News

Announcing the 2023 agility project awardees

We are delighted to announce and congratulate the recipients of the Wu Tsai Human Performance Agility Project awards. Five outstanding projects from universities around the world were identified by the National Leadership Council as having a strong potential to advance our understanding of the biological principles underlying human performance and expand the Alliance’s current scientific program.

 

Influence of Sex and Hormone Signaling on Recovery from Exercise
Brianne Connizzo | Boston University

Exploiting Transcriptomic Discovery of Meniscus Cells to Predict Outcome of Avascular Meniscus Repair
Adetola Adesida | University of Alberta

Expansion of the Musculoskeletal Atlas Project to Rodent Data (RodeMAP) and High Resolution Human Tendon Imaging
Thor Besier, Geoffrey Handsfield | University of Auckland

Enhancing Muscle Function by Mitochondrial Transplantation
Tom Rando | UCLA

Disturbed Diurnal Homeostasis in Development of Tendon Overuse Injury (Tendinopathy) and Temporal Optimization of Physical Therapy to Improve Performance
Michael Kjaer | University of Copenhagen

Latest News

Latest Alliance research at the 2024 ORS Annual Meeting

February 2, 2024

Latest Alliance research at the 2024 ORS Annual Meeting

Workshop on musculoskeletal tissue regulation, injury prevention, and regeneration for human performance

January 19, 2024

Workshop on musculoskeletal tissue regulation, injury prevention, and regeneration for human performance

Female athlete research camp: A unique research approach

January 10, 2024

Female athlete research camp: A unique research approach

Get Engaged

Join our mailing list to receive the latest information and updates on the Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance.