Bruzina and Raymond-Pope present at the 2022  International Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation

Angela Bruzina, MS, a current Kinesiology graduate student and Christiana Raymond-Pope, PhD, a researcher in the Skeletal Muscle Plasticity and Regeneration Laboratory (SMPRL), led by Sarah Greising, PhD, associate professor in the School of Kinesiology, will both be attending and presenting at the 2022 International Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation held in Austin Texas, October 27-29. This meeting is currently in its 9th year, and the symposium is the largest medical and scientific conference specific to Regenerative Rehabilitation in the world. Raymond-Pope will present a poster entitled, “Adjunctive oxidative treatment alters whole-body metabolism and enhances oxidative muscle properties with rehabilitation”, and Bruzina will present a poster entitled “Physical activity restriction after volumetric muscle loss alters metabolomic profile”. Work was co-authored by SMPRL lab members and collaborator Jarrod Call, PhD from the University of Georgia. 

Angela Bruzina, MS
Christiana Raymond-Pope, PhD, in blue shirt with grey sweater smiling in front of brick wall
Christiana Raymond-Pope, PhD