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Trump urges all Americans to get COVID vaccine: 'It's a safe vaccine' and it 'works'
FOX ^ | 3/16/2021 | Yael Halan

Posted on 07/19/2021 8:02:00 AM PDT by SaxxonWoods

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To: MayflowerMadam

” think his intentions were bad.”

I don’t, either. I know he loves this country and wants what is best, he just doesn’t always know what that should be.


121 posted on 07/19/2021 10:27:48 AM PDT by CodeToad (Arm up! They Have!)
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To: Maudeen

“Makes you wonder just how many of these proponents of the vaccine have been jabbed with a ‘real’ injection.”

I’m thinking not many. Placebos for them.

The evolution of this “vaccine” abomination is to force US to get the shot — in our own best interest because they CARE so much for our well-being.

When was the last time the RATs gave a crap about OUR well-being? Their goal is to annihilate us.


122 posted on 07/19/2021 10:29:04 AM PDT by MayflowerMadam (While the foundations are being destroyed, what are the righteous doing?)
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To: Captain Peter Blood

“Trump and now Biden own it.”

And it’s a win-win for Biden. If it turns out to be a disaster (it’s moving in that direction), it’ll be Trump’s fault. If it is successful (which it won’t), it’ll be to Biden’s glory.


123 posted on 07/19/2021 10:32:04 AM PDT by MayflowerMadam (While the foundations are being destroyed, what are the righteous doing?)
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To: CodeToad; DugwayDuke

“why are you (DugwayDuke) so personally invested in trying to convince people to take the killer jab??”

I think there are a few here who have staff meetings with Fauci every afternoon. That’s where they get their talking points and marching orders for the following day. But it’s ineffective.

Of FReepers who have weighed in and have definite opinions, there are only 38 who are pro-shot, and way over 200 who are against it. The 38 has remained constant for the last couple of months; the anti-vaxer number continues to increase. (I’ve been keeping a spreadsheet because it’s so interesting.)


124 posted on 07/19/2021 10:40:34 AM PDT by MayflowerMadam (While the foundations are being destroyed, what are the righteous doing?)
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To: mewzilla

“For some folks, especially the elderly, the vaccines could be a Godsend.”

That made me laugh. My mom had an appointment with a cardiologist last week. She’s 97. Doc asked her how she managed to stay so healthy for so long. She’s spunky and said, “For one thing I don’t do most of the things the government tells me to.” He knew exactly what she was talking about since she (once again) refused the vaccine.


125 posted on 07/19/2021 10:43:52 AM PDT by MayflowerMadam (While the foundations are being destroyed, what are the righteous doing?)
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To: DugwayDuke

“The top medical experts in the world are endorsing these vaccines.”

Except for the top medical experts in the world who aren’t.


126 posted on 07/19/2021 10:53:34 AM PDT by MayflowerMadam (While the foundations are being destroyed, what are the righteous doing?)
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To: DugwayDuke

” the vaccines will be fully approved by the end of the year”

And the Emperor’s new clothes were gorgeous. Just decreeing the shots as safe, doesn’t mean they’re safe. The minimum length of time for ACTUAL testing has a long way to go.


127 posted on 07/19/2021 11:05:39 AM PDT by MayflowerMadam (While the foundations are being destroyed, what are the righteous doing?)
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To: MayflowerMadam

Count me as an anti-johovaxer..


128 posted on 07/19/2021 11:14:21 AM PDT by Bikkuri (If you're conservative, you're an "extremist." If you're liberal, you're an "activist.")
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To: mewzilla

“For some folks, especially the elderly, the vaccines could be a Godsend.”

ABSOLUTLY! Injecting a “bioweapon” in their arm is just what they need.


129 posted on 07/19/2021 11:14:44 AM PDT by Captain7seas (Don't resist, after all you will get a free shower.)
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To: ClearCase_guy

I totally agree. Trump’s heart is in the right place. Moreover, while he is encouraging vaccination, he never called for a mandate.


130 posted on 07/19/2021 11:26:04 AM PDT by Sons of Union Vets (Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory!)
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To: DugwayDuke

I suppose Dr. McCullough is not creditable either?

https://luis46pr.wordpress.com/2021/06/21/dr-peter-mccullough-covid-vaccines-have-already-killed-50000-americans-accor


131 posted on 07/19/2021 12:08:03 PM PDT by Captain7seas (Don't resist, after all you will get a free shower.)
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To: MayflowerMadam

This whole thing began in 2005 and the so called vaccine was created before COVID made the scene.


132 posted on 07/19/2021 12:16:21 PM PDT by Maudeen (https://thereishopeinJesus.com/)
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To: Captain7seas

Captain7seas wrote: “I suppose Dr. McCullough is not creditable either?”

If he believes the vaccines have killed over 50,000 then he isn’t credible.


133 posted on 07/19/2021 12:19:22 PM PDT by DugwayDuke (Most pick the expert who says the things they agree with.)
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To: MayflowerMadam

MayflowerMadam wrote: “(I’ve been keeping a spreadsheet because it’s so interesting.)”

So you’ve been stalking pro-vaxxers? Now, that is interesting.


134 posted on 07/19/2021 12:21:58 PM PDT by DugwayDuke (Most pick the expert who says the things they agree with.)
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To: SaxxonWoods
The date of this is from March, and he has NEVER said people should be forced to take the vaccine.

He is also the one who told everyone about Hydroxychloroquine, when CCP virus first broke out, before vax was available.

(And sadly, because "medical professionals", pharmacists, and politicians, denied people access to it, many died, who might have survived, had this drug been allowed.)

IMO He was doing the best he could to deal with a horrible situation- A physical, economical, and psychological, (thanks in large part to the propaganda media), attack on the whole world.

Vaccines would seem to have been a good way to deal with all the damage that had been done.

The issue is not with President Trump.

The problem is because "medical professionals" refuse to acknowledge that anything has gone wrong, and remain silent, when they know people are being deceived i.e:

Why were the cycles changed to obtain more positives using PCR tests?

Why is the 99+% survival rate for the otherwise healthy, young and children never mentioned?

(Was taking 1 1/2 years away from EVERYONE'S lives, and the horrendous destruction it caused, REALLY necessary?)

Why were Covid positive patients seemingly, deliberately, placed in nursing homes with the elderly, who were most likely to contract and be harmed by it?

Why no hydroxychloroquine allowed at first, but now it's ok?

Why the refusal to acknowledge serious vaccine reactions?

Why were they listing all deaths as from CCP virus, even if from say, motorcycle accidents?

Why the unprecedented, bizarre, bullying to get people to take the shots?

Why the outright lying about masks (They do nothing for CCP virus and are potentially harmful)?..

Anyway, IMO President Trump tried to do what he could to help the country recover from the attack.

Not sure if that's what certain medical people have been doing.

135 posted on 07/19/2021 12:31:19 PM PDT by Pajamajan ( PRAY FOR OUR NATION. I will never be a peaceful slave in a new Socialist America.)
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To: DugwayDuke

“So you’ve been stalking pro-vaxxers?”

“Stalking”? Interesting term coming from a pro-vax stalker.


136 posted on 07/19/2021 12:32:48 PM PDT by MayflowerMadam (While the foundations are being destroyed, what are the righteous doing?)
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To: JewishRighter
Waiting for people to start savagely criticizing President Trump for backing the vaccine(s)…

I do blame Trump for not calling upon pandemicists to aid him rather than these leftist virologists with questionable alliances.

Let’s see … (1) the vaccines have questionable effectiveness based on reports of vaccinated people contracting the virus. And … <> (2) thousands of heart rending accounts of adverse vaccine events ranging from death to paralysis and incompacitation.

I am most troubled by the hundreds of adverse oto-neurological events including unilateral/bilateral deafness, tinntius, hyperacusis, Menieres Disease, as well as autoimmune disorders resulting in the destruction of the middle ear cilia as is true with many ototoxic drugs. I cannot express the profound tragedy of these afflictions. These people will never be the same. Tragic when one considers that proved anti-viral therapeutics are available with virtually non-existence side effects and demonstrated effectiveness in battling the infection.

137 posted on 07/19/2021 1:11:32 PM PDT by nonsporting (And if ye be Christ’s, then are ye Abraham’s seed … Galatians 3:29)
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To: DugwayDuke

“The top medical experts in the world are endorsing these vaccines. It is the kooks, the quacks, and the snake oil salesmen who voicing concerns.”


Here are just a few of those who you refer to as “kooks, quacks and snake oil salesmen”.

Dr. Peter McCullough: Dr. McCullough is calling out the CDC for suppressing the true number of vaccine related injuries and deaths which is estimated to be in excess of 50,000 and growing daily.

Biography: Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH

Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
Professor of Medicine
Vice Chief of Internal Medicine
Baylor University Medical Center
Dallas, TX

After receiving a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University, Dr. McCullough completed his medical degree as an Alpha Omega Alpha graduate from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. He went on to complete his internal medicine residency at the University of Washington in Seattle, cardiology fellowship including service as Chief Fellow at William Beaumont Hospital, and master’s degree in public health at the University of Michigan. Dr. McCullough is a consultant cardiologist and Vice Chief of Medicine at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, TX. He is a Principal Faculty in internal medicine for the Texas A & M University Health Sciences Center. Dr. McCullough is an internationally recognized authority on the role of chronic kidney disease as a cardiovascular risk state with > 1000 publications and > 500 citations in the National Library of Medicine. His works include the “Interface between Renal Disease and Cardiovascular Illness” in Braunwald’s Heart Disease Textbook. Dr. McCullough is a recipient of the Simon Dack Award from the American College of Cardiology and the International Vicenza Award in Critical Care Nephrology for his scholarship and research. Dr. McCullough is a founder and current president of the Cardiorenal Society of America, an organization dedicated to bringing cardiologists and nephrologists together to work on the emerging problem of cardiorenal syndromes. His works have appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association, Lancet and other top-tier journals worldwide. He is the co-editor of Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine, and associate editor of the American Journal of Cardiology and Cardiorenal Medicine. He serves on the editorial boards of multiple specialty journals. Dr. McCullough has made presentations on the advancement of medicine across the world and has been an invited lecturer at the New York Academy of Sciences, the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), European Medicines Agency, and the U.S. Congressional Oversight Panel.

Major Contributions

Senior leadership and oversight of clinical, education, and research operations at major academic medical centers in Detroit, Kansas City, and Dallas
Led observational studies and randomized trials of therapies for acute kidney injury, hypertension, acute coronary syndromes, heart failure, and cardiorenal syndromes
Chaired and participated on 15 data safety monitoring committees for large randomized trials
Advised sponsors and the FDA resulting in approval of 15 new drugs and 3 novel in vitro diagnostic tests used today around the world


Dr. Pierre Kory (One of the strongest Ivermectin advocates)

28 pages:

Dr. Pierre Kory
M.P.A., M.D.
Founding member of the FLCCC Alliance and co-author
of the MATH+ and I-MASK+ Prophylaxis and Treatment
Protocols for COVID-19

Contributions to the Field of Medicine:

Pierre Kory is the former Chief of the Critical Care Service and Medical Director of the Trauma and Life
Support Center at the University of Wisconsin. He is considered one of the world pioneers in the use of
ultrasound by physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of critically ill patients. He helped develop and
run the first national courses in Critical Care Ultrasonography in the U.S., and served as a Director of these
courses with the American College of Chest Physicians for several years. He is also the senior editor of the
most popular textbook in the field titled “Point of Care Ultrasound,” a book that is now in its 2
nd edition
and that has been translated into 7 languages worldwide. He has led over 100 courses nationally and
internationally teaching physicians this now-standard skill in his specialty.

Dr. Kory was also one of the pioneers in the United States in the research, development, and teaching of
performing therapeutic hypothermia to treat post-cardiac arrest patients. In 2005, his hospital was the
first in New York City to begin regularly treating patients with therapeutic hypothermia. He then served as
an expert panel member for New York City’s Project Hypothermia, a collaborative project between the
Fire Department of New York and Emergency Medical Services that created cooling protocols within a
network of 44 regional hospitals along with a triage and transport system that directed patients to centers
of excellence in hypothermia treatment, of which his hospital was one of the first.

Known as a Master Educator, Dr. Kory has won numerous departmental and divisional teaching awards in
every hospital he has worked and has delivered hundreds of courses and invited lectures throughout his
career.

In collaboration with Dr. Paul Marik, Dr. Kory pioneered the research and treatment of septic shock
patients with high doses of intravenous ascorbic acid. His work was the first to identify the critical
relationship between the time of initiation of therapy and survival in septic shock patients, an aspect of
the therapy that led to understanding all the failed randomized controlled trials that employed delayed
therapy.

