Sarah M. Greising

School of Kinesiology
College of Education and Human Development
Twin Cities

Award Year
University Award
McKnight Land-Grant Professorship
Research Title
Leveraging Curiosity and Physiology to Optimize Skeletal Muscle Function After Injury

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Traumatic orthopaedic injuries can leave patients with significant lifelong dysfunction. Some injuries, such as volumetric muscle loss, are particularly challenging and current treatment guidelines for skeletal muscle remain elusive. To understand these injuries, Sarah Greising’s team evaluates how the muscle environment is limiting to adaption during treatment (surgical, regenerative medicine, and/or rehabilitation). Her lab is committed to using the physiology to promote an endogenous environment supportive of treatments to improve long-term function for these patients.