Musculoskeletal Research in Progress

The primary mission of the monthly Musculoskeletal Research in Progress (MSK) seminar series is community building. This seminar is held the 3rd Wednesday of each month (Sept – May), in rooms ABC of the BSRB (4:00-5:00pm, unless noted otherwise). NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all seminars are being held as hybrid meetings, see below for Zoom meeting link if you are unable to attend in person. The MSK is attended by trainees, staff, clinicians, and basic scientists from within and outside the musculoskeletal community. The seminars are structured differently than a traditional seminar because we try to pair up faculty and senior trainees to provide an overview of their work, to generate provocative discussions, and to foster new interactions/collaborations among investigators. The presentations are multidisciplinary, ranging from metabolomics to tissue-engineered ACL constructs to super-high resolution (molecular) imaging to the use of nano-particles in treating osteosarcomas to all other musculoskeletal research topics.

Upcoming Seminar: 

"Evolution on the Move: Leveraging Biomechanics to Examine Dynamic Adaptations"

Speaker: Talia Moore, Ph.D.

Assistant ProfessorRobotics, Mechanical EngineeringCollege of EngineeringUniversity of Michigan

 Wednesday, February 15, 2023

On Zoom, 4:00-5:00 pm

Zoom Meeting ID: 932 3253 1406Passcode: 592322Link:

Upcoming Presenters for 2021/2022

If interested in presenting, please contact one of the Organizers: