Contact: William D. Grant, EdD
Professor, Emergency Medicine
Contact: Susan Wojcik, PhD, ATC
Research Assistant, Professor
The Research group provides a wide range of support services to residents, fellows, faculty, and medical students from both Emergency Medicine and other departments in the development, design, implementation and reporting of research investigations. Assistance with IRB applications, grant funding, data base and instrument design, statistical analysis, final report writing including support for publication and presentation is also provided. We can also provide guidance in industry and governmental consulting. Please contact us with any questions.
Marvin Heyboer III, MD, FACEP, FACCWS, UHM
Hyperbaric Medicine and
Wound Care Center
Vasculogenic Stem Cell Mobilization from Bone Marrow in Patients with Late Effect Radiation Injury Undergoing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy: 2 ATA vs 2.5 ATA
Hyperoxic stimulation of Autologous Vasculogenic Stem Cell Mobilization (or stem/progenitor cells) from a patient’s bone marrow has been shown to play a pivotal role in resulting angiogenesis and wound healing. This study aims to quantitatively measure these vasculogenic stem cells released from the patient’s own bone marrow into the blood at 2 ATA versus 2.5 ATA in order to determine if there is any measurable benefit in hyperbaric oxygen treatment at 2.5 ATA over 2 ATA.