Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance at Oregon

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Transforming Human Health through the Science of Peak Performance
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Optimizing performance for the human race

The Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance at Oregon is fast-tracking scientific discoveries into new treatments, technologies and training protocols

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The Alliance at Oregon

The Human Performance Alliance weaves together three synergistic scientific programs to accelerate high-impact advances in human performance: scientific moonshots, innovation hubs, and agility projects. Involving collaborators from multiple disciplines and institutions around the country, these programs provide both breadth and depth in exploring and applying the fundamentals of peak performance to human health and well-being.

The UO is home to a moonshot in regenerative rehabilitation, centered in the Knight Campus, with collaborations extending out across the alliance. In addition, the Bowerman Sports Science Center at the UO’s Hayward Field is home to an innovation hub.

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Alliance Members

Robert Guldberg
The alliance represents a first-of-its-kind scientific collaboration aiming to transform human health on a global scale through the discovery and translation of the principles underlying athletic performance. This vital work does not just benefit elite athletes. It will help developing athletes, aging athletes—really anyone with a body who wants to function at their peak, which is all of us.
Robert Guldberg, professor, vice president and Robert and Leona DeArmond executive director of the Knight Campus and leader of Alliance at Oregon


The Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance at Oregon is featured in an Around the O story on the University of Oregon's partnership with nine other universities around the world to establish the Global Sport University Network.
The Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance at Oregon presented its Undergraduate Fellowship Symposium on Sept. 18 in the Beetham Family Seminar Room at the Knight Campus.
New research through the Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance tackles the problem of ACL tears disproportionately affecting female athletes in soccer

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