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Beckman researchers receive NIH RO1

Investigators from the Beckman Exosome Working Group have been named the recipients of an NIH RO1 for a project that will project will develop cell- and exosome-based therapies to improve skeletal muscle recovery following immobilization, ultimately preventing disability in our growing aged population. Marni Boppart, an associate professor of kinesiology and community health, is the PI for the project, "Development of a Cell-Based Therapy to Improve Recovery Following Immobilization." The project includes several investigators from the Beckman Exosome Working Group, including Wawosz Dobrucki, an assistant professor of bioengineering; Stephen Boppart, a professor of electrical and computer engineering; and Jonathan Sweedler, a professor of chemistry.

Published on Aug. 28, 2018

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  • Stephen Boppart
    Stephen Boppart's directory photo.
  • Wawrzyniec Dobrucki
    Wawrzyniec Dobrucki's directory photo.
  • Jonathan V. Sweedler
    Jonathan V. Sweedler's directory photo.
  • Marni Boppart
    Marni Boppart's directory photo.