Dr. Kory has led ICU’s in multiple COVID-19 hotspots throughout the pandemic, having led his old ICU in
New York City during their initial surge in May for 5 straight weeks, he then travelled to other COVID-19
hotspots to run COVID ICU’s in Greenville, South Carolina and Milwaukee, WI during their surges. He has
co-authored 5 influential papers on COVID-19 with the most impactful being a paper that was the first to
support the diagnosis of early COVID-19 respiratory disease as an organizing pneumonia, thus explaining
the critical response of the disease to corticosteroids.
FLCCC Alliance CV | Pierre Kory 2 / 28
www.flccc.net
Education
1988–1994 B.A. University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado Major Mathematics
1994–1996 M.P.A. New York University, New York, NY Health Policy and Administration
1998–2002 M.D. St. George’s University Grenada, West Indies
2002–2005 Residency Internal Medicine, Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, New
York, NY, St. Luke’s–Roosevelt Hospital, New York
2005–2008 Fellowship Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Albert Einstein College of
Medicine, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York
Certification and Licensure
2015 Wisconsin Medical License (exp. 10/31/2021)
2015 Illinois Medical License (exp. 11/19/2021)
2005, 2015 Internal Medicine
2008, 2019 Pulmonary Diseases
2008, 2018 Critical Care Medicine
2008 National Board Exam in Echocardiography - Pass
2009 Healthcare Simulation Training - Instructor Certification
Present Appointment/Position
December 2020 President, Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance
Past Appointments/Positions
1995–1997 Project Coordinator - Study of Incentives to Improve Medicaid Immunization
Coverage Rates, NYC Dept. of Health and Centers for Disease Control
1997–1998 Project Director - Study of Incentives to Improve Medicaid Immunization Coverage
Rates, NYC Dept. of Health and Centers for Disease Control
2008–2015 Attending Physician - MICU, Pulmonary Consultation Service, Faculty Practice Beth
Israel Medical Center, NY, NY
2008–2012 Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New
York, NY
2008–2015 Director of Simulation Training–Department of Medicine Beth Israel Medical
Center, New York
2012–2015 Program Director - Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship -
Mount Sinai Beth Israel, New York
2013–2015 Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai,
New York, NY
2016–2020 Associate Professor of Medicine, Clinical Health Scientist Track University of
Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
FLCCC Alliance CV | Pierre Kory 3 / 28
www.flccc.net
2015–2020 Critical Care Service Chief, Medical Director, Trauma and Life Support Center
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Madison, WI
May 2020 COVID-19 Emergency Critical Care Attending Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical
Center, New York, NY
8/20–10/20 Weatherby Health Care, Locums Critical Care Specialist Greenville Memorial
Hospital, Greenville, SC
10/20–12/20 Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI Intensivist, Advocate Critical
Care Service
Professional Society Memberships
2006–2012 American College of Chest Physicians
2008–2010 Medical Society of the State of New York
2008–2011 Society of Critical Care Medicine
2010–present American Thoracic Society
Honors and Awards
1999–2002 Iota Epsilon Alpha International Medical Honor Society
2003 Best Internal Medicine Resident in Primary Care Award, PGY1
2004 Best Internal Medicine Resident Award, PGY2
2007 “Feature Article” in November 2007 issue of Chest
2008 Teaching Faculty of the Year, Dept. Of Medicine, Beth Israel Med. Ctr
2008 Health Care Association of New York Quality Institute “Profiles in QI”
2008 Modern Healthcare - 16th Annual Spirit of Excellence Award Nominee
2009 Young Investigator Award Semifinalist-DVT Study - Chest 2009
2009 Young Investigator Award Semifinalist-Hypothermia - Chest 2009
2010 1
st Prize - Beth Israel Medical Center Research Fair
2013 Super Doctors - “Rising Stars” of New York City
2013 Anesthesia and Analgesia Article Featured in Journal Watch, MDLinx
2013 1
st Prize - Beth Israel Research Fair-RCT of Videolaryngoscopy
2013 Honorable Mention BI Research Fair 2013-IVC Analysis Study
2013 Young Investigator Award Semi-Finalist - Chest Annual Meeting 2013
2013 Critical Care Smart Brief, Nov. 2013 - Videolaryngoscopy Abstract
2013 Medscape Medical News Feature, Nov. 2013 - Videolaryngoscopy
2015 University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinic’s Trauma and Life Support Center Team
Member of the Month, June 2015
2015 President’s Choice Award, British Medical Association Book Awards
2015 Highly Commended in Internal Medicine, British Medical Association Book Awards
2016 Madison Magazine Dane County “Top Docs”- Critical Care
2016 James B. Skatrud Teaching Award - UW PCCM Fellowship
2016 Outstanding Off–Service Faculty Teaching Award -UW Dept. Emergency Medicine
2017 Madison Magazine Dane County “Top Docs”- Critical Care
2018 Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award, UW Department of Medicine
FLCCC Alliance CV | Pierre Kory 4 / 28
www.flccc.net
2018 Madison Magazine Dane County “Top Docs”- Critical Care
2019 Department of Medicine - Tribute from a Patient
2019 Gold Medal Award - Highest Abstract Score - 2019 Annual Meeting
2019 UW Health Physician Excellence Award Nominee
2020 Founding Member, Front-Line Critical Care Working Group, www.flccc.net
Grant Support
2018 University of Wisconsin Internal Medicine Residency Committee Education
Committee Grant - $20,000
2012 Principal Investigator - Impact of housestaff performed lung ultrasonography
using a hand-carried ultrasound device General Electric - $80,000 in
equipment support
Publications
KEY: a) Concept Development and Design
b) Mentoring
c) Data Acquisition
d) Analysis
e) Writing
*indicates five most noteworthy publications
Refereed Articles
1. Kory P, Meduri GU, Iglesias J, Varon J, Marik PE. Clinical and Scientific Rationale for the MATH+
Hospital Treatment Protocol for COVID-19. J Int Care Med, in production, 2020
2. Sadd C, Rowe T, Nazeef M, Kory P, Sultan S, Faust H. Thromboelastography to detect
Hypercoagulability and Reduced Fibrinolysis in COVID-19 ARDS Patients. Crit Care Explorations
2020;2:e0192. DOI: 10.1097/CCE.0000000000000192
3. Wiseman D, Kory P, Mazzucco D, Ramesh MS, Zervos M. Treatment and prevention of early
disease before and after exposure to COVID-19 using hydroxychloroquine: A protocol for
exploratory re-analysis of age and time-nuanced effects: Update based on initial dataset
review. medRxiv, 2020. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.08.19.20178376
4. Griffin DO, Brennan-Rieder D, Ngo B, Kory P et al. The importance of Understanding the Stages
of COVID-19 in Treatment and Trials. Under Peer Review, Annals Int Med. 2020
5. Marik PE, Kory P, Varon J. Treatment of COVID-19 is critically phase specific. Crit Care Shock
(2020) 23:10-12
6. Kory P, Kanne J. Sars-CoV-2 Organizing Pneumonia: “Has there been a widespread Failure to
diagnose this prevalent condition in COVId-19”. BMJ Open Resp Rsrch. 2020:Sept;
FLCCC Alliance CV | Pierre Kory 5 / 28
www.flccc.net
7. Marik PE, Kory P, Varon J, Iglesias J, Meduri GU. MATH+ protocol for the treatment of SARSCoV-2 infection: the scientific rationale. Published online ahead of print. Expert Review of AntiInfective Therapy - 18 Aug 2020.
8. Marik PE, Kory P, Varon J. Does Vitamin D status impact mortality from SARS-CoV2 infection?
Medicine in Drug Discovery, 2020 dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.medidd.2020.100041
9. Long M, Kory P, Marik PE. Vitamin C, Hydrocortisone, and Thiamine for Septic Shock. JAMA.
2020 Jun 2; 323(21):2203-2204
10. Marik PE, Kory P, Varon J. Does Vitamin D status impact mortality from SARS-COV-2 Infection?
Med Drug. Discov. 2020 Apr 29;6:100041 10.1016/j.medidd.2020.100041
11. Frommelt, Kory, Long. Letter On Update to the Vitamin C, Thiamine and Steroids in Sepsis
(VICTAS) protocol. Trials. March 2020
12. Kruser J, Schmidt G, Kory P. REBUTTAL: Should the use of diagnostic point of care ultrasound
in patient care require hospital privileging/credentialing? NO” Chest 2019 – in press
13. Kruser J, Schmidt G, Kory P. COUNTERPOINT: Should the use of diagnostic point of care
ultrasound in patient care require hospital privileging/credentialing? NO” Chest 2019 – in
press
14. Long MT, Frommelt M, Ries M, Osman F, Kory PD. Efficacy of intravenous hydrocortisone,
ascorbic acid and thiamine in septic shock: a retrospective cohort analysis. Critical Care and
Shock, 2020 February
15. Long MT, Kory PD, Steuerwald MT, Joffe AM, Galgon RE. VL and DL Equal for Air Medical
Intubation? The Operator Matters. Crit Care Med. 2020 Mar;48(3):e254-e255
16. Bondarsky E, Rothman A, Ramesh N, Kory P, Lee YI. “Influence of Head-of-Bed Elevation on
the Measurement of Inferior Vena Cava Diameter and Collapsibility” J Clinic Ultrasound, 2020
Feb 4. Epub ahead of print
17. Islam M, Nesheim D, Ascquah SO, Kory P, Kouroni I, Ramesh N, Erhlich, Bajpayee G, Steiger D,
Filopei J. Author’s Response to “Factors Related with Outcomes in Patients with Intracardiac
Thrombus”. J Intensive Care Med, 2019
18. Restrepo M, Banach G, Boivin M, Kory P, Sarkar P, Banauch GI, Halpern S, Mayo PH.
Effectiveness of a Transesophageal Echocardiography Course. JICM, 2019 Epub ahead of print
a) 25% b) 0% c) 25% d) 25% e) 25
19. Islam M, Nesheim D, Ascquah SO, Kory P, Kouroni I, Ramesh N, Erhlich, Bajpayee G, Steiger D,
Filopei J. Right Hearth Thrombi: Patient Outcomes by Treatment Modality and Predictors of
Mortality: A pooled Analysis. J Intensive Care Med. 2019 Nov-Dec;34(11-12):930-937
20. Wang AW, Appel HJ, Bennest SC, Forsyth LH, Glasser SK, Jarka MA, Kory PD, Malik AN, Martonffy
AI, Wahlin LK, Willaims TT, Woodin NA, LienC Miller IKT, Miller LG. Trial By Fire: Barriers To Timely
Care Of PANS/PANDAS In Children of Healthcare Providers. JAACP, Under Review.
21. Millington S, Arntfield R, Jie Guo R, Koenig S, Kory P, Noble V, Mallemat H, Schoenherr R.
Expert Agreement in the Interpretation of Lung Ultrasound Studies Performed on
Mechanically Ventilated Patients. J Ultrasound Med. 2018
22. Millington S, Arntfield R, Jie Guo R, Koenig S, Kory P, Mayo P, Schoenherr JR. The Assessment
of Competency in Thoracic Sonography (ACTS) Scale: Validation of a Tool for Point-of-care
Ultrasound, Critical Ultrasound Journal 2017 Nov 22;9(1):25
23. Millington SJ, Hewak M, Arntfield RT, Beaulieu Y, Hibbert B, Koneig S, Kory P, Mayo P,
Schoenherr JR. Outcomes from extensive training in critical care echocardiography: Identifying
the optimal number of practice studies required to achieve competency. J Crit Care. 2017
Mar;40:99-102
FLCCC Alliance CV | Pierre Kory 6 / 28
www.flccc.net
24. Mayo PH, Arntfield R, Balik M, Kory P et al. The ICM Research Agenda on Critical Care
Ultrasonography. Intensive Care Med, 2017 Mar 7
25. Kory P. Counterpoint: Should acute fluid resuscitation be guided primarily by inferior vena
cava ultrasound for patients in shock? No, CHEST (2016), doi: 10.1016/j.chest.2016.11.017.
Concept/Design- 100, Mentoring-100, Data-100, Analysis-100, Writing-100)
26. Kory P. Rebuttal From Dr Kory, CHEST (2016), doi: 10.1016/j.chest.2016.11.020.
(Concept/Design- 100, Mentoring-100, Data-100, Analysis-100, Writing-100)
27. Millington SJ, Arntfield RT, Hewak M, Hamstra SJ, Beaulieu Y, Hibbert B, Koenig S, Kory P, Mayo
P, Schoenherr JR. The Rapid Assessment of Competency in Echocardiography Scale: Validation
of a Tool for Point of Care Ultrasound. J Ultrasound Med. 2016 Jul;35(7):1457-63.
(Concept/Design -20, Mentoring-20, Data-60, Analysis-20, Writing-20)
28. Silverberg M, Li N, Acquah SO, Kory P. Reply: Comparing Performance of Video and Direct
Laryngoscopes for Urgent Endotracheal Intubation. Crit Care Med. 2015 Apr;43(3):636-41
(Concept/Design -80, Mentoring-100, Data-70, Analysis-80, Writing-80)
29. Corrigendum ‘Development of a fluid resuscitation protocol using inferior vena cava and lung
ultrasound. . Journal of Critical Care. 2016 Jun;33:267
30. Lee, C, Kory P, Arntfield R. Development of a Fluid Resuscitation Protocol Using Inferior Vena
Cava and Lung Ultrasound. Journal of Critical Care. 2016 Feb;31(1) 96-100 (Concept/Design -
40, Mentoring-40, Data-0, Analysis-80, Writing-60)
31. Lee CW, Kory PD, Arntfield RT. Corrigendum ‘Development of a fluid resuscitation protocol
using inferior vena cava and lung ultrasound’ Journal of Critical Care 31(2016) 96-100. J Crit
Care. 2016 Jun;33:267. (Concept/Design -40, Mentoring-40, Data-0, Analysis-80, Writing-60)
