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Small animal dynamometer to translate preclinical findings to the clinic is published!
November 23, 2022
Congrats to My My for her 1st author publication in the Journal of Biomechanics describing our small animal dynamometer and how it can translate preclinical findings to the clinic.

Baxter Lab ORS abstracts!
November 12, 2022
Congrats to our lab members who will be representing us at the ORS 2023 meeting in Dallas! Todd Hullfish will give a podium talk describing ways to manage rehabilitation loading, Ke Song will present a poster on knee joint loading during exercise, and My My Tang will present a poster on why repairing an Achilles tendon rupture restores more function that non-surgical care.

Baxter Lab receives R01 to study Achilles tendinopathy neuromechanics
September 24, 2022
The Baxter Lab received a R01 from NIAMS/NIH to define the neuromechanical mechanisms of Achilles tendinopathy. This is a collaboration with Dr. Flavia Vitale in the Department of Neurology at Penn.

Welcome Sittinon!
September 08, 2022
Sittinon Neuthong is beginning his fall rotation through the Baxter Lab where he'll be studying Achilles tendon loading biomechanics in patients with tendinopathy.

Welcome Julianne!
September 01, 2022
We are excited for Julianne Meader to join the Baxter Lab to research precision rehabilitation strategies for Achilles tendon injuries.

Welcome Maggie!
August 18, 2022
Maggie Wagner is beginning her doctoral training in Biomedical Engineering and will be co-mentored by Drs. Baxter and Vitale.

Baxter lab receives NIH grant to study precision rehabilitation
August 17, 2022
The Baxter Lab just received an R21 award from the NIH to study precision rehabilitation strategies to improve functional outcomes following Achilles tendon ruptures!

Welcome Michelle!
July 07, 2022
We are excited to welcome Michelle Kwon to the Baxter Lab as a research specialist! Michelle will help run our clinical research projects on Achilles tendon injuries.

Welcome Madison!
April 22, 2022
We are excited to welcome Madison Woods to the Baxter Lab as a research specialist! Madison will help run our clinical research projects on Achilles tendon injuries.

Congrats to Todd!
April 19, 2022
We are very excited that Todd Hullfish is starting his PhD in the Bioengineering program this fall!

Career and Personal Development Programs at ORS 2022!
December 19, 2021
Want to learn how to develop and manage a research budget or write a high-impact biosketch? Join us at ORS - free workshops (but registration is required) developed by Josh Baxter.

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