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Mitochondrial-Focused Research Lab Specialist
University of Michigan
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Dr. Lindsey Lepley is an assistant professor of Athletic Training, director of the Comparative Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Laboratory (CORL), and co-director of the Orthopedic Rehabilitation & Biomechanics Laboratory (ORB) at the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology. Her laboratory uses experimental techniques from both neurophysiology and biomechanics that she gained during her doctoral studies. Her postdoctoral work supplemented these skills with in-depth training in muscle mechanics and an expansion of her line into preclinical rodent models. These unique training experiences position Dr. Lepley to harness the power of preclinical models to understand the underlying physiological responses to injury, and rigorously define the parameters and thresholds of therapeutic interventions that improve patient outcomes.
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