Welcome to Scott VanEpps, MD, PhD, FACEP, the newest MCIRCC Associate Director! As an Associate Director, he will provide feedback and guidance to ensure that MCIRCC achieves its strategic goals, and will help facilitate multidisciplinary collaborations between members.
Gift from the Joyce and Don Massey Family Foundation supports coordinated emergency-critical care, a research competition, and traumatic brain injury education.
Tokcan's award will fund her research of "A novel tensor similarity score for the classifications of cardiac index."
Get to know an MCIRCC Associate Director, Albert B. Prescott Professor Kathleen Stringer, PharmD.
Kayvan Najarian, PhD was interviewed by Medium for a series examining the lives and journeys of prominent Iranian-Americans who have made seminal contributions to their fields of endeavour that have led to significant achievements.
Heming Yao was recently awarded the 2018 Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award from the Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies. Yao was nominated by Kayvan Najarian, PhD, her mentor from the Department of Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics.
The award recognizes participation and leadership in efforts that extend beyond the laboratory, broadening the impact of either research or scientific education.
Researchpalooza, an annual Michigan Medicine Ice Cream Social on August 8th that is organized by the Medical School Office of Research, is a fun opportunity for 91 exhibiting organizations of the Medical School to display what makes them an integral part of the Michigan Medicine machine.
This year, members of our MCIRCC Catalyst Team brought their A-game, earning the event’s Most Spirited Award!
Welcome to Meagan Ramsey, Proposal Development Unit Director! She is striving to assist everyone she can in submitting a competitive proposal, including finding funding opportunities and strategic positioning. She also will help provide significant assistance with proposal planning and development (e.g., creating writing and submission timelines, requirements checklists, and writing templates; drafting supporting documents; coordinating with your research administrator; providing writing, editing, and graphics expertise).
In 2018, do hospital leaders even know how Code Blue teams should be optimally designed and deployed to tackle in-hospital cardiac arrests? MCIRCC member Brahmajee Nallamothu recently led a research team to assess response to cardiac arrest at nine hospitals.
When University of Michigan researchers started getting spontaneous hugs from nurses while testing their system that monitors the autonomic nervous system of hospital patients and predicts problems, they knew they were on to something.
Congratulations to the six traumatic brain injury (TBI) teams whose projects have been funded this year thanks to the continued generosity of the Joyce and Don Massey Family Foundation!
Dan is a part of MCIRCC’s newest team of data scientists. He focuses on implementing big data processing pipelines and designing machine learning models.
Pneumonia has been around for centuries and remains a major cause of morbidity, mortality, and healthcare expense today.
The most commonly used method for identifying respiratory pathogens in pneumonia - bacterial culture - was first developed in the 1880s. Though there have been many breakthroughs in our treatment of pneumonia - such as antibiotics and mechanical ventilation - our clinical identification of respiratory pathogens still relies on the time-consuming culture-based techniques.
The MCIRCC Marketing team has grown! Raysha joined the team earlier this month and specializes in creative storytelling, design, and thoughtful audience engagement.
The Board of Regents at its May 17 meeting approved recommendations for new appointments and promotions for regular associate and full professor ranks, with tenure and/or promotion of faculty on the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses.
This month MCIRCC welcomes Chris Gillies to the data science team. Chris is an expert in working with researchers to develop web applications and tools to suit each project.
Rooted in research, a Michigan Medicine clinic aims to help intensive care unit patients receive proper follow-up care and prevent readmissions.
After close observation and treatment in an intensive care unit, patients who have fought through their critical illness are sent home to continue recovery.
But then what?
This month, we hear from a member of Kayvan Najarian's lab, Mohsen! He joined the team earlier this year and is an expert in all things mathematics and models.
Hakam Tiba, MD, and Justin Jones have been charged with the duty of mitigating the regulatory burden of animal research at U-M. Tiba serves as chair of the committee.
No matter your proposal size, scope, or budget amount, a kick-off meeting is designed to set the stage for the proposal team to pursue an opportunity. It brings together anybody and everybody involved in this one proposal to get on the same page.