Advancing patient safety by training clinicians to use existing devices, procedures, and drugs better via simulation and re-designing devices, procedures, and drug delivery.
Our goal is to discover new mechanisms that limit neuronal dysfunction associated with stroke, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer disease, aging, and other neurological disorders.
Our long-term goal is to develop translational strategies to study and mitigate long-term adverse effects of general anesthesia in humans.
Our work centers on the application of machine learning to forecast severe, acute postoperative pain.
The North American Malignant Hyperthermia Registry, focused on improving MH treatment and outcomes.
We are a clinical, training, and research program designed to address the needs of older adults at-risk for poor postoperative outcomes.
Our mission is to advance the science of patient blood management through research, education, collaboration, and advocacy.
The science of clinical translation, study design, measurement, data analysis, and communication in medical research.
Investigating the interactive influences of biological, psychosocial, cognitive, and behavioral factors associated with chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions.
The Advanced Blast Simulator (ABS), can generate a simple free-field Friedlander wave that mimics what occurs when an improvised explosive device (IED) detonates in an open field.
The primary focus of the Bose Laboratory is to understand the molecular neurobiology of motor, sensory (pain) and cognitive plasticity following CNS injury, and how therapies translate into changes in improved neurological function.