James D. Ross, Ph.D., DAF: Aortic Occlusion Systems: Potentially Powerful Tools, Significant Risk? – 9/25

James D. Ross, Ph.D., DAF, Air Force Medical Service and Director of the Air Force Trauma and Resuscitation Research Program, Joint Base San Antonio – Lackland, will present his talk, “Aortic Occlusion Systems: Potentially Powerful Tools, Significant Risk?” on Thursday, Sept 25th, 4 p.m., Mackenzie Hall 3198.

Dr. Ross is a translational science expert in trauma and hemorrhage. He joined the Naval Medical Research Unit, San Antonio in 2010 as a Senior Research Physiologist for Combat Casualty Care and eventually became the Deputy Department Head of the CCC Research Program. In 2012, Dr. Ross was selected as the GS-15 Director of Trauma and Clinical Care Research for the 59th Medical Wing at the Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center and the Battlefield Health and Trauma Research Institute.

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