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.

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Clin Transplant. 2017 Feb 10;:
Gustaw T, Schoo E, Barbalinardo C, Rodrigues N, Zameni Y, Motta VN, Mathur S, Janaudis-Ferreira T
World J Transplant. 2016 Dec 24;6(4):774-789
Janaudis-Ferreira T, Mathur S, Konidis S, Tansey CM, Beaurepaire C
Physiother Can. 2016;68(3):282-289
Janaudis-Ferreira T, Araujo T, Romano JM, Camp PG, Hall M, Mathur S, Brooks D
AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2016 Nov 24;
Mathur S, Symons SP, Huynh TJ, Muthusami P, Montanera W, Bharatha A
AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2016 Nov 3;
Mathur S, Symons SP, Huynh TJ, Marotta TR, Aviv RI, Bharatha A
World J Transplant. 2016 Sep 24;6(3):517-31
Wickerson L, Rozenberg D, Janaudis-Ferreira T, Deliva R, Lo V, Beauchamp G, Helm D, Gottesman C, Mendes P, Vieira L, Herridge M, Singer LG, Mathur S
Can Respir J. 2015 Sep-Oct;22(5):275-81
Nonoyama ML, Mathur S, Herbert R, Jenkins H, Lobchuk M, McEvoy M
Sci Rep. 2016;6:29334
Walsh CJ, Batt J, Herridge MS, Mathur S, Bader GD, Hu P, Dos Santos CC


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