Items in this collection are public presentations made by Department of Surgery faculty, staff, and students, either alone or as co-authors, and which may or may not have been published in an alternate format. Items may contain more than one file type.

Recent Submissions

  • Research in motion 

    Bal, B. Sonny (2010-03)
    Orthopaedic disorders of the major joints, specifically, osteoarthritis of the hip and knee joints have an enormous economic and functional impact on our society, affecting millions of patients every day. In the late 1960s ...
  • Do patients with craniosynostosis have increased incidence of auditory neuropathy newborns? [abstract] 

    Scheele, Jessica (2010-02)
    Objective: To investigate the incidence of , abnormal auditory brainstem response (ABR) with normal otoacoustic emissions, in newborn patients with craniosynostosis as compared to published standards. Design: A retrospective ...
  • Do Patients with Craniosynostosis Have an Increased Incidence of Auditory Neuropathy as Newborns? 

    Scheele, Jessica; Hubbard, Bradley A.; Rice, Gale B.; Muzaffar, Arshad R. (2010-02)
    OBJECTIVE: To investigate the incidence of auditory neuropathy, abnormal auditory brainstem response (ABR) with normal otoacoustic emissions, in newborn patients with craniosynostosis as compared to published standards. ...
  • MU Biodesign and Innovation Program 

    Dale, Paul S.; Jahnsen, M.; Hays, W.; Rone, Rebecca (2010-02)
    The MU Biodesign and Innovation Program (MUBIP) centers its efforts off two tiers: (1) formal educational training through a biodesign and innovation fellowship and (2) interdisciplinary faculty collaboration. The Department ...
  • Training Tomorrows Entrepreneurs Today 

    Dale, Paul S.; Jahnsen, M.; McGowan, D.; Scheller, G. (2010-02)
    The MU Biodesign and Innovation Program (MUBIP) is focused on improving health care through invention and implementation of new medical technologies. The focus of the program is formal educational training of three fellows ...