Sunita Mathur, PhD
Dr. Mathur's research is aimed at improving the health of skeletal muscle in people suffering from profound muscle atrophy and weakness in order to help them regain function and independence so they can return to participating in the activities they enjoy. She uses a combination of non-invasive techniques to examine muscle structure and function including muscle force measurements, exercise testing, bioelectrical impedance analysis, magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy (MRI/MRS), muscle ultrasound and computed tomography (CT).

Research is conducted across multiple patient populations including people with advanced lung disease, chronic kidney disease, solid organ transplantation and critical illness.
Abdom Radiol (NY). 2019 Nov 22;:
Mathur S, O'Malley ME, Ghai S, Jhaveri K, Sreeharsha B, Margolis M, Zhong L, Maan H, Toi A
Physiother Theory Pract. 2019 Oct 18;:1-9
Wickerson L, Brooks D, Granton J, Reid WD, Rozenberg D, Singer LG, Mathur S
Radiographics. 2019 Oct;39(6):1595-1597
Mathur S, Nicolaou S
J Spinal Cord Med. 2019 Oct;42(sup1):186-195
Gabison S, Mathur S, Nussbaum EL, Popovic MR, Verrier MC
Transplantation. 2019 Sep;103(9):e220-e238
Janaudis-Ferreira T, Mathur S, Deliva R, Howes N, Patterson C, Räkel A, So S, Wickerson L, White M, Avitzur Y, Johnston O, Heywood N, Singh S, Holdsworth S
Clin Neuroradiol. 2019 Aug 08;:
Klostranec JM, Brinjikji W, Mathur S, Orru E, Andrade DM, Krings T
J Cardiovasc Magn Reson. 2019 Aug 01;21(1):45
Mathur S, Dreisbach JG, Karur GR, Iwanochko RM, Morel CF, Wasim S, Nguyen ET, Wintersperger BJ, Hanneman K


Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto
Full Member, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto
Associate Member, Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto
Graduate Faculty Member, Toronto Musculoskeletal Centre, University of Toronto
Scientist, Respiratory Research, West Park Healthcare Centre