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Joshua W Lampe, Ph.D.

Joshua W Lampe, Ph.D.

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Research Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Department: Emergency Medicine

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Suite 6026
3501 Civic Center Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-898-4960
Fax: 215-746-1224
Lab: 267-425-0052
Education:
BA (History)
Tulane University, 1998.
BS (Mechanical Engineering)
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2003.
Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering)
University of Pennsylvania, 2007.
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Selected Publications

Kim Junhwan, Lampe Joshua W, Yin Tai, Shinozaki Koichiro, Becker Lance B: Phospholipid alterations in the brain and heart in a rat model of asphyxia-induced cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary bypass resuscitation. Molecular and cellular biochemistry Jul 2015.

Jang David H, Lampe Joshua W, Becker Lance B: The Potential Application of Mitochondrial Medicine in Toxicologic Poisoning. Journal of medical toxicology : official journal of the American College of Medical Toxicology 11(2): 201-7, Jun 2015.

Shinozaki Koichiro, Lampe Joshua W, Wang Chih-Hsien, Yin Tai, Kim Junhwan, Oda Shigeto, Hirasawa Hiroyuki, Becker Lance B: Developing dual hemofiltration plus cardiopulmonary bypass in rodents. The Journal of surgical research 195(1): 196-203, May 2015.

Sutton Robert M, Friess Stuart H, Naim Maryam Y, Lampe Joshua W, Bratinov George, Weiland Theodore R, Garuccio Mia, Nadkarni Vinay M, Becker Lance B, Berg Robert A: Patient-centric blood pressure-targeted cardiopulmonary resuscitation improves survival from cardiac arrest. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine 190(11): 1255-62, Dec 2014.

Joshua W Lampe, Tai Yin, George Bratinov, Theodore Weiland, Christopher L Kaufman, Lance B Becker: Importance of Chest Compression Release and Its Interaction With Depth for Improving Blood Flows and Pressures During CPR. Circulation November 2014 Notes: Selected as finalist for Cournand and Comroe Young Investigator prize.

R.S. Sutton, S.H. Friess, M.Y. Naim, J.W. Lampe, G. Bratinov, T.R. Weiland, M. Garuccio, V.M Nadkarni, L.B. Becker, R.A. Berg: Patient-Centric Blood Pressure Targeted CPR Improves Survival from Cardiac Arrest. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. American Thoracic Society, 190(10), 2014 Notes: DOI: 10.1164/rccm.201407-1343OC.

Kim Junhwan, Yin Tai, Yin Ming, Zhang Wei, Shinozaki Koichiro, Selak Mary A, Pappan Kirk L, Lampe Joshua W, Becker Lance B: Examination of physiological function and biochemical disorders in a rat model of prolonged asphyxia-induced cardiac arrest followed by cardio pulmonary bypass resuscitation. PloS one 9(11): e112012, 2014.

Joshua Lampe, George Bratinov, Theodore Weiland, Josiah D. Garcia, Lance B. Becker: Temperature Distribution During Hypothermia Induction Depends on Cooling Method and Blood Flow. Ressuscitation Science Symposium November 2013.

Joshua W. Lampe, Mary A. Selak, Tong Da, Wei Zhang, Ming Yin, Chih-Hsien Wang, Meagan J. McManus, Douglas C. Wallace, Lance B. Becker: Impaired Mitochondrial Function Following the Metabolic Phase of Cardiac Arrest And Resuscitation: Differences In Tissue Vulnerability, Site And Severity Of Dysfunction. Resuscitation Science Symposium November 2013.

Joshua W. Lampe, George Bratinov, Theodore Weiland, Josiah D. Garcia, Uday Illindala, Lance B. Becker: High Volume Femoral Vein Infusion Significantly Increases EtCO2 During Prolonged CPR. Resuscitation Science Symposium November 2013.

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Last updated: 07/17/2015
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