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. Tendon structure-function relationships and injury-repair
  2. Achilles Tendon Injury and Repair
  3. Rotator cuff injury and repair
  4. The Role of NSAIDs on Tendon Healing
  5. Animal Models for Therapeutics
  6. Spontaneous Pre-Term Birth
Our Environment

The Soslowsky Laboratory strives to create and maintain an inclusive, diverse, and welcoming community. Innovation is spurned by bringing together different backgrounds and perspectives. To reap the benefits of diversity, team members must feel empowered to use their voice. Thus, it is our mission to provide equal opportunities for people of all identities. Through initiatives within our lab and in the broader scientific community, we aim to cultivate a diverse environment in which everyone is welcomed, included, and empowered. Welcome to the Soslowsky Lab!

Statement Against Hate

Colleges across the country are experiencing disturbing acts of hate on their campuses. We are shocked and saddened by the recent events on our own campus, and we recognize that many members of our community are deeply affected. Moreover, the rise in antisemitism and islamophobia fuels hate of all kinds, affecting every one of us. The Soslowsky Lab vehemently condemns these acts and pledges to speak out against all forms of hate. We strive to respect people with differing ideas, experiences, and backgrounds to create a welcoming community.


News

Congratulations to Emma!
June 06, 2024
Congratulations to Emma Kroll for successfully passing her qualifiying exam!

Congratulations to Dr. Christelle Darrieutort-Laffite, Frédéric Blanchard, Dr. Soslowsky, and Dr. Benoit Le Goff!
February 01, 2024
Congratulations to Christelle and Dr. Soslowsky for their review article with collaborators from France. Titled "Biology and physiology of tendon healing," this review describes the key factors involved in the process of tendon healing, such as cells, transcription factors, extracellular matrix components, cytokines, growth factors, and vascularization.

Congratulations to Dr. Zakary Beach, Courtney Nuss, Stephanie Weiss, and Dr. Soslowsky!
November 22, 2023
Congratulations to Zak, Courtney, Steph, and Dr. Soslowsky for their manuscript, "Neonatal Achilles Tendon Microstructure is Negatively Impacted by Decorin and Biglycan Knockdown After Injury and During Development" accepted for publication in the Annals of Biomedical Engineering!

Congratulations to Dr. Jaclyn Carlson, Snehal Shetye, Mei Sun, Stephanie Weiss, Dr. Birk, and Dr. Soslowsky
November 16, 2023
Congratulations to Jackie, Snehal, Mei, Steph, Dr. Birk, and Dr. Soslwosky for their manuscript "Collagen V haploinsufficiency in female murine patellar tendons results in altered matrix engagement and cellular density, demonstrating decreased healing" accepted for publication in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research!

Congratulations Dr. Joseph Newton, Courtney Nuss, Stephanie Weiss, Rebecca Betts, and Dr. Soslowsky
November 10, 2023
Congratulations to Joey, Courtney, Steph, Becca, and Dr. Soslowsky for the manuscript "Novel Application of In Vivo Microdialysis in a Rat Achilles Tendon Acute Injury Model" accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Physiology!

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