THE CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN APPLIED MICROCIRCULATORY RESEARCH

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The Center for Applied Microcirculatory Research (CAMR) provides a program to develop microcirculation science into Medical Microcirculation as a new applied health care field. The CAMR program involves multidisciplinary teams of internationally recognized clinicians, basic medical scientists and engineers who are working to determine new microvascular indices of disease, to develop new and unique human microvascular measurements, clinical protocols and procedures, and to discover new physiological mechanisms as a basis for microcirculatory diagnostics in human medicine.


What's new?

Seminars       Personnel      Grants     Publications  Positions      


Who's who?

Director:       Frederick N. Miller, Ph.D.


Interest Groups

Biomedical Engineering ImmunologyAnalytical Methods
Cardiovascular Systems Medical Imaging
Vascular Clinical Applications Vascular Smooth Muscle
Microvascular Cell and Molecular Biology Hemorheology

 

Faculty

Nancy L. Alsip, Ph.D.

Patrick D. Harris, Ph.D.
William Ehringer, Ph.D. Dale A. Schuschke, Ph.D.

 

Research Scientists
Paul J. Matheson, Ph.D.

Wei-Zhong Wang, M.D.

 

Associates

 


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