People Behind Our Research: Sasha Rabchevsky

Sasha Alexander G. Rabchhevsky Ph.D. University of Kentucky

Sasha Alexander G. Rabchhevsky Ph.D.
University of Kentucky

Sasha Rabchevsky, a professor of physiology in the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and a member of the Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Research Center, has a personal connection to his research stemming from a motorcycle accident when he was 19 years old. Rabchevsky’s research delves into stabilizing mitochondria to prevent secondary cell death after an injury, as well as autonomic dysfunction, a condition where blood pressure rises in response to painful stimuli below the level of injury.

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