Aerobic Exercise Can Help Parkinson’s Patients Improve Heart Health
03/01/2021

Dr. Alberts and his team have found that even short sessions of aerobic exercise can bring gains in cardiopulmonary function for patients with Parkinson’s disease.

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Knee Ligament Surgery Study Findings May Help Explain ACL Injury Risk
02/08/2021

Dr. Beveridge found that, years after knee ligament surgery, patients had nearly identical muscle coordination measures as control subjects, although the activation of a muscle group that normally protects ligaments from injury was delayed in both legs.

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CYCLE-AD Trial: Testing High-Intensity Exercise to Stave Off Alzheimer’s Disease
01/19/2021

With a new $6.7 million grant from NIH, Drs. Alberts and Rao will test if home-based, high-intensity cycling may help prevent sedentary adults who carry the highest risk Alzheimer’s-related gene variant from developing the disease.

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NIH Awards $3M to Develop a Quicker, More Reliable Way to Diagnose Osteoarthritis
06/22/2020

Dr. Li seeks to identify a faster and more efficient non-invasive method to identify patients at risk for osteoarthritis by improving magnetic resonance imaging techniques.

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Dr. Xiaojuan Li Named Bonutti Family Endowed Chair
12/14/2018

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Musculoskeletal Research Center Co-Director Receives $6M NIH Grant for ACL Surgery Research
10/12/2018

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