Trauma, Emergency Surgery, and Surgical Critical Care Division Research

The Division’s faculty is committed to the advancement scientific knowledge to improve patient care. Our faculty’s research interests include injury response to various forms of trauma, shock hypoxia and inflammation, vascular perfusion techniques in tissue-engineered constructs and burn injuries, and cholinergic regulation of lethal abdominal hemorrhage.

The investigations conducted by our faculty, residents, and fellows are performed at both the clinical and basic science/translational level and have culminated in a number of global presentations and publications. In addition, the faculty have participated in writing textbooks and portions of the textbooks in the fields of general surgery, acute care surgery, trauma, critical care, and burns.

Our faculty’s publications demonstrate their high level of accomplishment as physician-scientists committed to advancing scientific knowledge to improve patient care. They also demonstrate our contribution to the best ideas in medicine that define Stony Brook Medicine.

The Division also provides patients with the opportunity to participate in clinical trials that offer them the only local access to newly developed treatment options.

For more information about our current clinical trials, please email our department research coordinator Andreea Fodor, PhD, or call her at 631-444-8333.