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The Jay Alberts lab studies how the brain controls movement and how changes in brain function affect movement performance.
The Suneel Apte Lab conducts fundamental research on extracellular matrix and the proteases that remodel it.
The Damaser lab studies regenerative medicine, tissue engineering and device development in pelvic floor dysfunction.
The Derwin lab identifies factors which influence healing and outcomes following rotator cuff repair.
The Ahmet Erdemir lab uses computational depictions to understand how movement and loads on joints impact tissue and cells.
The David Escobar lab is dedicated to advancing patient-specific neuromodulation therapies for brain conditions.
The Aaron Fleischman lab explores micro- and nanotechnology in biomedical applications.
The Fukamachi lab develops mechanical support devices, such as ventricular assist and the total artificial heart.
The Chaitali Ghosh lab is developing a screening platform for drugs across the blood-brain barrier.
The Linda Graham lab researches the healing of bypass grafts or arteries after balloon angioplasty and stenting.
The Hascall lab studies the hyaluronan matrix in diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease, cancers, asthma and more.
The laboratory explores the biomimetic microphysiological system to uncover fundamental mechanisms of host-microbiome crosstalk in health and disease.
The Vijay Krishna lab uses nanotechnology to develop theranostic and preventative agents for non-invasive therapies.
The Labhasetwar lab uses nanotechnology to detect and treat various diseases.
The Xiaojuan Li lab explores advanced musculoskeletal imaging techniques in orthopaedic and rheumatologic disorders.
The Paul Marasco lab studies the sensory nervous system and natural touch and movement for artificial limbs.
The Edward Maytin lab studies wound healing and skin cancer.
The Muschler lab develops and tests new cell-based therapies for conditions that result in the loss of healthy tissue.
The Kunio Nakamura lab researches analysis of brain MRI's to gain a better understanding of multiple sclerosis.
The Ela Plow lab researches rehabilitation, movement re-learning, and noninvasive brain stimulation.
The Saab lab maps pain neural circuits and develops tools for diagnosis and treatment of disabling pain conditions.
The Vince lab develops software to analyze ultrasound images of carotid arteries to predict increased risk of stroke.