To cure dystonia in people with cerebral palsy.


To inspire, empower and collaborate with scientists, clinicians and the community to conduct multidisciplinary translational research on dystonia in cerebral palsy.

About the lab

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The Aravamuthan lab’s translational research spans animal and patient-based studies to better diagnose, predict and understand the causes of dystonia following neonatal brain injury. Learn more about the people in the lab.

We aim to create an empowering and inclusive lab environment. We are particularly interested in recruiting and supporting people from backgrounds underrepresented in STEM. If you feel aligned with our vision and mission and would like to be a part of our lab, please contact us!