Congratulations to our team for their efforts this month! Navigate below to read our publications from the month of June.
Jun Cai, MD, PhD, was awarded the 2020 Science and Innovation Center Abstract Award by the American Thoracic Society for his abstract entitled: “Myeloid-Derived Suppressor Cells Ameliorate Lung Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury Via Regulation of IL-17 and IL-10.” This award was bestowed during the Assembly for Allergy, Immunology and Inflammation (AII) by…
Congratulations to our team for their efforts this month! Navigate below to read our publications from the month of May.
Ali Zarrinpar, M.D., Ph.D., Narendra Battula, M.D., and Hannah Burris, a first-year medical student, were awarded research grants from the American Society of Transplant Surgeons (ASTS) during the 2020 annual meeting. Dr. Zarrinpar, an associate professor in the Division of Transplantation, received the 2020 ASTS-Natera Research Grant in support…
Using the new test, caregivers may be able to predict if a patient is at risk for a dysfunctional inflammatory response and at a high risk of multi-organ failure.
Surgeons are responsible for making complex, high-stakes decisions under time constraints and uncertainty. But what if there was a way to outsource some of the cognitive load and phone a friend — or a computer?
Congratulations to our team for their efforts this month! Navigate below to read our publications from the month of April.
UF Department of Surgery researchers discuss lessons learned from treating sepsis and their implications for COVID-19.
“I’m lucky to have had really great mentors who really championed me, and I’d like to do the same,” Johnson-Mann said.
April 19, 2019 marked the 15th Annual UF Department of Surgery Research Day! This day is held as an annual celebration of scientific advancements and achievements by UF Health surgeons, scientists and residents. Congratulations to the following researchers who demonstrated outstanding accomplishments in their studies: …