32. Silverberg MJ, Kory P. Reply: Airway training for critical care fellows: more than just video
laryngoscopy. Ann Am Thorac Soc. 2014 Dec;11(10):1671. (Concept/Design -100, Mentoring100, Data-0, Analysis-80, Writing-80)
33. *Silverberg M, Li N, Acquah SO, Kory P. Comparison of Video Laryngoscopy Versus Direct
Laryngoscopy During Urgent Endotracheal Intubation: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Crit Care
Med. 2015 Mar;43(3):636-41 (Concept/Design -100, Mentoring-100, Data-30, Analysis-80,
Writing-80)
34. Tofts R, Kory P, Acquah SO. A 72 year old man presenting with melena and multiple falls
becomes acutely decompensated. Chest. 2014 Oct 1;146(4):e130-3 (Concept/Design -100,
Mentoring-100, Data-30, Analysis-80, Writing-70)
35. Silberberg M, Kory P. Use of Videolaryngoscopy in Urgent Endotracheal Intubation; A Survey.
Ann Am Thorac Soc. 2014 Oct;11(8):1225-9 (Concept/Design-90, Mentoring-100, Data-30,
Analysis-80, Writing-80)
36. *Filopei J, Siedenberg H, Rattner P, Fukaya E, Kory P. Impact of Pocket Ultrasound Use by
Internal Medicine Housestaff in the Diagnosis of Dyspnea. J Hosp Med. 2014 Sep;9(9):594-7
(Concept/Design -90, Mentoring-100, Data-30, Analysis-70, Writing-70)
37. Schmidt GA, Kory P. Ultrasound-Guided Central Venous Catheter Insertion: Teaching and
Learning. Intensive Care Med. 2014 Jan;40(1):111-3 ((Concept/Design-40, Mentoring-0, Data50, Analysis-50, Writing-40)
38. Silverberg M, Kory P. Ultrasound Guided Vascular Access Insertion and Deep Venous
Thrombosis Examinations. Annals ATS. 2013 Oct;10(5):549-56 (Concept/Design -100,
Mentoring-100, Data-60, Analysis-70, Writing-80)
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39. Kory P, Guevarra, K, Mathew JP, Hegde A, Mayo PH. Impact of Videolaryngoscopy Use During
Urgent Endotracheal Intubation in the Critically Ill. Anesth Analg. 2013 Jul;117(1):144-9
(Concept/Design -100, Mentoring-100, Data-50, Analysis-80, Writing-90)
40. Glen C, Acquah SO, Kory P. Ultrasound Corner -“Beyond Belief” – Chest. 2013 Mar;143(3):e1-
4 (Concept/Design -90, Mentoring-100, Data-60, Analysis-80, Writing-80)
41. Glen C, Acquah SO, Kory P. Ultrasound Corner -“Sliding to Safety.” Chest. 2013 Feb
1;143(2):e1-3 (Concept/Design -90, Mentoring-80, Data-60, Analysis-80, Writing-80)
42. *Kory P, Fukunaga M, Mathew J, Singh B, et al. Outcomes of Mild Therapeutic Hypothermia
(MTH) After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (IHCA). Neurocrit Care 2012; 16(3):406-412
(Concept/Design -100, Mentoring-100, Data-60, Analysis-80, Writing-80)
43. Greenstein Y, Lakticova V, Kory P, Mayo PH. Adequacy of Chest Compressions Performed by
Medical Housestaff. Hospital Practice 2011; 39: 44-49 (Concept/Design -20, Mentoring-20,
Data-20, Analysis-20, Writing-10)
44. *Kory P, Pellecchia C, Shiloh AL, Mayo PH, Koenig S. Accuracy of Ultrasonography Performed
by Critical Care Physicians for the Diagnosis of Deep Venous Thrombosis. Chest 2011; 139:
538-42 (Concept/Design -80, Mentoring-50, Data-40, Analysis-70, Writing-70)
45. Kory P, Weiner J, Mathew JP, Fukunaga M, Palmero P, Singh B, Haimowitz S, Clark ET, Fischer
A, Mayo PH. A Rapid, Safe, and Low Cost Technique for the Induction of Mild Therapeutic
Hypothermia in Post-Cardiac Arrest Patients. Resuscitation 2011; 82: 15-20 (Concept/Design -
100, Mentoring-100, Data-40, Analysis-80, Writing-80)
46. Mayo PH, Hegde A, Eisen LA, Kory P, Doelken P. A Program to Improve the Quality of
Emergency Endotracheal Intubation. J Int Care Med 2011; 26(1):50-6 (Concept/Design -10,
Mentoring-0, Data-10, Analysis-10, Writing-10)
47. *Kory P, Adachi M, Ribaudo V, Eisen LA, Mayo PH. Initial Airway Management of Senior
Residents: Comparison of Simulation Training compared with Traditional Training. Chest 2007;
132:1927-1931 (Concept/Design -30, Mentoring-0, Data-50, Analysis-40, Writing-70)
48. Fairbrother G, Siegel M, Kory P, Hanson K, Butts GC. Impact of Financial Incentives on
documented immunization rates in the inner city: results of a randomized controlled trial. J
Amb Pediatrics 2001; 1:206-212 (Concept/Design -20, Mentoring-0, Data-60, Analysis-30,
Writing-0)
49. Hanson KL, Fairbrother G, Kory P, Butts GC, Friedman S. The transition from Mdicaid fee-forservice to managed care among private practitioners in New York City: effect on immunization
and screening rates. Maternal and Child Health Journal 1998; 2(1):5-14 (Concept/Design -20,
Mentoring-0, Data-60, Analysis-30, Writing-0)
50. Foley M, Kory P, Fairbrother G. Evaluation of Hope for a Million Kids Immunization Event in
New York City: Process, Outcome, and Costs. J Pub Health Mgmt Pract 4(4):97-105, 1998
(Concept/Design -20, Mentoring-0, Data-60, Analysis-30, Writing-0)
Non-Refereed Articles – N/A
USA Today Editorial – “More of Us Need to Wear N95 Masks” – July 5, 2020
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Media Interviews/Profiles, Panel Speaker, Medical Podcasts Invitations
ATS Facebook Podcast Interview – ATS Fellow Symposium, 2018
Podcast – Chest Journal Podcast Series, March 13, 2017 - Kyle Hogarth, MD and Greg
Schmidt, MD
Social Media Event – ATS Fellow Symposium, 2017
US Senate Homeland Security Committee Expert Testimony, “How Emerging Data Should
Drive Policy” – May 7, 2020
US Senate Homeland Security Committee Expert Testimony, “Early At-Home Treatment” –
December 8, 2020
David Kolbaba Radio Show – May 2020
The American Spectator, “A Report from the Front” – May 1, 2020
Sean Burke Show – COVID-19 Care, October 9, 2020, July 2020
NYT Magazine August “The Covid Drug Wars that Pitted Doctor vs. Doctor” – August 5,
2020
Lee Cowden Group – Medical Care for COVID-19 , July 2020
Medscape.com: “Doctors Say Their COVID-19 Protocol Saves Lives. Others Want Proof”
7/16/20
John Anderson Radio Show, New Zealand – August 2020
Vicki Mckenna –October 30, 2020 – “Landmark New Discovery2020, May 2020
National Public Radio Rob Ferret “Drive Time” – May 2020
Update Productions Documentary on Innovators in Medicine – Interview October 7, 2002
Jim Bohannon Radio Show
National Fox News Interview, Dec 8th, 2020
Charles Adler Radio Show, Canada
George Russell “Nashua This Morning”– 11-12-20, 10-12-20
Lars Larson Radio Show, 12-11-20
Sam Dube – Toronto Business Morning 12-16-20
Chapters in Books
1. Ramesh N, Mayo PH, Kory P. Lung and Pleural Ultrasonography. In Irwin R, Rippe M, Mayo PH
(Eds.), Ultrasound for the Management of the Critically Ill. Wolters Kluwer Health,
Philadelphia PA, 2020 (submitted). (Concept/Design -100, Mentoring-100, Data-50, Analysis60, Writing-40)
2. Arntfield R, Walsh SD, Kory P, Soni, N. Left Ventricular Function. In Soni NJ, Artnfield R, Kory P
(Eds.), Point of Care Ultrasonography 2nd ed.. Elsevier Saunders, Philadelphia, PA 2019.
(Concept/Design -20, Mentoring-10, Data-30, Analysis-30, Writing-20)
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3. Ramesh N, Kory P. Lung and Pleural Ultrasonography. In Irwin R, Rippe M, Mayo PH (Eds.),
Intensive Care Medicine, Seventh Edition. Wolters Kluwer Health, Philadelphia PA, 2016
(submitted). (Concept/Design -100, Mentoring-100, Data-50, Analysis-80, Writing-70)
4. Kory P. Utility of Ultrasonography in the Diagnosis of DVT and PE. In Irwin R, Rippe M, Mayo
PH (Eds.), Intensive Care Medicine, Seventh Edition. Wolters Kluwer Health, Philadelphia PA,
2016 (submitted). (Concept/Design -100, Mentoring-N/A, Data-100, Analysis-100, Writing1000)
5. Nair G, Kory P, Mathew J (2015). Acute Left Ventricular and Valvular Dysfunction. In
M. Jankowich, E. Gartman (Eds.), Ultrasound in the Intensive Care Unit, Respiratory Medicine,
Springer Science + Business Media, New York, NY (Concept/Design -70, Mentoring-70, Data50, Analysis-50, Writing-40)
6. Soni N, Arntfield R, Kory P (2015). The Rise of Point-of-Care Ultrasonography. In Soni NJ,
Artnfield R, Kory P (Eds.), Point of Care Ultrasonography. Elsevier Saunders, Philadelphia, PA.
(Concept/Design -20, Mentoring-10, Data-30, Analysis-30, Writing-20)
7. Lyn-Kew K, Kory P (2015). Evolution of Lung Ultrasonography. In Soni NJ, Artnfield R, Kory P
(Eds.), Point of Care Ultrasonography. Elsevier Saunders, Philadelphia, PA. (Concept/Design -
80, Mentoring-100, Data-50, Analysis-70, Writing-50)
8. Fein D, Kory P (2015). Image Acquisition – Lung Ultrasonography. In Soni NJ, Arntfield R, Kory
P (Eds.), Point of Care Ultrasonography. Elsevier Saunders, Philadelphia, PA. (Concept/Design
-80, Mentoring-100, Data-50, Analysis-70, Writing-70)
9. Arntfield R, Kory P, Soni N (2015). Assessment of Left Ventricular Function. In Soni NJ,
Arntfield R, Kory P (Eds.), Point of Care Ultrasonography. Elsevier Saunders, Philadelphia, PA.
(Concept/Design -20, Mentoring-10, Data-20, Analysis-20, Writing-10)
10. Lee P, Kory P (2015). Image Interpretation – Lung Ultrasonography. In Soni NJ, Arntfield R,
Kory P (Eds.), Point of Care Ultrasonography. Elsevier Saunders, Philadelphia, PA.
(Concept/Design -80, Mentoring-100, Data-50, Analysis-70, Writing-70)
11. Tofts RP, Kory P (2015). Lung Ultrasonography – Pearls and Pitfalls. In Soni NJ, Arntfield R,
Kory P (Eds.), Point of Care Ultrasonography. Elsevier Saunders, Philadelphia, PA.
(Concept/Design -80, Mentoring-100, Data-50, Analysis-70, Writing-70)
12. Kory P, Mayo PH. Lung Ultrasonography (2014). In Levitov A, Mayo PH, Slonim A (Eds.),
Critical Care Ultrasonography, 2nd Ed, Mcgraw Hill, New York, NY (Concept/Design -60,
Mentoring-N/A, Data-80, Analysis-70, Writing-60)
13. Mathew J, Kory P (2012). Assessment of Left Ventricular Function. In Walker D, Clements F,
Jones, N. (Eds.), Clinical Echocardiography for Critical Care Physicians. University Press, Oxford
University Press, Oxford, England (submitted). (Concept/Design -60, Mentoring-70, Data-50,
Analysis-50, Writing-50)
14. Kory P, Kaplan AE (2009). Venous Ultrasonography. In Feller-Kopman D, Moore C, Carmody K.
(Eds.), Handbook of Critical Care and Emergency Ultrasound. McGraw Hill, New York, NY
(Concept/Design -50, Mentoring-N/A, Data-50, Analysis-60, Writing-50)
15. Kaplan AE, Kory P (2009). Use of Ultrasonography for the Diagnosis of Venous
Thromboembolic Disease. In Bolliger CT et al (eds.), Clinical Chest Ultrasound: from the ICU to
the Bronchoscopy suite. Progress in Respiratory Research, Volume 37. Karger, Basel,
Switzerland (Concept/Design -50, Mentoring-N/A, Data-50, Analysis-60, Writing-50)
16. Kory P, Mayo PH (2009). Transesophageal Echocardiography - Technique, Orientation, and
Views. In Levitov A, Mayo PH, Slonim A (Eds.), Critical Care Ultrasonography, Mcgraw Hill,
New York, NY (Concept/Design -20, Mentoring-N/A, Data-40, Analysis-30, Writing-40)
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17. Foley M, Kory P, Fairbrother G (1999). “Evaluation of Hope for a Million Kids Immunization
Even. In Brownson R et al. (eds.), New York City: Process, Outcome, and Costs”. Community
Based Prevention-Programs that Work, Aspen Publishers, Frederick, MA (Concept/Design -20,
Mentoring-0, Data-60, Analysis-10, Writing-0)
Monographs or Books
1. Soni NJ, Arntfield R, Kory P. Point-of-care Ultrasound (Japanese). 2
nd ed. Tokyo: Elsevier Japan.
(translation in preparation)
2. Soni NJ, Arntfield R, Kory P. Ecografía a Pie de Cama: Fundamentos de la Ecografía Clínica
(Spanish).2
nd ed. Madrid: Elsevier España. (translation in preparation)
3. Soni NJ, Arntfield R, Kory P. Point-of-care Ultrasound (Korean). 1
st ed. Seoul: Koonja
Publishing Inc; 2019. (in press)
4. Soni NJ, Arntfield R, Kory P. Point-of-care Ultrasound. 2
nd ed. Philadelphia, PA:
Elsevier/Saunders; 2019, ISBN: 978-0-323-54470-2.
5. Soni NJ, Arntfield R, Kory P. Ecografía a Pie de Cama: Fundamentos de la Ecografía Clínica
(Spanish).1
st ed. Madrid: Elsevier España; 2016, ISBN: 978-84-9113-030-7. (Responsible for
1/3 of chapters, thus: Concept/Design -30, Mentoring-30, Data-30, Analysis-30, Writing-30)
6. Soni NJ, Arntfield R, Kory P. Point-of-care Ultrasound (Chinese). 1
st ed. Beijing: People’s
Medical Publishing House; 2015, ISBN: 978-7117212724.
7. Soni NJ, Arntfield R, Kory P. Point-of-care Ultrasound. 1
st ed. Philadelphia, PA:
Elsevier/Saunders; 2015, ISBN: 978-1455775699. (Responsible for 1/3 of chapters, thus:
Concept/Design -30, Mentoring-30, Data-30, Analysis-30, Writing-30)
Technical reports/Other publications
Abstracts
1. Thurber, MI, Doss G, Kory P, Tarula E, Sladky K. Medical management of a presumed tetanus
infection and associated medical complications in a northwest bornean orangutan (pONGO
pYGMAEUS pYGMAEUS) – Under Review
2. Efficacy of the Early Adoption of iHAT Therapy in Septic Shock: A Retrospective Cohort
Analysis. December 2019. Critical Care Medicine 48:807
3. DeSanti R, Al-Sabu A, Cowan E, Lasarev M, Kory P, Use of Point-of-Care Ultrasound to
