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Applications:
Biological Sciences, Engineering, Healthcare Research, Informatics
Methodologies:
Data Mining, Data Visualization, Databases and Data management, Statistics
Relevant Projects:

DoD, NIH, AFAR, 3M, DARPA


Carlos Aguilar

Associate Professor

Biomedical Engineering

Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering

The Aguilar group is focused understanding transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms of skeletal muscle stem cells in diverse contexts such as regeneration after injury and aging. We focus on this area because there are little to no therapies for skeletal muscle after injury or aging. We use various types of in-vivo and in-vitro models in combination with genomic assays and high-throughput sequencing to study these molecular mechanisms.


Accomplishments and Awards