AMS research programs

  • Sports
    Sports Sufficient physical activity through sports participation is paramount to reduce the burden of non-communicable diseases and to maintain economic viability, and public health.
  • Musculoskeletal Health
    Musculoskeletal Health Musculoskeletal conditions affect people across the life-course in all regions of the world, 20% to 33% of all people live with a painful musculoskeletal condition.
  • Tissue Function & Regeneration
    Tissue Function & Regeneration The increased life expectancy in western society results in a larger part of the population suffering from chronic diseases concomitant with reduced physical activity.
  • Ageing & Vitality
    Ageing & Vitality The Ageing and Vitality research program aims to understand the effects of ageing on mobility, and to facilitate vitality and health preservation.
  • Rehabilitation & Development
    Rehabilitation & Development This program includes all translational research addressing the mobility and physical performance of disorders affecting the locomotor functions and brain, for both children and adults.