Diagnose the Etiology of Acute Respiratory Failure in the PICU
4. DeSanti R, Kory P, Cowan E, Lasarev M, Al-Sabu A The Interrater Reliability of Pediatric Pointof-Care Lung Ultrasound in the PICU. December 2019. Critical Care Medicine 48:483
5. DeSanti R, Al-Subu AM, Cowan E, Lasarev M, Kory P. Use of point-of-care lung ultrasound to
diagnose the etiology of acute respiratory failure in a pediatric intensive care unit. Wisconsin
PICU Regional Meeting 2019
6. Fish J, Baxa J, Willenborg et al (Kory P Senior Author). 5 Year Outcomes After Implementing
A Pain, Agitation, and Delirium Guideline in A Mixed ICU. December 2018. Critical Care
Medicine 47:18
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7. Murray M, Frommelt M, Ries M, Long M, Kory P. Outcomes of HAT therapy use in Septic
Shock Patients. A Retrospective Cohort Study. Wisconsin ACP 2019 Meeting
8. Jordan CP, Fein D, Acquah SO, Kory P. A Prospective Study of Inferior Vena Cava Parameters
to Predict Fluid Responsiveness, Chest 2015 Annual Meeting
9. Bergman M, Kory P - Steroid Responsive Pneumonia after Breast Radiation - New entity or
Old News? American Thoracic Society Meeting 2015
10. Eisen L, Yip E, Kory P, Gross B, Pickering B, Herasevich V, Gong M. Informational Needs
During Intensive Care Unit Physician Handovers: A Multicenter Survey. American Medical
Informatics Association 2014
11. Ban H, Kory P, Takeryu T, Silverberg M. The efficacy of anaerobe specific antibiotics in
patients with aspiration pneumonia. Infectious Disease Society of America, 2014
12. Kobayashi A, Kory P. The importance of pre-embolectomy CT pulmonary angiography in
suspected massive pulmonary embolism. Society of General Internal Medicine, 2014
13. Silverberg M, Li N, Kory P. Efficacy of Video Laryngoscopy vs. Direct Laryngoscopy during
Urgent Endotracheal Intubation Performed By Pulmonary/Critical Care Physicians: a
Randomized Controlled Trial. Slide Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP, Chicago, IL,
2013
14. Lee MP, Gupta K, Ahuja J, Love A, Kory P. Influence of Head-of-Bed Elevation on the
Measurement of IVC Diameter and Collapsibility. Poster Presentation, Annual Meeting of the
ACCP. Chicago, IL 2013
15. Lee C, Seidenberg H, Mann S, Kory P. Outcomes of Mild Therapeutic Hypothermia after InHospital Cardiac Arrest: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Slide Presentation, Annual
Meeting of the ACCP, Chicago, IL, 2013
16. Fein D, Lee P, Peng C, Kory P. Implementation and Results of a Critical Care Ultrasound
Program for Fellows Using Cloud-Based Image Review Software. Slide Presentation, Annual
Meeting of the ACCP, Chicago, IL, 2013
17. Acquah SO, Kory P, Rizk D, Cuban Cruz, E. Preliminary Data on Reasons for Failure to
Recognize Early Warning Signs Prior to Rapid Response Events. Oral Presentation, American
Thoracic Society Annual Conference, 2012
18. Oleng NA, Ahuja JS, Sharif MU, Annan EL, Kory P. Bilateral Intraparenchymal Fat Nodules
with Pneumothoraces: A Novel Complication of Mastopexy. Poster Presentation, American
Thoracic Society Annual Conference, 2012
19. Palmero V, Klatchko T, Aslam H, Kory P, Acquah S. Diagnostic Accuracy of Cytopathologic
Patterns found on EBUS FNA in Patients with Suspected Pulmonary Sarcoidosis. Poster
Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP, 2011
20. Kory P, Hwang C, Pellechia C, Acquah S. Team Performance Assessment during Rapid
Response Events, Oral Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP, 2011
21. Koenig S, Lacticova V, Hegde A, Kory P, Narasimhan M, Doelken P, Mayo PH. Safety of urgent
endotracheal intubation performed without a paralytic agent. Oral Presentation, Annual
Meeting of the ACCP, 2011
22. Ahuja J, Mathew J, Sharif M, Annan E, Kory P, Walker P. Pleural Fluid Analysis in a Patient
with Pleuro-myopericarditis Secondary to Crohns Disease. Oral Presentation, Annual
Meeting of the ACCP, 2011
23. Annan E, Guevarra KP, Mathew J, Ahuja J, Sharif M, Acquah S, Kory P. Primary
Videolaryngoscopy Improves First Pass Success during Emergency Endotracheal Intubation
by First Year Fellows. Oral Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP, 2011
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24. NYC Project Hypothermia Working Group. Intra-arrest Induction Of Therapeutic
Hypothermia Via Large-volume Ice-cold Saline Infusion Improves Immediate Outcomes For
Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest. Poster Presentation, Resuscitation Science Symposium 2011
25. NYC Project Hypothermia Working Group. Intra-Arrest Induction of Therapeutic Hypothermia
Via Large-Volume, Ice-Cold Saline Infusion Results in Improved Outcomes Among Out-ofhospital Cardiac Arrests of Cardiac Etiology. Poster Presentation, Resuscitation Science
Symposium 2011
26. NYC Project Hypothermia Working Group. Incidence And Relevance Of Pulmonary Edema As
A Result Of Large-volume, Ice-cold Saline Infusion For The Induction Of Hypothermia During
Out-of-hospital Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. Poster Presentation, Resuscitation Science
Symposium 2011
27. NYC Project Hypothermia Working Group. Initiation Of Large-volume, Ice-cold Saline Infusion
During Initial Resuscitation Attempts For Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest Results In Near-target
Temperatures For Therapeutic Hypothermia Upon Emergency Department Arrival. Poster
Presentation, Resuscitation Science Symposium 2011
28. Fukunaga M, Singh B, Mosak J, Szainwald L, Mathew J, Pellecia C, Berg D, Katz A, Marks M,
Saadia M, Friedmann P, Kory P. Outcomes of Mild Therapeutic Hypothermia (MTH) After InHospital Cardiac Arrest (IHCA): A Historical Controlled Trial. Oral Presentation, Annual
Meeting of the ACCP, 2010
29. Mathew J, Pellecchia C, Guevarra KP, Palmero V, Acquah S, Kory P. Safety and Efficacy of a
Novel Glidescope-Assisted Percutaneous Dilational Tracheotomy Technique. Poster
Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP, 2010
30. Guevarra KP, Mathew JP, Sharif M, Palmero V, Mayo PH, Hegde A, Eisen LA, Doelken P, Kory P.
Safety and Efficacy of Emergency Endotracheal Intubation Using The Glidescope® VideoLaryngoscope, A Historical Controlled Trial. Oral Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP,
2010
31. Szainwald L, Ahuja J, Kory P. Mild Therapeutic Hypothermia after In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest –
A Nationwide Survey of Current Practice. Oral Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP,
2010
32. Ahuja JS, Fukunaga, M, Pellecchia C, Mathew, J, Weiner J, Kory P. Safety of Mild Therapeutic
Hypothermia after In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest, A Comparison with Historical Controls. Poster
Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP, 2010
33. Fukunaga M, Mosak J, Singh B, Szainwald L, Palmero V, Weiner J, Marks M, Berg D, Saadia M,
Katz A, Friedman P, Kory P. Predictors of Neurological Outcome in Medical Intensive Care
Unit Patients Admitted After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. Oral Presentation, Annual Meeting of
the ACCP 2010
34. Koenig S, Lakticova V, Hegde A, Kory P, Narasimhan M, Doelken P, Mayo PH. The Safety of
Emergency Endotracheal Intubation Without the Use of A Paralytic Agent. Oral Presentation,
Annual Meeting of the ACCP, 2010
35. Fisher N, Goffman D, Dulu A, Bayya J, Bernstein PS, Kory P, Kvetan V, Eisen LA. Maternal
Cardiac Arrest Simulation: Critical Care Fellows’ Knowledge, Performance and Self-confidence. Poster Presentation, Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, 2010
36. Nayya J, Goffman, D, Eisen LA, Fisher N, Bernstein PS, Kory P, Dulu A. Resuscitating a
Pregnant Patient: Use of Simulation to Compare Performance and Knowledge Among
Maternal Fetal Medicine and Critical Care Medicine Fellows. Poster Presentation, Annual
International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, 2010
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37. Pellecchia C, Kory P, Koenig S, Shiloh A, Chandra S, Alaverdian A, Dibello C, Mayo PH. et al.
Accuracy of Critical Care Physicians in the Ultrasound Diagnosis of Deep Venous Thrombosis
in the ICU. Oral Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP, 2009
38. Mathew J, Kory P, Fukunaga M, Pellecchia C, Weiner J, Mayo PH. Outcomes of Mild
Therapeutic Hypothermia in In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients. Oral Presentation, Annual
Meeting of the ACCP, 2009
39. Kory P, Pellecchia C, Mathew J, Fukunaga M, Weiner J, Mayo, PH. Safety of Mild Therapeutic
Hypothermia after In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest”. Poster Presentation, Annual Meeting of the
ACCP, 2009
40. Eisen LA, Kory P, Malik A, Yunen J, Ardilles E, Kline M, Mayo P. Training and Assessment of
Fellows in Critical Care Ultrasonography: A New Paradigm. Poster Presentation, Annual
Meeting of the ACCP, 2008.
41. Koenig S, Kory P, Lakticova V, Chandra S, et al. Simultaneous training in initial airway management and chest compressions using simulation based technology improves house staff
competency over that learned in ACLS. Oral Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP, 2008
42. Greenstein Y, Lakticova V, Kory P, Mayo PH. Adequate Chest Compressions: Are Gender and
Duration of Compression Important Variables? Poster Presentation, Annual Meeting of the
ACCP, 2008.
43. Kory P, Mayo PH. “Mild Therapeutic Hypothermia; a Rapid, Inexpensive Technique for the
ICU”. Oral Presentation, Annual Meeting of the ACCP, 2007.
Invited Research Presentations
Local
Department of Neurology Grand Rounds, Beth Israel Medical Center
“Treatment of Anoxia in the Post-Cardiac Arrest Patient”, August 2008
Department of Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, Beth Israel Medical Center
“Techniques for Induction of Therapeutic Hypothermia”, September 2008
Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Beth Israel Medical Center
“Therapeutic Hypothermia – The BI Experience”, December 2009
Division of Cardiology, Beth Israel Medical Center
“Therapeutic Hypothermia in the Post-Arrest Patient” - 2009, 2010, 2011
Department of Family Medicine, Beth Israel Medical Center
“Overview of Pulmonary Function Testing”, April 2009
“Obstructive and Restrictive Spirometry”, May 2009
Division of Cardiology, Beth Israel Medical Center
Cardiology Nurse Practitioner Service Simulation Training Series,
Basic Airway Management and Code Leadership Skills, April 2011
NYU Downtown Hospital, Dept. of Medicine Noon Conference, August 1, 2011
“Overview of Lung Ultrasonography”
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Regional
Fire Department of New York/Greater New York Hospital Association,
“Project Hypothermia”, March 2009
Speaker Panel Member “Experience in Development of an Institutional Hypothermia
Protocol”
New York City Regional Emergency Ultrasound Symposium, Mount Sinai Roosevelt
Hospital, March 18, 2015
“Using Ultrasound for Fluid Responsiveness”
National/International
Cardiothoracic Surgical Critical Care Association Annual Meeting
Washington, DC, May 4-8, 2008
Keynote Speaker - “Applications of Critical Care Ultrasonography”
American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine Annual Meeting,
New York, NY, April 24, 2008
General Session Lecture – “Ultrasonography for the Diagnosis of Dyspnea”
American College of Chest Physicians 73rdAnnual International Assembly.
Philadelphia, PA, October 25-October 30, 2008
Highlight Session - “Therapeutic Hypothermia: Review of the Evidence”
American College of Chest Physicians 74thAnnual International Assembly.
San Diego, CA, October 31-November 5, 2009
General Session – “Update in Therapeutic Hypothermia”
Patents
2012 U.S. Patent Serial No. 61/181,324 – Touchless Isolation Gown Dispenser. Sole Inventor.
Device engineered to allow rapid entry of health care providers into isolation gowns
without contamination of exterior surfaces.
Educational Activities & Presentations
Classroom Teaching
1. MEDICAL STUDENTS
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health - UWHC
2015 - Respiratory Pathophysiology Small Group Sessions– 2 sessions
2016— Trauma and Life Support Morning Conference Series – 2 hours/month
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2016 – Ultrasound Integration into Physical Diagnosis – the role of Echocardiography
2016 - Respiratory Pathophysiology, Small Group Sessions (ILD)– 2 sessions
2017- Video Lecture Series, New Curriculum, “Respiratory Support Devices”
2017 - Respiratory Pathophysiology, Small Group Sessions (ILD)– 2 sessions
2018 – Acute Care Teacher - Coach – Acute Care Course
2018 - Respiratory Pathophysiology, Small Group Sessions (ILD) – 2 sessions

Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Beth Israel Medical Center
2007-2010 – Summer Research Scholar Program, Simulation Training Center
Taught 10-15hrs/week, accepted 1-4 students/summer
2007-Yonatan Greenstein
2008- Matthew Marks, Dana Berg, Meir Saadia, Annie Katz
2009- Elena Clark, Stephanie Haimowitz, Alyssa Fischer
2010- Dovi Ettinger, Melissa Iamatteo, Abby Ettinger
2008-2015 Dept. of Medicine Noon Conference Series–5 lectures/year, 8-10
students/lecture
2. PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDENTS
University of Wisconsin Physician Assistant Program
2019 – ARDS/Acute Respiratory Failure Lecture
3. RESIDENTS
University of Wisconsin Residency Programs
2015 – November - Internal Medicine Residency Morning Report – Pleural Effusions
2015 – August – Emergency Medicine Residency M & M
2016 –Trauma and Life Support Morning Conference Series – 2 hours/month
2017- Trauma and Life Support Morning Conference Series – 2 hours/month
2018 - Trauma and Life Support Morning Conference Series – 2 hours/month
2019 - Trauma and Life Support Morning Conference Series – 2 hours/month
American Family Children’s Hospital
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Point of Care Ultrasound Program
2015- Present, Director, Lung Ultrasonography Curriculum
2015- Present Co-Director, Faculty Member –Point of Care Ultrasound Curriculum
Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Beth Israel Medical Center
2008-15
• Noon Conference Lectures 5 hr/yr 5 hr/yr
• Journal Club Resident Mentor 3-4 hr/yr 4 hr/yr
• Basic Airway Mgmt. Skills 15hr/wk, 3wk/yr 45 hr/yr
• Chest Compression Skills 5hr/wk, 3wk/yr 15 hr/yr
• Code/RRT Leadership Skills 20 hr/wk, 3wk/yr 60 hr/yr
• Code Team Practice 1 hr/month 12 hr/yr
• Ultrasound Elective 15 hr/wk,4 wk/yr 60 hr/yr
• Simulation Training Elective 10hr/wk, 2wk/yr 20 hr/yr
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4. FELLOWS
LOCAL:
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health – PCCM Fellowship
2015 - 2019- Advanced Airway Management Simulation Training – Four hours
2015 - 2019- Critical Care Ultrasonography Course– 16 hours
2016-19 – Critical Care Trans-Esophageal Echocardiography Simulation Training
2016-18 – Critical Care Ultrasound Cases and Clip Review Sessions– 4 hours/year
2017-19 – “Ventilator School” – Lecture Series to Cardiology, Pulmonary, Anesthesia, RT
Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Beth Israel Medical Center,
2008-2015
Advanced Airway Management 10 hr/yr 10 hr/year
Ventilator Management 5 hr/yr 5 hr/yr
Morning Case Conference 3/wk, 48 wk/yr 156 hr/yr
Core Conference Lectures 10 lectures/yr 10 hr/yr
Fellows Ultrasound Course 3 days/year 25 hr/yr
REGIONAL:
Annual Midwest Regional Fellows Course in Critical Care Ultrasonography – A
collaborative of Midwest PCCM Fellowships
Senior Faculty, Co-Organizer, Main Lecturer
Chicago IL, July 30,31 2015
Chicago, IL July 24,25 2016
Iowa City IA, July 23, 24 2017
Iowa City, IA, July 16,17, 2018
Regional Fellows Classroom Instruction – New York
Greater New York Hospital Association/United Hospital Fund, Senior Faculty, Annual
Critical Care Fellows Ultrasound 2 Day Training Course, New York, NY
October 20-26, 2007
September 24-26, 2008
September 30-Oct 2, 2009
July 28-30, 2010
July 18-20, 2011
New York City Fellows Bronchoscopy Course – Beth Israel Medical Center
“Indications/Contraindications to Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy”, July 2009
New York City Fellows Course in Advanced Bronchoscopic Techniques, July 26, 2010
Lecturer– “Indications and Contraindications to Bronchoscopy”
Hands-On Training Faculty – “Foreign Body Removal Techniques”
NATIONAL:
American Thoracic Society International Conference - Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellows
Symposium 2012-2019 Annual Dinner Highlight Session Speaker
“Overview of Critical Care Ultrasonography”
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Co-Director, West Coast Regional Fellows Course in Critical Care Ultrasonography
University of Southern California, November 13,14, 2015
University of California, Los Angeles September 8,9 2016
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles Sept 9,10 2017
University of Southern California, November 13,14, 2018
University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary
and Critical Care Grand Rounds, Los Angeles, CA, June 20, 2014
Visiting Professor, Fellows Symposium
“Performing a General Critical Care Ultrasound Exam”
5. FACULTY INSTRUCTION
Course Director, National Jewish Health Center, Denver, CO, November, 2010
Critical Care Division – 2-Day Intensive Course in Critical Care Ultrasonography
Course Director, St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Pulmonary and Critical Care Division,
Sept 25-26, 2011 “Ultrasonography for the Critical Care Attending”
Greater New York Hospital Association, November 4, 2011
Clinical Controversies in Critical Care Symposium, Debater, Con Argument –
“Paralytics are the Standard of Care for ARDS”
Course Director, Winthrop University Hospital and St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Medical Center
Pulmonary and Critical Care Divisions 2-Day Course in Critical Care Ultrasonography,
January 9-10, 2012 “Intensive Ultrasonography Training for the Critical Care Attending”
Course Director, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Pulmonary and
Critical Care Division, Critical Care Ultrasonography Course,
“Intensive Ultrasonography Training for the Critical Care Attending”
Jan 15-17, 2013
April 18-19, 2015
May 29, 30 2016
March 15,16 2017
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Beth Israel Medical Center
“M&M – Afferent/Efferent Limbs of the RRT System”, September 2011
Beth Israel Medical Center Board of Overseers Meeting –
“Case Presentation and Overview of Therapeutic Hypothermia Program Data, May 2013
UWSMPH/Hospital Regional CME Courses:
Course Director, Lecturer (10-12 Lectures): “Fundamentals of Point of Care
Ultrasonography in Critical Care and Acute Cate Settings” – hosted by the Division of
Allergy, Pulmonary, and Critical Care
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August 8,9, 2015 - ,– Faculty, Fellows, Residents,
January 8,9,2016 – Faculty, Fellows, APP’s, Residents
February 10,11, 2017 - Faculty, Fellows, Nurse Practitioners, Residents, Students
May 4,5 2018 - Faculty, Fellows, Nurse Practitioners, Residents, Students
May 3,4, 2019 - Faculty, Fellows, Nurse Practitioners, Residents, Students
Regional Course Faculty - Arndt Airway Course, Department of Anesthesia, UWSMPH
“Ultrasound Use in Anesthetic Emergencies” - Lecture and Hands-on Sessions
October 1,2016
Sept 29, 2017
Sept 28, 2018
Regional Course Faculty – Dept of Nursing Spring 2019
Faculty Lecturer – “updates in Sepsis Management
Same for Fall 2019
OPRo-con debate – asystole/Pea
Pro-con debate – Myoclonus – should we cool?
CME Presentations – Departmental:
University of Wisconsin AFCH - Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia Pediatric Ultrasound
Course
Faculty, Hands-On Sessions – September 26, 2018
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Division of Hospital Medicine CME Lecture
Series
June 6, 2019 -“Metabolic Resuscitation, A Major Therapeutic Advance and the Future of
Critical Care”
October 12, 2016 - “CPAP, BPAP, HiFlow – Which One When?”
Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Beth Israel Medical Center
2009 - “Bornholm’s Disease” – Clinicopathologic Conference Clinician,
Departments of Respiratory Therapy and Nursing, Beth Israel Medical Center, NY, NY
July 2010 CME Lecture - -“Airway Pressure Release Ventilation”
Institute of Urban and Family Health Medicine, Grand Rounds, Beth Israel Medical Center
December 2011 - “Overview of the Diagnosis and Management of COPD”, December, 2011
Division of Hospitalists, CME Lecture Series, Beth Israel Medical Center, NY, NY
“Simulation Training at Beth Israel – Past, Present, and Future”, July 2010
“Applying Medical Ethical Principles to CPR Decisions”, April 2012
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Invited Extramural Grand Rounds Lectures:
Medical College of Wisconsin, Division of Nephrology Grand Rounds, Visiting Professor
Session
December 17, 2019 “Ultrasonography applications in Clinical Nephrology”
University of Louisville, Louisville, KY- Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
April 16, 2019 - “Ultrasound in the Management of Cardiopulmonary Failure”
New York University Winthrop Hospital, Mineola, NY – Pulmonary/Critical Care Grand
Rounds
January 7, 2019 - “Metabolic Resuscitation – A Major Therapeutic Advance, Future of
Critical Care”
North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, NY. Pulmonary and Critical Care Grand
Rounds
January18, 2019 - “The Importance of Avoiding Hyperoxia in the Critically Ill”
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI Department of Anesthesia Grand Rounds,
Visiting Professor Session
“Ultrasonography in the Management of Cardiopulmonary Failure”
University of Kansas, Kansas City, KS Department of Medicine Grand Rounds Visiting
Professor Sessions
April 8, 2018 - “Developing a Point-of-Care Ultrasound Curriculum for Internal Medicine
Residents”
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA - Hastings Center for Pulmonary
Research Grand Rounds
Pulmonary and Critical Care Research Symposium, April, 2018
“Echocardiography in the Differentiation and Management of Shock States”
Lankenau Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA Department of Medicine Grand Rounds,
Visiting Professor
March 6, 2018 - “Ultrasound in the Management of Cardiopulmonary Failure”
Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center, NY, NY Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
New York City, NY December 19, 2017
“Lung Ultrasonography to Improve Diagnostic Accuracy”
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
Los Angeles, CA September 8, 2017
“Echocardiography in the Differentiation and Management of Shock States”
University of California, Los Angeles Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Sept 8, 2016
“Lung Ultrasound in the Differentiation of Acute Respiratory Failure”
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Mt. Sinai West Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, NY, NY January 22, 2016
“Ultrasonography in the Management of Cardiopulmonary Failure”
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Division of Allergy, Pulmonary and Critical
Care Medicine, Critical Care Grand Rounds, Madison, WI, October 2, 2014
“Improving Diagnostic Accuracy in Acute Respiratory Failure - Role of Lung
Ultrasonography”
University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary
and Critical Care Grand Rounds, Los Angeles, CA, September 9, 2015
Will Rogers Foundation Sponsored Grand Rounds - “Improving Diagnostic Accuracy of
Dyspnea”
University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary
and Critical Care Grand Rounds, Los Angeles, CA, June 20, 2014
Grand Rounds Presentation - “Echocardiography in the Management of Shock States”
Invited Intramural Grand Rounds Lectures – University of Wisconsin:
Department of Hospital Medicine
2019: “Metabolic Resuscitation – A Major Therapeutic Advance and the Future of Critical
Care”
2018 – Hi-FLOW, CPAP, BPAP –“Which one when and how?”
Division of Hematology and Oncology, Bone Marrow Transplant Service (not a CME
though)
“Metabolic Resuscitation – A Major Therapeutic Advance and the Future of Sepsis
Therapy”
University of Wisconsin Department of Nursing
February 2019 – Sepsis Grand Rounds - Case Presentations
Department of Anesthesia Grand Rounds
2019, January – “The Harms of Hyperoxia in the ICU: Stop Being an Oxy-Moron”
Division of Allergy, Pulmonary and Critical Care Grand Rounds
2019: “Metabolic Resuscitation – A Major Therapeutic Advance and the Future of Critical
Care”
2018: The Harms of Hyperoxia in the ICU: Stop Being an Oxy-Moron
2017: Goal-Directed TEE in the ICU – Utility and Applications
2016: Accuracy of Lung Ultrasound in Acute Respiratory Failure
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Department of Emergency Medicine
2018 -“Metabolic Resuscitation – A Major Therapeutic Advance and the Future of Critical
Care”
2017 “Ultrasound in the Differentiation of Shock States”,
2016 - “Ultrasound in the Differentiation of Respiratory Failure States”
2015 – Emergency Department M & M Guest Lecturer/Presenter
Division of Nephrology Grand Rounds
2016- “Fluid Balance Evaluation and Ultrasound Techniques”
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Grand Rounds, Beth Israel Medical Center –
2012- “Echocardiography in the Diagnosis and Management of Shock States “-
2013 - “Lung Ultrasonography in the Intensive Care Unit – Case Based Illustration”, Sept
19, 2013
Institute of Urban and Family Health Medicine Grand Rounds, Beth Israel Medical Center
2014, June 6 - “Update in the Outpatient Management of COPD”
State & Regional Invited CME Lectures:
Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin Update in Medical-Surgical Nursing Conference, EPIC Campus
April 2019 – “Update in Sepsis Diagnosis and Treatment”
Wisconsin Department of Health COVID-19 Webinar
June 1, 2020 - “Care of the Critically Ill COVID-19 Patient”
Wisconsin Department of Health COVID-19 Webinar
July 30, 2020 - “Update in COVID-19 Care”
New York
9
th Annual Mid-Atlantic Hospital Medicine Symposium, “Mastering the Care of the
Hospitalized Patient”, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai,
New York, New York, October 24, 2014
Senior Faculty “Skills Symposium – Arterial Blood Gas Analysis”
Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center, Division of Hospitalists
Faculty Development Lectures- July 8, 2020
“The ABC’s of ABG’s”
“Achieving Oxygenation and Ventilation without Intubation”
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National Conference Invited Lectures:
Senior Faculty/Lecturer- American College of Chest Physicians, “Fundamentals of Critical
Care Ultrasonography” 3 Day National Training Courses
April 28-30, 2007, Orlando, FL
December 7-9, 2007, Scottsdale, AZ
April 16-18, 2008, St. Louis, MO
April 23-25, 2009, Fort Lauderdale, FL
May 1-3, 2010, Austin, TX
April 15-17, 2011, Baltimore, MD
Senior Faculty, American College of Chest Physicians, “Focused Critical Care
Echocardiography”, 2-Day National Training Course, Chicago, IL
September 17-18, 2008
September 19-20, 2009
September 18-19, 2010
September 24-25, 2011
Senior Faculty, American College of Chest Physicians, “Focused Pleural-Vascular
Ultrasonography Course”, Chicago, IL
September 19-20, 2008
September 18-19, 2009
September 16-17, 2010
September 22-23, 2011
American College of Chest Physicians Annual International Assembly
Simulation Training Center Faculty – Critical Care Ultrasonography Section
Chicago, IL October 20-October 26, 2007
Philadelphia, PA October 25-October 30, 2008
San Diego, CA October 31-November 5, 2009
Vancouver, Canada October 30-November 5, 2010
Honolulu, HI October 22-October 26, 2011
Atlanta, GA, October 20-25, 2012
Chicago, IL, October 26- 31, 2013
American College of Chest Physicians 75ttAnnual International Assembly,
Vancouver, Canada. October 30 - November 5, 2010
Lecturer, Post-Graduate Course in Critical Care Ultrasonography - “DVT”
Lecturer, Symposium on Advanced ICU Echocardiography - “Use of Doppler”
General Session - “Ultrasound for the Pulmonary Consultant”
American College of Chest Physicians 76thAnnual International Assembly,
Honolulu, HI, October 30 - November 5, 2011
Lecturer, Panel Session - “Abdominal and Vascular Ultrasonography in the Diagnosis
and Management of Cardiorespiratory failure”
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American Thoracic Society International Conference 2011, Denver, CO
Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellows Symposium, Highlight Presentation Speaker
“Overview of Critical Care Ultrasonography”
American Thoracic Society International Conference 2012, San Francisco, CA
Program Chair – “Impact of Ultrasonography in Assessing Cardiorespiratory Failure”
Clinicians Center Luncheon Program, “Introduction to Critical Care Ultrasonography”
Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellows Symposium, Highlight Session Speaker
“Overview of Critical Care Ultrasonography”
Faculty Hands-On Training, Post-Graduate Course – “Incorporating Ultrasound and
Echocardiography into Intensive Care Unit Practice”
Lecturer, Post-Graduate Course – “Ultrasonography for Deep Venous Thrombosis”
Course Director, American College of Chest Physicians, “Focused Pleural Vascular
Ultrasonography”, Chicago, IL, May 3-4, 2012
Course Director, American College of Chest Physicians, “Focused Critical Care
Echocardiography, Chicago, IL, May 5-6, 2012
Course Director, American College of Chest Physicians, “Focused Pleural Vascular
Ultrasonography”, Chicago, IL, Sept. 20-21, 2012
Course Director, American College of Chest Physicians, “Focused Critical Care
Echocardiography, Chicago, IL, Sept. 22-23, 2012
American Thoracic Society International Conference 2012, San Francisco, CA
Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellows Symposium, Highlight Session Speaker
“Overview of Critical Care Ultrasonography”
Program Chair – “Impact of Ultrasonography in Assessing Cardiorespiratory Failure”
Clinicians Center Luncheon Program, “Introduction to Critical Care Ultrasonography”
Faculty Hands-On Training, Post-Graduate Course – “Incorporating Ultrasound and
Echocardiography into Intensive Care Unit Practice”
Lecturer, Post-Graduate Course – “Ultrasonography for Deep Venous Thrombosis”
Center for Career Development Session Senior Faculty Networking –
Career Development Mentor for Junior Attendees
American College of Chest Physicians 77thAnnual International Assembly,
Atlanta, GA, October 30 - November 5, 2012
Simulation Enhanced General Sessions – Daily Lecture (3) on
“Ultrasound Assessment of Cardiopulmonary Failure”
Critical Care Ultrasound Certificate Exam – Exam Proctor, Hands-On Training Section
Simulation Center General Sessions – Critical Care Ultrasonography Overview –
Hands-On Faculty
Simulation Center General Sessions – Critical Care Ultrasonography Overview –
Interpretation Session Moderator
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Faculty – Post-Graduate Course in Advanced Critical Care Echocardiography – Lecture
on “Principles of Doppler Ultrasonography”
Senior Course Faculty and Institutional Host,
“Advanced Critical Care Echocardiography”, American College of Chest Physicians, Beth
Israel Medical Center, NY, NY, May 29-31, 2013
American Thoracic Society International Conference 2013, Philadelphia, PA
Dinner Highlight Session Speaker - Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellows Symposium -
“Overview of Critical Care Ultrasonography”
Program Chair – “Ultrasonography in the Assessment of Cardiopulmonary Failure”
Clinicians Center Luncheon Program, “Applications of Critical Care Ultrasonography”
Faculty Hands-On Training, Post-Graduate Course – “Incorporating Ultrasound and
Echocardiography into Intensive Care Unit Practice”
Lecturer, Post-Graduate Course – “Ultrasonography for Deep Venous Thrombosis”
Center for Career Development Session Senior Faculty Networking –Career Development
Mentor for Junior Attendees
American College of Chest Physicians 78thAnnual International Assembly,
Chicago, IL, October 25- October 30, 2013
Faculty – Post-Graduate Course in Advanced Critical Care Echocardiography – Lecture on
“Principles of Doppler Ultrasonography”
Simulation Enhanced General Sessions – Daily Lecture (3) on “Ultrasound Assessment of
Cardiopulmonary Failure”
Critical Care Ultrasound Certificate Exam – Exam Proctor, Hands-On Training
SectionSimulation Center General Sessions – Critical Care Ultrasonography Overview –
Hands-On Faculty
Simulation Center General Sessions – Critical Care Ultrasonography Overview –
Interpretation Session Moderator
Speaker Panel Member – “Ultrasonography in the Rapid Assessment of Cardiopulmonary
Failure”
National Jewish Critical Care Conference, Course Director - Ultrasonography Track,
Keystone, CO, Feb 5-8, 2014
“Lung Ultrasonography in the Management of Respiratory Failure”
“Critical Care Echocardiography Interpretation Practice Session”
“Ultrasound in the Assessment of Intravascular Volume Status”
Greater New York Hospital Association
“Care of the Critically Ill COVID-19 Patient”
Panel Speaker – April 22, 2020
Virtual 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Hospital Medicine Symposium
October 16, 2020
“Oxygen Support Devices”
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International Conference Invited Lectures:
European Society of Respirologists/Chest World Congress. 2014, Madrid, Spain
Faculty, Thoracic Ultrasonography for the Pulmonary Specialist, March 20-24
Moderator, Poster Session, Critical Care Section, March 22
Western University Critical Care Ultrasonography 2015, London, Ontario, Canada - August
20,21, 2015 - Guest Lecturer, Interpretation Session Faculty
American College of Chest Physicians World Congress, 2016, Shanghai, China, April 14-18
2016 – Senior Faculty and Lecturer for “Ultrasonography in the Intensive Care Unit”
CLINICAL TEACHING
2012-present Daily supervision and teaching of general and advanced cardiology fellows in
the adult cardiac catheterization laboratory. (Audience: fellows)
Mentoring:
UWSMPH – Trainee Mentoring, Other Divisions
Pediatric Critical Care Fellow - Ryan DeSanti, PICU Ultrasound Mentor 2017-18
Nephrology Fellow - Sayee Algandaruswamy, Nephrology Ultrasound Mentor, 2017-19
Mark Frommelt
Amy Jaeger
Faculty Promotions Committee Member
Ryan Thompson – Department of Emergency Medicine
Benjamin Seides, MD – Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care
Micah Long, MD – Department of Anesthesiology
Josh Glazer – Department of Emergency Medicine

Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Independent Scholar Mentor: Dovi Ettinger, Hypothermia Therapy, Medical Student, 2011
Independent Scholar Mentor: Yonatan Greenstein, Simulation Training Medical Student,
2010
Other Educational Initiatives:
Critical Care Ultrasound Curriculum – regular over-reading with written feedback of all
interpreted ultrasound studies performed by PCCM fellows – approximately 300
studies/year
2012-15 - Beth Israel Medical Center
2015-19- University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Trauma and Life Support Center
Fellows, Residents, Nurse Practitioner Participation (approx. 50 -100 studies/yr)
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PICU POCUS Curriculum
Family Medicine POCUS Mentoring
Internal Medicine Residency Ultrasound Curriculum
Critcaresono.org (Founder, Developer): Medical education website with over 600
visitors/month and over 60,000 clips viewed to date (2009 - 2016)
POCUS Website – UW Division of Nephrology, 2019 – tutorials, cases, interpretation
practice clips covering a range of pathologies and applications with a specific emphasis on
the differentiation of Shock states
Service Activities
Departmental:
2010–2015 ABIM/ACGME House Staff Committee Member Beth Israel Medical
Center
2011–2015 Director Simulation Training, Dept. of Medicine Beth Israel Medical Center
2014–2015 Clinical Competency Committee Member, Internal Medicine Residency -
Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center Clinical Competency Committee
Member, Internal Medicine Residency - Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical
Center
2014–2015 Clinical Competency Committee Member, Pulmonary and Critical Care
Fellowship - Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center
2016–2018 Clinical Competency Committee Member, Pulmonary and Critical Care
Fellowship - University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
2016–2018 Program Evaluation Committee, Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship -
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
UWSMPH/Hospital:
2005–2015 Ethics Committee Member, Beth Israel Medical Center
2006–2015 Clinician Founder and Director - Beth Israel Hypothermia Protocol
2006–2015 CPR Committee Member - Beth Israel Medical Center
2009–2015 Rapid Response Team Committee Member - Beth Israel Medical Center
2010–2011 Simulation Center Design Committee Member
2011–2015 Simulation Center Governance Committee Member - Beth Israel Medical
Center
2011 Founder, Director of Hospital RRT Management Protocol, Beth Israel
2015 Trauma and Life Support Center Quality Improvement, UWHC
2015–present Respiratory Care Committee, UWHC
2015–present Critical Care Committee Member, UWHC
2015–present Critical Care Operations Council, UWHC
2016 Inpatient Operations Council, UWHC
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2015–17 C.Diff Control Initiative Committee Member, UWHC
2015 Sepsis Guideline Creation Committee, UWHC
2015 Procalcitonin Guideline Committee, UWHC
2015 Unit Council Member –Trauma and Life Support Center, UWHC
2015 QI Committee Member–Trauma and Life Support Center, UWHC
2016 Ventilator Policy Test of Change Committee Member, UWHC
2016 HAP/VAP Guideline Committee
2016 Albumin Guideline Committee Member, UWHC
2017–2018 Sepsis Surveillance System Initiative Committee, UWHC
2017–2018 Critical Care Services Committee–TAC, Meriter, UWHC
2017–2018 PERT Committee, UWHC
2017–2018 CTICU Critical Care Service Collaboration Committee, UWHC
2017 Post–Cardiac Arrest Care Guideline Committee
2018–2019 TAC ICU Policy Committee
2019 Alcohol Withdrawal Guideline Committee
University of Wisconsin –Pulmonary Embolism Response Team–Provide
consultative care and endovascular therapy for acute pulmonary
embolism.
Sepsis Guideline Committee
C.Diff prevention committee
Sepsis Early warning Committee
Community:
2009–2012 Fire Department of New York, Project Hypothermia Clinician leadership
team - planning, implementation, and data collection
Regional:
2008–2014 Greater New York Hospital Association/United Hospital Fund –
Senior Faculty, Fellows Course in Critical Care Ultrasonography
National/International:
2006–2013 American College of Chest Physicians - Senior Faculty and Lecturer,
National Courses in Fundamentals of Critical Care Ultrasonography
2008–2013 American College of Chest Physicians Annual Conference - Simulation
Training Center Faculty - Critical Care Ultrasonography Section
2009–present Journal of Intensive Care Medicine, Reviewer
2010 American College of Chest Physicians - Co-author, Critical Care
Ultrasonography Certificate Exam - Practical and Written Components
2010 Respiration, Reviewer
2011–2013 American College of Chest Physicians - Director, National Course in
Advanced Critical Care Echocardiography
2011–2013 American College of Chest Physicians - Director, National Course in
Advanced Pleural and Vascular Ultrasonography
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2011–2014 American College of Chest Physicians - Proctor and Grader, Critical Care
Ultrasonography Certificate Exam
2012–present American Journal of Critical Care, Reviewer
2012–present Critical Care Medicine, Reviewer
2012 American College of Chest Physicians-Faculty, Simulation Training in
Fundamentals of Trans-Esophageal Echocardiography
2012–present American College of Chest Physicians - Ultrasound Portfolio Reviewer,
Certificate Program in Critical Care Ultrasonography
2012 External Reader, Research Grants - Michael Smith Foundation for Health
Research, Toronto, CA
2012,2013 American Thoracic Society - Faculty Member, Lecturer, Postgraduate
Course in Critical Care Ultrasonography
2013 Annals of the American Thoracic Society, Reviewer
2013 Chest, Reviewer
2013 Advanced Critical Care Echocardiography Certification Planning Committee
- National Board of Echocardiography and ACCP
2014 Thrombosis and Thrombolysis, Reviewer
2015–present Annals of Intensive Care Medicine, Reviewer


