Constantine Nicolozakes

Constantine Nicolozakes

MD/PhD Candidate

About Me

Constantine is enrolled in the Medical Scientist Training Program within the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University. Constantine is working on his PhD in Biomedical Engineering. His primary research interests are in the physiological and pathological stability of the shoulder joint. Constantine plans to merge his research interests in the future with his clinical interests in rehabilitation and sports medicine.


Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

355 East Erie

Chicago, IL 60611

Education & Training



    2015 - Present
    Northwestern University - Medical Scientist Training Program
    2011 - 2015
    Ohio State University - B.S. Biomedical Engineering

Recent Publications

Influence of Body Composition on Functional Movement Screen™ Scores in College Football Players.
Nicolozakes CP, Schneider DK, Roewer BD, Borchers JR, Hewett TE
Journal of sport rehabilitation
doi: 10.1123/jsr.2015-0080
Experimentally quantifying the feasible torque space of the human shoulder.
Baillargeon EM, Ludvig D, Sohn MH, Nicolozakes CP, Seitz AL, Perreault EJ
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology : official journal of the International Society of Electrophysiological Kinesiology
doi: 10.1016/j.jelekin.2019.05.014

Neuromuscular Control Lab

Our lab is focused on the mechanisms underlying the multijoint control of movement and posture in able-bodied individuals and in individuals with neuromotor pathologies. Specifically, we are interested in understanding the relative contributions of intrinsic muscle properties, limb geometry and neural activation in the control of whole limb function.

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