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!


News

Congratulations to Cori Riggin, Steph Weiss, Ashley Rodriguez, Harina Raja, Mengcun Chen, Susan Schultz, Dr. Chandra Sehgal, and Dr. Louis Soslowsky
March 10, 2022
Congratulations to Cori, Steph, Ashley, Harina, Mengcun, Susan, Dr. Sehgal, and Dr. Soslwosky for their manuscript "Increasing Vascular Response to Injury Improves Tendon Early Healing Outcome in Aged Rats" accepted for publication in the Annals of Biomedical Engineering!

Congratulations to Carrie Barnum, Snehal Shetye, and Dr. Soslowsky!
February 17, 2022
Congratulations to Carrie, Snehal, and Dr. Soslowsky for their collaboration with Dr. Joy Vinks' group on the manuscript "The non-pregnant and pregnant human cervix: a systematic proteomic analysis" accepted for publication in Reproductive Sciences!

Congratulations to Zak Beach, Kelsey Bonilla, Mihir Dekhne, Mei Sun, Thomas Adams, Sheila Adams, Stephanie Weiss, Ashley Rodriguez, Snehal Shetye, Dr. David Birk, and Dr. Louis Soslowsky
February 13, 2022
Congratulations to Zak, Kelsey, Mihir, Steph, Snehal, and Dr. Soslowsky for their collaboration with Dr. Birk's group on the manuscript "Biglycan Has a Major Role in Maintenance of Mature Tendon Mechanics" accepted for publication in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research!

Congratulations to Ryan Leiphart, Hai Pham, Tyler Harvey, Taishi Komori, Tina Kilts, Dr. Snehal Shetye, Stephanie Weiss, Sheila Adams, Dr. David Birk, Dr. Louis Soslowsky, and Dr. Marian Young!
December 21, 2021
Congratulations to Ryan, Snehal, Steph, and Dr. Soslowsky for their collaboration with Dr. Birk and Dr. Young's groups on the manuscript "Coordinate roles for collagen VI and biglycan in regulating tendon collagen fibril structure and function" accepted for publication in Matrix Biology Plus!

Congratulations to Dr. Ben Freedman, Kwasi Adu-Berchi, Carrie Barnum, Dr. George Fryhofer, Dr. Nabeel Salka, Dr. Snehal Shetye, Dr. Louis Soslowsky!
December 20, 2021
Congratulations to Ben, Kwasi, Carrie, George, Nabeel, Snehal, and Dr. Soslowsky on their manuscript "Nonsurgical treatment reduces tendon inflammation and elevates tendon markers in early healing" accepted for publication in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research!

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