Research & Publications
As a researcher, she has successfully developed and implemented numerous interdepartmental and inter-institutional research collaborations. This is evident by her impressive and sustained record of peer reviewed findings. Ultimately, she strives to investigate optimal approaches to patient care with the goal of improving quality of care and patient outcome, as well as protect PTS from therapies that are not beneficial. Her research has focused primarily on critical care topics, ranging from nitric oxide, sepsis, sedation, acute lung injury and subarachnoid hemorrhage. Many of her ideas originate from clinical problems and gaps in knowledge encountered at the patient’s bedside. Her approach has been to start with a systematic investigation of problem with study designs ranging from meta-analysis to the planning of clinical trials to generate support for evidence-based recommendations. Her expertise in Epidemiology is a great asset during all phases of her research activities from the planning, design, analysis, interpretation and writing of our work.
Anesthesiology; Critical Care; Epidemiology; Perioperative Care