4/29/2024:  Paper alert

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the productivity and career prospects of musculoskeletal researchers. Link 

12/15/2023:  Preprint alert

Disease progression and clinical outcomes in latent osteoarthritis phenotypes: Data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative. Link 

12/14/2023:  Lab awarded grant from Chicago Chronic Conditions Equity Network (C3EN) to study musculoskeletal health in Chicago.

We will partner with Pastor Mike Neal from the Timothy Community Center to form a community-based research team on musculoskeletal health and pain.

12/12/2023:  John awarded 2024 JOR Spine Early Career Award!

12/04/2023:  Continuing an incredible run... Mary Bucklin awarded ORS/Stryker Women's Fellowship!!

This award will fund Mary's research and her advocacy efforts for women with disabilities in research.

11/20/2023: Mary Bucklin awarded TL1 postdoctoral fellowship by the Chicago Institute for Translational Medicine!

LFG Mary!!!! 

10/05/2023: Mary Bucklin awarded best poster at the Rush Mentoring Program 9th Annual Symposium!

"Evaluation of Socioeconomic Status and Spine Health through a Deep Learning Based Image Analysis: Data from the UK Biobank"

09/05/2023: Welcome to Mattia Perrone!

Mattia joins the lab as a Research Scientist focusing on computer vision applications for spine imaging.

07/27/2023: John talks back pain with Nurse Jazmine from the Alive Faith Network!

07/18/2023: Mary Bucklin quoted in Rush article on workplace inclusion.

06/26/2023: Welcome to Ashrith Alavilli!

Ash joins us from Walter Payton College Prep to learn about the spine and machine learning.

06/19/2023: Welcome to Nick Kaufman!

Nick joins us from Pomona College for a summer research experience through the REACH program.

05/28/2023: Mary Bucklin selected for leadership position in USASP

Mary was chosen for the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access Committee for the US Association for the Study of Pain. Congrats Mary!

02/14/2023: Paper alert

Socioeconomic status, mental health, and nutrition are the principal traits for low back pain phenotyping: Data from the osteoarthritis initiative. JOR Spine. link