50 years at MIT - another quack snake oil salesman for you.

STEPHANIE SENEFF, PH.D.

Stephanie Seneff is a senior research scientist at MIT, where she has had continuous affiliation for more than five decades. After receiving four degrees from MIT (B.S.. in Biophysics, M.S., E.E., and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science), she has conducted research in packet-switched networks, computational modeling of the human auditory system, natural language processing, spoken dialogue systems, and second language learning. Currently a Senior Research Scientist (MIT’s highest research rank) at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, she has supervised 21 Master’s and 14 Ph.D. students. For over a decade, since 2008, she has directed her attention towards the role of nutrition and environmental toxicants on human disease, with a special emphasis on the herbicide glyphosate and the mineral sulfur.
EDUCATION
1968
B.S. Degree in Biophysics, MIT
1980
M.S. and E.E. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT
1985
Ph.D degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT


Dr, Deloris Cahill. (Go ahead a smear this uneducated quack also)

BIO
Prof. Dr Dolores Cahill is a world-wide renowned expert in high-throughput proteomics technology development and automation, high content protein arrays and their biomedical applications, including in biomarker discovery and diagnostics.
Prof. Cahill pioneered this research area at the Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Genetics in Berlin, Germany, and holds several international patents in this field with research, biomedicine and diagnostic applications.
o Over 20 years expertise in high-throughput protein & antibody array, automation, proteomics technology development & biomedical applications in biomarker discovery, diagnostics & personalised medicine.
o Since 2005 to present, Full Professor of Translational Science, School of Medicine, University College Dublin, Academic, Researcher, Lecturer, Module Coordinator in Pathology Teaching, School of Medicine & Conway Institute
o 15 years as Irish, EU & international expert & advisor including Seconded National Expert to European Commission
o Company Co-founder & Shareholder (1997-2019) of Protagen AG in Germany (https://protagen.com/). Protagen Protein Services (2012-2019) contract services to healthcare sector & pharmaceutical industry (https://protagenproteinservices.com/).
o Since 2016, co-founding shareholder and Advisory Board member of Prof. Stephen Pennington’s UCD School of Medicine/Conway Institute spin-out company, Atturos Ltd. working to improve Prostate Cancer diagnosis (http://atturos.com/ and http://atturos.com/company/advisors/).
o Prof. Cahill has a total of over 5940 Citations, H (Hirsh)-index of 35, i10-index of 48.
o Project management: Has successfully obtained and project managed as Principal Investigator eight EU Programme funding grants from FP4, FP5, FP6, FP7 and Horizon 2020, Science Foundation Ireland, Enterprise Ireland, Health Research Board funding in companies and universities.

Selected Academic Leadership and Contributions: Member of Committees and Awards:
o Vice Chair, European Union Innovative Medicines Initiative Scientific Committee (2018-2021) and Member, European Union Innovative Medicines Initiative Scientific Committee (2016-2021) and Vice-Chair (2018-2021)
(https://www.imi.europa.eu/sites/default/files/uploads/documents/About-IMI/Governance/sc/IMI_SC_Bio_Dolores_Cahill.pdf).
o In 2013-2014, worked in European Commission, Brussels seconded full-time, as a Seconded National Expert (SNE) to the European Commission Research & Innovation (HORIZON2020) (DG RTD) Directorate, in a Strategy and Policy Development role for International R&D&I Cooperation between the EU & Asia (S. Korea, China, ASEAN) & for the Coordination of Health Research, Development and Innovation globally.
o In 2005, appointed by the Irish Prime Minister (Taoiseach) & Minister for Health as an Irish Government’s Advisory Science Council (ASC) Member (www.sciencecouncil.ie) (2005-2013) & to develop Irish Strategy for Science, Technology & Innovation (2006-2013) with Universities, Industry & Health, Education, Enterprise & Finance Depts.
o Chaired the ASC Task Force ‘Towards a Framework for Researcher Careers’ & ASC Task Force member Report on ‘Promoting Enterprise-Higher Education Relationships’ (2009) and ‘Sustainability of Research Centres’ (2012)
o Honoured with a lifetime award from the Federation of European Biochemical Societies Award in Norway (2009) for her research & its significance. Other awardees: Prof. J. Craig Venter & Nobel Prize winner, Prof. Robert Huber.
o Awarded the prestigious BMBF BioFuture Prize by German Minister of Science (€1.5million) (2000).
o Supervisor of over 20 completed PhD & Masters’ degrees in total. Chair of ten UCD PhD committees.

