Professor of Medicine University of Maryland School of Medicine Medical Director, Multi-Trauma Critical Care Unit R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center
R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, Room T4R43
Education and Training
1984 American University - Plymouth Montserrat
University of Southern California, Queen of Angels Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
Temple University/Conemaugh Valley Medical Center, Philadelphia & Johnstown, PA
1984 - Transitional Medicine
1985-1988 Temple University/Conemaugh Valley Medical Center, Philadelphia & Johnstown, PA
Residency Internal Medicine
1988-1990 Wayne State University - Detroit Medical Center, Detroit, Michigan
Fellowship Critical Care Medicine
1990-1991 University of Utah Medical Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Fellowship Pulmonary Disease
1991-1992 University of Maryland, Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Service Systems, (M.I.E.M.S.S.) Baltimore, MD
Senior Research Fellowship Critical Care Medicine/Extracorporeal Circulation
1992-1993 Junior Attending Staff, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services (M.I.E.M.S.S.), Baltimore, Maryland
1991 University of Milan, Institute of Anesthesiology, Milan, Italy
Extracorporeal CO2 removal in adult ARDS
Professor of Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Attending Physician and Medical Director of the Multi-trauma Critical Care Unit and the Clinical Medical Director of the Respiratory Therapy Department at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, MD. Additionally, serves as the Medical Director of Maryland’s Organ Procurement Organization [The Living Legacy Foundation] and Medical Director of Clinical Services for the Los Angeles, California, Organ Procurement Organization [One Legacy].
Maintains an active clinical and research interest in mechanical ventilation with a particular focus on ARDS and the application of a Time Controlled Adaptive Ventilation strategy using APRV to prevent ARDS. Participates in laboratory studies at Upstate Syracuse University of New York Medical Center and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Board certified in internal medicine, critical care medicine, pulmonary medicine and neuro critical care medicine.
acute respiratory failure, ARDS, acute respiratory distress syndrome, APRV, airway pressure release ventilation, critical care medicine
- Andrews P, Shiber J, Jaruga-Killeen E, Roy S, Sadowitz B, O’Toole R, Gatto L, Nieman G, Scalea T, Habashi N. “Early application of airway pressure release ventilation may reduce mortality in high-risk trauma patients: A systematic review of observational trauma ARDS literature.” J Trauma Acute Care Surg, 2013; 75(4):635-641.
- Jain S, Kollisch-Singule M, Statalin J, Searles Q, Dombert L, Abdel-Razek O, Yepuri N, Leonard A, Gruessner A, Andrews P, Fazal F, Meng Q, Wang G, Gatto L, Habashi N, Nieman G. The role of high airway pressure and dynamic strain on ventilator-induced lung injury in a heterogeneous acute lung injury model. Inten Care Med Exp 2017;5:25.
- Nieman G, Satalin J, Andrews P, Aiash H, Habashi N, Gatto L. Personalizing mechanical ventilation according to physiologic parameters to stabilize alveoli and minimize ventilator induced lung injury (VILI). Inten Care Med Exp 2017;5:8
- Nieman G, Satalin J, Kollisch-Singule M, Andrews P, Aiash H, Habashi N, Gatto L. Physiology in Medicine: Understanding Dynamic Alveolar Physiology to Minimize Ventilator Induced Lung Injury (VILI). J Appl Physiol 2017;122:1516-1522.
- Kollisch-Singule M, Jain S, Andrews P, Satalin J, Gatto L, Villar J, DeBacker D, Gattinoni L, Nieman G, Habashi N. Looking beyond macro-ventilatory parameters and re-thinking ventilator-induced lung injury. J Appl Physiol 2017;article in press (JAPPL-00412-2017R2).