Research Interests: Medical education research – particularly around curriculum development and simulation, as well as exploring novel ways to deliver content.
Research Interests: Interventional Pulmonology, Pleural Disease and Management, Medical Simulation
Research Interests: Clinical Epidemiology and Outcomes Research in Critical Illness and Pulmonary Diseases, Simulation-Based Training and Medical Education
Research Interests: The clinical and physiologic factors that contribute to post-ICU syndrome and its severity, particularly in COVID-19.
Research Interests: My current interests involve the role of inflammation in SARS-CoV-2 and how this inflammation plays a role in not just acute respiratory failure but the potential role it may play in chronic respiratory failure and chronic lung disease. Other research interests involve the interplay of sepsis and acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Research Interests: Broadly interested in translational and outcome research in pulmonary/critical care and infectious diseases overlap. Current project in inflammaging during viral and bacterial infections.
Research Interests: My research focuses on both clinical and translational lung cancer research. In collaboration with the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, my translational work involves the development of novel immunotherapy targets in lung cancer, particularly, investigating ART1, a mono-ADP ribosyltransferase that is over-expressed in non-small cell lung cancer and facilitates tumorigenesis through immune-mediated mechanisms. I also have an interest in big database outcomes research, including the investigation of patient outcomes in screening, early diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer.
Research Interests: Obstetric Critical Care; Post-ICU Syndrome; Medical Education and Simulation
Research Interests: Mitochondrial Role in Innate Immune Response to Viral Infection.
Research Interests: My overall research is aimed at understanding how inflammatory changes throughout the body impact the central nervous system, with a specific interest in deciphering the mechanisms that underlie critical illness-associated cognitive dysfunction. To this end I am studying how 1) animal models of sepsis, and 2) perturbations of the gut-brain axis, alter neural circuits, synapses, and ultimately behavior and cognition.
Mentors: David Artis, Ph.D., Conor Liston, M.D., Ph.D., Augustine MK Choi, M.D., Francis Lee, M.D., Ph.D., Virgina Pascual, M.D.