#103 Rangos Health Science Bldg.
600 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh PA, 15228
McGowan Institute of Regenerative Medicine, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Matthew C. Kostek, PhD, FACSM
Associate Professor, Physical Therapy
Duquesne University School of Health Sciences
The Kostek lab research covers two main themes: (1) The physiology and molecular genetics of skeletal muscle relating to disease, aging, or injury and the rehabilitation from muscle tissue loss or loss of muscle function. We work in human, animal, and cell culture models of muscle. (2) Conditions related to muscle pain such as low back pain the rehabilitation or treatment of this pain.
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In-vivo, in-situ, and ex-vivo muscle physiology and function testing in mice. Standardized procedures, protocols, and equipment for histology and molecular biology of human, mouse, or other animal skeletal muscle. Frozen and formaldehyde fixed samples of human, mouse, rat, horse, and other vertebrate skeletal muscle.
muscle, muscular dystrophy, exercise physiology
Lab website: https://www.duq.edu/academics/faculty/matthew-kostek
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