Soslowsky Laboratory

Welcome to Soslowsky Laboratory

The overall goals of our research program are to determine fundamental relationships and mechanisms of tendon and ligament injury, healing, repair, and regeneration and to use this information to develop and evaluate potential treatment modalities.

Our primary research areas include:
  1. Rotator cuff injury and repair
  2. The Role of NSAIDs on Tendon Healing
  3. Achilles Tendon Injury and Repair
  4. Scarless regenerative tendon healing
  5. Tendon structure-function relationships and injury-repair

News

Congratulations to Dr. Zuzkov!
July 08, 2019
Congratulations to Andrey, Ben, Josh, J, Mark, and Dr. Soslowsky for their publication titled "Tendon biomechanics and crimp properties following fatigue loading are influenced by tendon type and age in mice" accepted for publication in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research!

Congratulations to Ryan!
July 01, 2019
Major congratulations to Ryan for winning 1st place in the PhD paper competition (session: imaging, injury, and biomedical engineering education) at the 2019 SB3C conference in Seven Springs, PA!!

Congratulations to Ashley!
July 01, 2019
Many congratulations to Ashley for winning 1st place in the PhD paper competition (session: morphogenesis, development, growth, and remodeling) at the 2019 SB3C conference held in Seven Springs, PA!

Congratulations to Dr. Riggin!
April 29, 2019
Congratulations to Cori, Mengcun, Josh, and Dr. Soslowsky for their publication titled "Ultrasound-guided dry needling of the healthy rat supraspinatus tendon elicits early healing without causing permanent damage" accepted to be published in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research!

Congratulations to Ashley Fung!
April 05, 2019
Congratulations to Ashley on being selected as a finalist for the ASME-SB3C 2019 PhD Student Paper Competition for her work titled "Pregnancy And Lactation Impair Subchondral Bone Leading To Reduced Rat Supraspinatus Tendon Failure Properties"!

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