In this video, Dr. Laszlo Nagy discusses his research on muscle injuries. Dr. Nagy has studied skeletal muscles in mice and discovered how they are able to recover from injury through a process known as "regenerative inflammation." This video covers his findings and how they may contribute to the development of more effective treatments for muscle injuries in humans.

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Laszlo Nagy, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine and Biological Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Dr. Nagy's research focuses on identifying and understanding how cells' identities develop and how their differentiation contributes to human diseases. He seeks to understand how the extra- and intracellular lipid environment contributes to cellular development and differentiation and what impact it has on components of the immune system, and particularly on macrophages.