Breathalyzers have been used for decades to measure the amount of alcohol on breath, but what if they were able to detect illness? Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a new point-of-care device that can diagnose life-threatening lung diseases using just a patient’s breath.
The Joyce Massey TBI Summit brings together leading TBI experts from across the country to present their current research, discuss the future of the field and identify important barriers to improving TBI outcomes.
Thanks to funding from the U-M Global REACH Partnership Development Program, MCIRCC welcomed several doctors from the University of Sao Paulo (USP) last month. Over the course of the week, USP and U-M researchers discussed the future of sepsis research and how the two institutions could collaborate to innovate treatment and care.
We know funding is a top priority for MCIRCC members. To make it easier to find new opportunities, our Proposal Development Unit has launched a comprehensive database of critical care opportunities for members.
When Kevin Ward, MD, first pitched his idea for a new method of aortic occlusion more than twenty years ago, the Department of Defense was less than interested. In fact, they weren’t even sure it was possible.