Muscle Physiology & Biomechanics

Welcome to the Azizi Lab


Research in our lab is focused broadly on the physiology and mechanics of movement. Our work strives to understand how the basic properties of muscle have been shaped by evolution and how shifts in these properties affect neuromuscular health and performance. We also aim to reveal how organisms use mechanical and structural mechanisms to overcome the limits of muscle. See more

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Lab News

4/1/16  New paper on the effects of aging on muscle gear ratio published in JEB

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1/15/16 New paper published by Holt & Azizi in Proccedings of the Royal Society B

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1/3/16 Holt, Reynaga, Abbott, and Balaban all present work at SICB meeting in portland, OR

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9/15/15 New Post-doc Caitrin Eaton joins the lab

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9/8/15 The lab awarded a new grant from the Army Research Office to study Impulsive systems

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9/6/15 Manny presents invited talk at "Advances in Tendon Research" conference in the UK  

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8/5/15 New paper published in JEB looking at the mechanics and control of muscle-tendon units

The

Azizi Lab

Dept. of Ecology &

Evolutionary Biology