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Lynn H. Harrison, Jr.
James B. Heneghan, Ph.D.
Edward A. Levine
Aizen J. Marrogi
Louis A. Martin
Dr. Frank Schmidt
Eugene A. Woltering


Lynn H. Harrison, Jr.

A liaison with the Department of Physiology, specifically Dr. McDonough, who is interested in looking at the effects of sepsis on myocardial function. I, in turn, am interested in elucidating further the mechanisms of the protamine reaction following systemic heparin administration.

 

James B. Heneghan, Ph.D.

1)Growth of human tumors xenografted into nude (immuno-deficient) animals
2) Digital image analysis to quantitate microscopic and macro images
3) Environmental toxicology - Lead bioavailability - Quantitative feeding studies
4) Gastrointestinal surgical research projects with germfree animals

 

Edward A. Levine

1) Use of erythropoietin in surgery
2) Evaluation of surgical treatment of solid tumors
3) Relationship of iron to rates of tumor growth
4) Clinical oncologic research projects
5) Tumor Markers in melanoma

 

Aizen J. Marrogi

1) Biology of the tumor suppressor gene p 53 (TP53)
2) Role of p53 in cancer with emphasis on Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Cutaneous T-cell lumphoma and Melanoma
3) Cancer Gene Therapy
4) Clinical Research related to Skin Diseases including skin cancer

 

Louis A. Martin

1) Surgical procedures in the treatment of morbid obesity
2) Physiology of morbid obesity

 

Dr. Frank Schmidt

1) Study the Predictive Efficacy of Sentinel Node Identification in the Mediastinum of Patients with Lung Cancer Using Lympozurin Blue and T99
2) Study the Mechanisms of and Results of Lung Volume Reduction Surgery in Patients with Pulmonary Emphysema and Hyperinflation

 

Eugene A. Woltering

1) Somatostatin analogue physiology.
2) Relationship of angiogenesis to tumor growth.
3) Clinical application of somatostatin-like polypeptides.