Newswise — As a Summer Olympics in Rio continue this week, Penn Medicine physicians and scientists are accessible for criticism on a accumulation of topics relating to health and damage issues—ranging from Zika pathogen and H2O peculiarity to a effects of opening enhancing drugs, cardiac arrest, conduct mishap and more.
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Topics Penn Medicine Experts
Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Injuries
**Additional specialized experts accessible on request
Brian Sennett, MD, Director of Sports Medicine
Samir Mehta, MD, Chief of a Division of Orthopaedic Trauma. Treats patients pang from dire orthopaedic injuries, including many impassioned sports athletes (rock climbers, towering biking and BMX etc).
James Carey, MD, Director, Penn Center for Cartilage Repair and Osteochondritis Dissecans Treatment. Specializes in treating sports injuries and leads one of usually a few cartilage correct centers in a nation.
Wen Chao, MD Keith Wapner, MD, Kate O’Connor, MD Foot and Ankle surgeons during Pennsylvania Hospital. Chao serves as feet and ankle surgeon to a Pennsylvania Ballet. Dr. Wapner is President of a American Academy of Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
Ellen Casey, MD, Research executive for Women’s Sports Medicine Program, and an partner highbrow of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Has an seductiveness in gymnastics.
-Flu (seasonal novel strains)
-Vaccinations and illness prevention
– Waterborne diseases
Neil Fishman, MD, University of Pennsylvania Health System associate arch medical officer, authority of CDC’s Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee
Todd Barton, MD, an associate highbrow of Clinical Medicine
Stephen Gluckman, MD, medical executive Penn Global Medicine and highbrow of Infectious Diseases, His imagination includes transport medicine, general medicine and pleasant diseases.
Sara Cherry, PhD, an associate highbrow of Microbiology, who studies a series of arthropod-borne (mosquitoes, ticks, sandflies) RNA viruses, including a flaviviruses West Nile pathogen and dengue (the same family in that Zika pathogen is a member).
Jack Ludmir, MD, a highbrow of Obstetrics Gynecology, is an obstetrician who spent time in Colombia treating patients with a Zika virus. He is now operative with Colombian obstetricians and authorities to assistance rise discipline formed on stream believe for a caring of patients with a virus.
– Head/Neck Injury
– Spinal Injury
M. Sean Grady, MD, Charles Harrison Frazier Professor of Neurosurgery and Chair of a Department of Neurosurgery
Douglas Smith, MD, Professor of Neurosurgery and Director of a Penn Center for Brain Injury and Repair
– Heart Rhythm problems
– Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Frank Marchlinski, MD, Director of Electrophysiology
David Callans, MD, Associate Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology
Gregory E. Supple, MD, FACC, FHRS, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Benjamin Abella, MD, Vice Chair of a dialect of Emergency Medicine and Clinical Research Director, Center for Resuscitation Science
Anti-Doping Muscle Physiology
Tejvir S. Khurana, MD, PhD, associate highbrow of Physiology.
He took investigate mice to within 1,000 feet of a limit of Mount Everest to investigate how a mammal’s physiology changes when unprotected to low-oxygen conditions during impassioned altitude.
Mitch Lazar, MD, PhD, arch of a multiplication of Endocrinology, Diabetes Metabolism and Director of a Institute for Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism.
Mark Schutta, MD, Director of a Penn Rodebaugh Diabetes Center
– Performance Anxiety
– Mental Preparedness
– Eating Disorders
Michael E. Thase, MD, Director of a Penn Mood and Anxiety Program
Corey F. Newman, PhD, a highbrow of Psychology; Director of a Center for Cognitive Therapy, exerts in sports psychology
Thomas Wadden, PhD, Director of Weight Eating Disorders
– Illness impediment
– Vaccinations for transport
– Motion sickness, jet lag, altitude sickness
– International illness surveillance
Suzanne Shepherd, MD, Director of Education Research, PENN Travel Medicine, associate highbrow of Emergency Medicine
Stephen J. Gluckman, MD, medical executive of Penn Global Medicine, highbrow of Infectious Diseases
– Time Change/Jet Lag
– Sleep Deprivation
– Sleep and Athletic Performance
Allan Pack, MD, PhD, arch of a Division of Sleep Medicine and Director of a Center for Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology
David F. Dinges, PhD, highbrow of Psychiatry and chief, multiplication of Sleep and Chronobiology
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