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Low-Intensity Vibration as Therapy

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Published on Apr 9, 2013

Stony Brook University Biomedical Engineering graduate student Danielle Green is an example of the University's excellence in tech transfer. Green works in Professor Clinton Rubin's Biomedical Engineering lab studying the effects of low-level stimulation on bone marrow stem cell rejuvenation in patients with poor bone quality due to chemotherapy and other causes. Rubin and Green are also collaborating with Marodyne Medical to bring Low Intensity Vibration to the clinic for non-drug therapies and injury.

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