Welcome to the Voss Laboratory

The Voss laboratory studies the function and molecular mechanisms of mammalian skeletal muscle. We have both graduate and undergraduate students working on various research projects that examine the regulation of skeletal muscle and the dysfunction of skeletal muscle in Huntington's disease. The students in this laboratory are advancing towards careers in research (often biomedical) or health professions.

Browse our website for more details on us and our research.

For more information on Andrew Voss' research and teaching click here.

Lab Research Oportunities

  • We always want to hear from undergraduate and graduate students interested in the lab. Contact us if you are motivated and want to learn more about studying skeletal muscle function.

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Lab location: Building 8 Room: 28 Phone: (909) 869-2463