Safar Center Associate Director Dr. Anthony E. Kline awarded a competitive renewal R01 from the NIH/NINDS to continue studies of environmental enrichment after traumatic brain injury
The 18th Safar Symposium on May 19th and 20th held virtually for the first time, was a record-breaking event with over 360 registrants. In addition, attendees from 20 countries participated.
Safar Center Associate Director Dr. Raj Aneja awarded an R21 grant from NIH to study the SUR1 pathway in sepsis
Dr. Raj Aneja will lead a team of investigators to determine if sepsis-mediated toll-like receptor-4 (TLR4) activation upregulates the Sur1-Trpm4 channel leading to sepsis-induced brain edema and axonal swelling.
Three projects were selected including studies by two young investigators.
Awards and honors for Safar Center trainees and faculty at the 2021 Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) Congress
Congratulations to both Ben Zusman and Ericka Fink for these outstanding accomplishments!