Sarah Duclos '19 (ME) is only a sophomore, but she is already doing biomechanics research with Assistant Professor Arthur Michalek related to low back pain, with a focus on injury and repair of the inter vertebral disc.
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Pre-PA Studies student joined relief efforts in Nepal following two massive earthquakes last spring. PHOTO CREDIT: "Mediziniische Versongung Nepal" by Superikonoskop.
Kayla Fantone '16, a biology major from Franklin, Tenn., is working on high-powered immunological research as part of the Clarkson-Trudeau Semester in Biomedical Sciences Program, an intensive semester-long living and learning experience that takes place at the renowned Trudeau Institute in Saranac Lake, N. Y.
Biology Professor Thomas Lufkin's pioneering research in regenerative medicine aims to improve the outcome of patients suffering from lower back pain by replacing damaged vertebrae with new spinal discs created by a patient's own repurposed cells. See related story: http://clarkson.edu/digital/alumni_magazine/pres_report2015/#19-20
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