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!


Congratulations Christelle Darrieutort-Laffite, Zak Beach, Steph Weiss, Jeremy Eekhoff, and Dr. Soslowsky!
February 22, 2023
Congratulations to Christelle, Zak, Steph, Jeremy, and Dr. Soslowsky for their manuscript "Knockdown of biglycan reveals an important role in maintenance of structural and mechanical properties during tendon aging" accepted for publication in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research!

ORS Tendon Section Poster Awards
February 20, 2023
Congratulations to Mike Distefano, Ashley Fung, and Thomas Leahy on their poster awards at the Orthopaedic Research Society 2023 Conference. All three received awards in the Tendon section!

Congratulations Ashley Fung, Mei Sun, Dr. Louis Soslowsky, and Dr. David Birk
October 04, 2022
Congratulations to Ashley, Mei, Dr. Soslwosky, and Dr. Birk for their manuscript "Targeted Conditional Collagen XII Deletion Alters Tendon Function" accepted for publication in Matrix Biology Plus!

Congratulations Ryan Leiphart, Steph Weiss, Mike DiStefano, Stacey Mavridis, Sheila Adams, Dr. Nat Dyment, and Dr. Louis Soslowsky!
September 30, 2022
Congratulations to Ryan, Steph, Mike, Stacey, Sheila, Dr. Dyment, and Dr. Soslowsky on their manuscript "Collagen V deficiency during murine tendon healing results in distinct healing outcomes based on knockdown severity" accepted for publication in the Journal of Biomechanics!

Congratulations Dr. Zakary Beach!
September 13, 2022
Major congratulations to Zak for successfully defending his PhD thesis! Zak will be greatly missed, and we wish him the best with his future endeavors!

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