Project management, Research and Peer-Reviewed Publications:
o Prof. Cahill has a Hirsch h-index 35: i10-index 48.
o Citations 5946 Google Scholar Citations: https://scholar.google.com/

Selected Academic Leadership and Contributions: Invited Speaker, Keynotes, Conferences organised:
o Prof. Cahill has given over 100 Keynotes in USA, Europe, China, Japan, S. Korea, Australia, South America:
- 18th-19th May 2020: Chair, Global Bioprocessing, Bioanalytics & ATMP Manufacturing, Dublin.
- 18th-19th June 2020: Keynote Speaker, BioTech Pharma Summit, CBB 2020, Portugal.
- 24th-25th Sept 2020: Guest Speaker, Biotechnology Business Workshop, British Embassy & Biotech Atelier Sofia.
- 8th-9th October 2020: Keynote Speaker, Global Engage, Liquid Biopsies Conference, London.
- 13th-14th February 2019: Keynote Speaker Companion Diagnostics & Biomarkers Conference 2019
- 13th-15th March 2019: Speaker, Intergovernmental meeting in Bulgaria
- 10th -11th October 2019: Chair and Speaker, Immuno-oncology, London (http://www.giiconference.com/gel745785/)
- 13th-14th September 2018: Speaker, 5th Precision Medicine & Biomarkers Leaders’ Summit, Munich & Chair of Roundtable on Personalised Medicine & Adverse Events (http://www.giiconference.com/gel560004/catalog.pdf?1528437050).
o 9th March 2020: Prof. Cahill invited to speak on the panel ‘A View from the Top: UCD Medicine Female Professors in Conversation’ to mark International Women’s Day 2020 (https://www.ucd.ie/medicine/whatson/title,485524,en.html)
o 17th-21st September 2017: HUPO2017: Human Proteome Organising (HUPO) Committee Member. The Annual HUPO World meeting was held in Dublin. UCD Prof. Stephen Pennington was Conference Chair. Prof. Cahill was HUPO 2017 Chief Financial Officer (http://hupo2017.ie/?team=prof-dr-dolores-cahill) & had over 1300 attendees with 90% from outside Ireland. Total budget € 1,300,000 & small profit made was returned to the sponsor, British Proteome Society. USA Vice-President (http://hupo2017.ie/news-2/) launched Global Cancer Moonshot at Conference Gala dinner.

Selected Peer Reviewed Publications:

· Medical Errors & Adverse Events: leading cause of death and disease burden. Cahill, Dolores (2018) Health Europa: 7:42-43. (http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/html5/reader/production/default.aspx?pubname=&edid=73e202a8-1e25-4d2e-afc3-1cd95c26e5ae)
·Anti-ribosomal-phosphoprotein autoantibodies penetrate to neuronal cells via neuronal growth associated protein (GAP43), affecting neuronal cells in-vitro. Kivity, Shaye; Shoenfeld, Yehuda; Arango, Maria Terresa; Cahill, Dolores J; O’Kane, Sara Louise; Zusev, Margalit; Slutsky, Inna; Harel-Meir, Michal; Chapman, Joab; Mathias, Torsten; Blank, Miri. (2017) Rheumatology RHE-15-1025.
· Ligand-directed targeting of lymphatic vessels uncovers mechanistic insights in melanoma metastasis D. R. Christiansona, A. S. Dobroffb, B. Pronetha,A. J. Zuritad, A. Salameha, et al., D. J. Cahill, J. E. Gershenwaldg, R. L. Sidmanj, Wadih Arap, R. Pasqualini (2015) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences PNAS USA 2015 Feb 6. pii: 201424994. PMID: 25659743 www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1424994112.
· Highly sensitive toxin microarray assay to improve Aflatoxin B1 detection in food. Beizaei A, O’ Kane SL, Kamkar A, Misaghi A, Henehan G, Cahill DJ. (2015) Food Chemistry Vol 57: 210–215 DOI:10.1016/j.foodcont.2015.03.039.
·The Functional Bionano Interface–Mapping the Interactions at the Interface Between the Hard and Soft Protein Corona. O’Connell DJ, Baldelli Bombelli F, Cahill DJ and Dawson KA. (2014) Nanoscale: Sept 1: DOI: 10.1039/c5nr01970b
·Epitope presentation is an important determinant of the utility of antigens identified from protein arrays in the development of autoantibody diagnostic assays. Murphy MA, O’Connell DJ, O’Kane SL, O’Brien JK, O’Toole S, Martin C, Sheils O, O’Leary JJ, Cahill DJ. Journal Proteomics. (2013) 75(15):4668-75. PMID: 22415278.
· Vascular ligand-receptor mapping by direct combinatorial selection in cancer patients. Staquicini FI, Cardó-Vila M, Kolonin MG, Trepel M, Edwards JK, Nunes DN, Sergeeva A, Efstathiou E, Sun J, Almeida NF, Tu SM, Botz GH, Wallace MJ, O’Connell DJ, Krajewski S, Gershenwald JE, Molldrem JJ, Flamm AL, Koivunen E, Pentz RD, Dias-Neto E, Setubal JC, Cahill DJ, Troncoso P, Do KA, Logothetis CJ, Sidman RL, Pasqualini R, Arap W. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2012) 108(46):18637-42. PMID: 22049339.
·Assessment of the humoral immune response to cancer. Murphy MA, O’Leary JJ, Cahill DJ.
Journal Proteomics. (2012) 3;75(15):4573-9. PMID: 22300580.
· Proteomic analysis & discovery using affinity proteomics and mass spectrometry. Olsson N, Wingren C, Mattsson M, James P, O’Connell D, Nilsson F, Cahill DJ, Borrebaeck CA. Mol Cell Proteomics. (2011) 10(10):M110.003962. PMID: 21673276.
· Optimized autoantibody profiling on protein arrays. O’Kane SL, O’Brien JK, Cahill DJ.
Methods Mol Biol. (2011) 785:331-41. PMID: 21901610.
· Probing calmodulin protein-protein interactions using high-content protein arrays. O’Connell DJ, Bauer M, Linse S, Cahill DJ. Methods Mol Biol. (2011) 785:289-303. PMID: 21901608.
· Protein networks involved in vesicle fusion, transport, and storage revealed by array-based proteomics.
Bauer M, Maj M, Wagner L, Cahill DJ, Linse S, O’Connell DJ. Methods Mol Biol. (2011) 781:47-58. PMID: 21877276.
· Identification of a high-affinity network of secretagogin-binding proteins involved in vesicle secretion. Bauer MC, O’Connell DJ, Maj M, Wagner L, Cahill DJ, Linse S. Mol Biosyst. (2011) Jul;7(7):2196-204. PMID: 21528130
· Drug profiling: knowing where it hits. Merino A, Bronowska AK, Jackson DB, Cahill DJ.
Drug Discovery Today. (2010) Sep;15(17-18):749-56. Epub 2010 Jun 18. PMID: 20601095.
·Integrated protein array screening and high throughput validation of 70 novel neural calmodulin-binding proteins. O’Connell DJ, Bauer MC, O’Brien J, Johnson WM, Divizio CA, O’Kane SL, Berggård T, Merino A, Akerfeldt KS, Linse S, Cahill DJ. Mol Cell Proteomics. (2010) Jun;9(6):1118-32. Epub 2010 Jan 12. PMID: 20068228.
·Diagnostic and prognostic biomarker discovery strategies for autoimmune disorders.
Gibson DS, Banha J, Penque D, Costa L, Conrads TP, Cahill DJ, O’Brien JK, Rooney ME.
Journal Proteomics. (2010) Apr 18;73(6):1045-60. Epub 2009 Dec 5. Review. PMID: 19995622.
· Calmodulin binding to the polybasic C-termini of STIM proteins involved in store-operated calcium entry.
Bauer MC, O’Connell D, Cahill DJ, Linse S. Biochemistry. (2008) Jun 10;47(23):6089-91. PMID: 18484746.
·ProteomeBinders: planning a European resource of affinity reagents for analysis of the human proteome.
Taussig MJ, Stoevesandt O, Borrebaeck CA, Bradbury AR, Cahill D, et al., Skerra A, Templin M, Ueffing M, Uhlén M.
Nature Methods. (2007) Jan;4(1):13-7. PMID: 17195019.
· Profiling humoral autoimmune repertoire of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) patients and development of a disease-associated protein chip. Horn S, Lueking A, Murphy D, Staudt A, Gutjahr C, Schulte K, König A, Landsberger M, Lehrach H, Felix SB, Cahill DJ. Proteomics. (2006) Jan;6(2):605-13. PMID: 16419013.
· High throughput identification of potential Arabidopsis mitogen-activated protein kinases substrates. Feilner T, Hultschig C, Lee J, Meyer S, Immink RG, Koenig A, Possling A, Seitz H, Beveridge A, Scheel D, Cahill DJ, Lehrach H, Kreutzberger J, Kersten B. Mol Cell Proteomics. (2005) Oct;4(10):1558-68. Epub 2005 Jul 11. PMID: 16009969.
· Profiling of alopecia areata autoantigens based on protein microarray technology. Lueking A, Huber O, Wirths C, Schulte K, Stieler KM, Blume-Peytavi U, Kowald A, Hensel-Wiegel K, Tauber R, Lehrach H, Meyer HE, Cahill DJ. Mol Cell Proteomics. (2005) Sep;4(9):1382-90. Epub 2005 Jun 6. PMID: 15939964.
· Protein biochips: A new & versatile platform technology for molecular medicine. Lueking A, Cahill DJ, Müllner S. Drug Discov Today. (2005) Jun 1;10(11):789-94. Review. PMID: 15922937.
· Bacterial protein microarrays for identification of new potential diagnostic markers for Neisseria meningitidis infections. Steller S, Angenendt P, Cahill DJ, Heuberger S, Lehrach H, Kreutzberger Journal Proteomics (2005)5(8):2048-55. PMID:15852346.
· ICln, a novel integrin alphaIIbbeta3-associated protein, functionally regulates platelet activation. Larkin D, Murphy D, Reilly DF, Cahill M, Sattler E, Harriott P, Cahill DJ, Moran N. J Biological Chemistry (2004) Jun 25;279(26):27286-93. PMID: 15075326.
· Cell-free protein expression and functional assay in nanowell chip format. Angenendt P, Nyarsik L, Szaflarski W, Glökler J, Nierhaus KH, Lehrach H, Cahill DJ, Lueking A. Analytical Chemistry (2004) Apr 1;76(7):1844-9. PMID: 15053642.
· 3D protein microarrays: performing multiplex immunoassays on a single chip. Angenendt P, Glökler J, Konthur Z, Lehrach H, Cahill DJ. Analytical Chemistry (2003) Sep 1;75(17):4368-72. PMID: 14632038.
· Characterization of the proteins released from activated platelets leads to localization of novel platelet proteins in human atherosclerotic lesions. Coppinger JA, Cagney G, Toomey S, Kislinger T, Belton O, McRedmond JP, Cahill DJ, Emili A, Fitzgerald DJ, Maguire PB. Blood. (2004) Mar 15;103(6):2096-104. Epub 2003 Nov 20. PMID: 14630798.
· A nonredundant human protein chip for antibody screening and serum profiling. Lueking A, Possling A, Huber O, Beveridge A, Horn M, Eickhoff H, Schuchardt J, Lehrach H, Cahill DJ. Mol Cell Proteomics. (2003) Dec;2(12):1342-9. PMID: 14517340.
· Next generation of protein microarray support materials: evaluation for protein and antibody microarray applications. Angenendt P, Glökler J, Sobek J, Lehrach H, Cahill DJ. J Chromatography A. (2003) 15;1009(1-2):97-104. PMID: 13677649.
· A dual-expression vector allowing expression in E. coli and P. pastoris, including new modifications. Lueking A, Horn S, Lehrach H, Cahill DJ. Methods Molecular Biology (2003) 205:31-42. PMID: 12491878.
· Toward optimized antibody microarrays: a comparison of current microarray support materials. Angenendt P, Glökler J, Murphy D, Lehrach H, Cahill DJ. Analytical Biochemistry (2002) Oct 15;309(2):253-60. PMID: 12413459.
· Generation of minimal protein identifiers of proteins from two-dimensional gels & recombinant proteins. Schmidt F, Lueking A, Nordhoff E, Gobom J, Klose J, Seitz H, Egelhofer V, Eickhoff H, Lehrach H, Cahill DJ. Electrophoresis (2002) Feb;23(4):621-5. PMID:11870774.
· Steps toward mapping the human vasculature by phage display. Arap W, Kolonin MG, Trepel M, et al., Cahill D, Troncoso P et al., Do KA, Logothetis CJ, Pasqualini R. Nature Medicine (2002) Feb;8(2):121-7. PMID: 11821895.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN APPOINTMENTS
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University College Dublin, School of Medicine, Dublin 4, Ireland1 Oct 2010
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Trinity College Dublin
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138 posted on 07/19/2021 1:55:54 PM PDT by Captain7seas (Don't resist, after all you will get a free shower.)
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To: Berosus
If Trump is for the vaccines, shouldn’t liberals be against them?

It means he still has poor advisors.

139 posted on 07/19/2021 2:31:03 PM PDT by itsahoot (Many Republicans are secretly Democrats, no Democrats are secretly Republicans. Dan Bongino.)
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To: bgill

Well, you’re a normal person, who can disagree with a policy without wigging out completely for every ideological infraction.


140 posted on 07/20/2021 8:14:41 AM PDT by JewishRighter
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