Appendix G
Future Bone and Muscle Physiology Experiments for the ISS

Project Title

Principal Investigator

Institute

Renal Stone Risk During Space Flight: Assessment and Countermeasure Validation (96-01-057 DSO 633)

P. Whitson

NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC)

Promoting Sensorimotor Response: Generalizability During Inflight Treadmill Exercise: A Countermeasure to Mitigate Locomotion Dysfunction After Long-Duration Space Flight (98-02-120)

J.J. Bloomberg

NASA JSC

Foot Reaction Forces During Spaceflight (96-04-318)

P.R. Cavanaugh

Pennsylvania State University

Effect of Prolonged Spaceflight on Human Skeletal Muscle (96-04-400)

R.H. Fitts

Marquette University

Effect of Altered Gravity on Spinal Cord Excitability (96-04-082)

D.G.D. Watt

McGill University

Subregional Assessment of Bone Loss in the Axial Skeleton in Long-Term Space Flight (98-04-343)

T.F. Lang

University of California at San Francisco

 

SOURCE: Uri (2002); NASA (2001a,c).



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Factors Affecting the Utilization of the International Space Station for Research in the Biological and Physical Sciences Appendix G Future Bone and Muscle Physiology Experiments for the ISS Project Title Principal Investigator Institute Renal Stone Risk During Space Flight: Assessment and Countermeasure Validation (96-01-057 DSO 633) P. Whitson NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) Promoting Sensorimotor Response: Generalizability During Inflight Treadmill Exercise: A Countermeasure to Mitigate Locomotion Dysfunction After Long-Duration Space Flight (98-02-120) J.J. Bloomberg NASA JSC Foot Reaction Forces During Spaceflight (96-04-318) P.R. Cavanaugh Pennsylvania State University Effect of Prolonged Spaceflight on Human Skeletal Muscle (96-04-400) R.H. Fitts Marquette University Effect of Altered Gravity on Spinal Cord Excitability (96-04-082) D.G.D. Watt McGill University Subregional Assessment of Bone Loss in the Axial Skeleton in Long-Term Space Flight (98-04-343) T.F. Lang University of California at San Francisco   SOURCE: Uri (2002); NASA (2001a,c).