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ARC3

Advanced Resuscitation in Combat Casualty Care Laboratory

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The Advanced Resuscitation in Combat Casualty Care (ARC3) Laboratory is a collaborative effort with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to support operationally relevant research. Our mission is supported through infrastructure.

Lab space, and collaborative relationships to promote the integration of military and civilian personnel and we strive to foster future operational clinicians and researchers. We specialize in austere critical care, combat casualty care, and military and prehospital relevant research. 


Researchers

Primary Investigator

Elizabeth Powell

Elizabeth K. Powell, MD
Assistant Professor
Emergency Medicine and Surgery

Co-Primary Investigators

Col. Bruce Lynch

Colonel Bruce Andrew Lynch, MD
Director, C-STARS Baltimore

Col Bruce Lynch is the Director of the Air Force Center for Sustainment of Trauma and Readiness Skills-Baltimore, US Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, 711 Human Performance Wing, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. He directs the largest Military-Civilian medical partnership in the Air Force.  He and his staff of 35 active-duty members and civilians are responsible for the pre-deployment medical training of over 500 airmen annually.

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Jody Cantu, PhD
AFRL ERC PAL

Galvagno_Sam

Samuel M. Galvagno Jr., D.O., Ph.D., M.S., M.B.A., F.C.C.M.
Professor, Interim Chair of Anesthesia
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Dr. Galvagno's research goal is to coordinate, develop, and lead efforts to advance the science of critical care, combining regional applications with a global perspective, through the cultivation of a versatile and robust research methodology. He has secondary interests in patient monitoring, resuscitation, safety & quality improvement in the intensive care unit, and medical education. He has authored over 120 peer-reviewed papers and has authored several textbooks and textbook chapters. He has received funding from the NIH and DoD.

Dr. Galvagno's Faculty Profile

Lab Members

Please check back soon. If you're interested in learning more, or joining our team, email Elizabeth Powell.


Latest News

We are in the process of completing a lab space renovation (complete July, 2024) so that our space aligns with and supports our mission and vision. Please check back soon for updates!