Lab

    Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the USA; an estimated 1

  • Labhasetwar Lab

    Our research focus is to explore the use of nanotechnology (such as tiny "nanoparticles" that can find their way into specific cells or tissues) to detect and treat various diseases, particularly cancer, stroke and cardiovascular

  • Li Lab

    Our laboratory studies how the hand, wrist, and arms move and how to help them heal

  • Marasco Lab

    Dr Marasco and his team work to understand the sensory nervous system and develop translational approaches for providing natural touch and movement feedback for artificial limbs

  • Maytin Lab

    In the Laboratory of Molecular Dermatology, we study two skin disease processes that are very important for medicine and surgery: wound healing and skin cancer

  • McLennan Lab

    Interventional Radiology (IR) is a very diverse field that touches on all aspects of medicine

  • Midura Lab

    Mammals use an internal skeleton for tissue anchoring, weight bearing support, internal organ protection, and storage of calcium and is the main location housing red blood cell production

  • Muschler Lab

    Our laboratory is focused on developing and testing new therapies for patients who suffer diseases that result in the loss or healthy tissue

  • Plow Lab

    Whether recovering from injury or in disease states, the brain's potential to change for the better or the worse – its “plasticity” – creates windows of opportunity to improve neurological outcomes

  • Ramamurthi Lab

    Abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAAs) are potentially fatal conditions afflicting major blood vessels, which are characterized by a loss of wall flexibility, and ultimate vessel weakening and rupture

  • Vince Lab

    Each year about 800,000 Americans experience a new or recurrent stroke, or “brain attack

  • Zborowski Lab

    We have developed instrumentation to measure magnetic properties of a single, live cell by measuring its motion in physiologic electrolyte solutions in strong magnetic fields and gradients